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  1. Entropy762


    Now I have to get some more steel. Koa makes great scales. Jacob
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    So my Dad came over to do some shooting yesterday. He asked to use the planer he had given me. We planed these two pieces of koa. Then he says "Go ahead and keep them." WOW! He used to use this wood for his knife handles.
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    Shop Tip of the day

    That 6 inch rule with a magnet is a great idea. Thanks. Jacob
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    Finished this one up today

    Very nice. Thanks for showing this. Jacob
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    Combat abrasives?

    I ordered from them a few years ago. Just some AO belts. Seemed ok. The shipping seemed to take a long time. Jacob
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    Following along. Looks great so far. Jacob
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    Fuller scraper?

    I made a short video explaining the fullering tool I made. Jacob
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    A recently completed liner lock

    Nice. Very cool. I like the blade style. I need to get back to my folders when it warms up. Thanks for showing this. Jacob
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    Making a short sword/wakizashi build along.

    I just found this thread. Excellent. I subbed to your channel. Thanks for taking the time to share your work. Making videos can be time consuming. Jacob
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    I'm Fullered

    I know what it was. Lol. I bought a stripped lower at gun shop in upstate New York in late 1998. The a parts kit from either M&A or Model 1can't remember. I left the gun with my wife's brother(ex)when I deployed to Bosnia in 1999. I got my first 80% lower when I got back in 2000. Well a few...
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    I'm Fullered

    Clinton AWB? Never heard of it. If you get what I mean. Yep Frank Roderous put up a web site., one of the first gun building sites. Many years ago the Tannery Shop AR castings were about the only game in town. Jacob
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    I'm Fullered

    Haha. I do the same thing. Jacob
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    I'm Fullered

    A short YouTube video.Fullering Tool. Jacob
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    I'm Fullered

    Well this thread took an interesting turn. I assembled my first AR in 1998. I was stationed at Ft. Drum NY no less. My first 80% was a Tannery Shop casting in 2000. ARs have come a long way since then. I'm working on a short video about the fullering tool. Jacob
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    That gets cold there for sure. I was stationed at Ft. Drum for six years. A couple of times the base closed down because of the cold and snow! Jacob
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    I'm Fullered

    This is what I have fullered so far. Jacob
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    I'm Fullered

    I used an old file for the cutter. To use it I clamp stops where ever I want the fuller to start and stop. It had an adjustable guide so the fuller can be made at any width of the blade. After everything is set where I want it I use it by drawing it towards me. It essentially scrapes the fuller...
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    I'm Fullered

    I made a fullering tool out of some scrap aluminum and an old file. Jacob
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    "Tactical" Tomahawk Request

    Thanks guys. I do have a forge but I need to get some propane for it. After looking around I'll probably get some of the 4 inch wide 5160. Jacob
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    "Tactical" Tomahawk Request

    So one of my coworkers asked if I could make him a tactical tomahawk. Similar to the RMJ and that style. He wants the one piece style or integrated type. I don't know what steel to use. 5160 maybe. Any how where would a guy be able to find a piece of steel say 1/4"×8"×18" or so? Jacob