Modifications?

mack1

Howlin' Wolf
OK! Since rehandling is considered modifications, here are some of the Barkies I've done for Members over on KF.

Being disabled, it gives me something to fill the time on my hands, and helps offset supply costs. cool 1
Besides, I really enjoy doing it. 2thumbs
 

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mack1

Howlin' Wolf
Here's a Canadian Camp Knife that gave me problems. :unsure:
My first time using a double stack of spacers screwed up my measurements so, for the first time, I made bolsters to compensate for my mistake.
 

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mack1

Howlin' Wolf
Thanks everybody.

oldways was pleased with the results of this Barkie of his.
Stabilized End Grain Olivewood.

I appreciate the opportunity people give me to dress up their knives. 2thumbs
 

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mack1

Howlin' Wolf
I must admit, the owner of that Canadian Camp(1Sharpknife2) has kept me busy.
Not that I'm complaining.:D

Here's a few more of his.
Bark River:
Canadian Special / Scout / and one I'm really proud of, Copperhead.
He supplied the wood for all except the Canadian Special.
And, for the Copperhead, he asked me for one "unlike any other".
I think he got that. cool 1
 

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mack1

Howlin' Wolf
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Here's a couple older Barkies, and a Mini Canadian, for a friend in Nevada.
All done in a 3 Scale Set of Desert Ironwood Burl from ADI.
 
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