One of “those” purchases...

#24
Sorry for the length. It's a real sleeper if you try to watch it all at once.
I have plans to put together a couple more videos with Kieth Johnson. One will be building a lock back and the other will be a slippy. We hope to shoot them when the glacial ice here in Minnesota melts back which looks like early July.
I have gotten a few of the Ceramic Trizacts- as oppossed to the AO. I have not used yet. These Ceramics are VERY stiff and feel VERY aggressive. Any experience with these? Do they polish and work like the AO? I am worried that I got these and they will not perform the same as I have gotten used to with the traditional ones.
 

BossDog

KnifeDogs.com & USAknifemaker.com Owner
#25
I have gotten a few of the Ceramic Trizacts- as oppossed to the AO. I have not used yet. These Ceramics are VERY stiff and feel VERY aggressive. Any experience with these? Do they polish and work like the AO? I am worried that I got these and they will not perform the same as I have gotten used to with the traditional ones.
they will work differently than the engineered AO.
 

Kev

Well-Known Member
#27
A file guide for plunge lines. When I started I tried everything to make decent symmetrical plunges but always ruined them. I tried filing them with a chainsaw file but naw...not even close. Then when I tried the file guide its like magic.
I hear that. I fought and fought to get my plunge lines to match. My biggest fight was the angle. I made my own guide from A2 scrap, and you couldn’t get it from me with a buggy whip.
 
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