Saddlehorn slipjoint

Discussion in 'Folding Knives Forum' started by Craig, Feb 6, 2017.

  1. Craig


    I made this one for a tutorial last year. 3 1/2 inches closed CPM154 blade and spring integral 416 liners and bolsters with some bone I dyed and jigged.

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    Last edited: Jul 1, 2017
  2. John Wilson

    John Wilson Well-Known Member

    wow! every detail looks perfect!
  3. Don Robinson

    Don Robinson Well-Known Member

  4. Dennis Morland

    Dennis Morland KNIFE MAKER

    I enjoy opening your new threads. Very nice slippie!

  5. BrandantR

    BrandantR Well-Known Member

    A nice classic knife done beautifully. Truly a great knife.
  6. Smallshop

    Smallshop KNIFE MAKER

    Beautiful knife!
  7. dan van

    dan van Well-Known Member

    Great knife, I am impressed the jigged bone you did Dan
  8. CAJones

    CAJones Well-Known Member

    That knife is gorgeous!

  9. dantedquist

    dantedquist New Member

    That knife is beautiful. Would you have a link to the tutorial?

    Dan T
  10. Craig


  11. Justin Presson

    Justin Presson Well-Known Member

    Well done I echo what said above, love it and great tutorial!

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  12. KCorn

    KCorn Well-Known Member

    Hey Craig! Beautiful knife as usual! Thanks for the tutorial as well. What size end mill do you use to mill your relief in the liners? Thanks again!
  13. Craig


    For the relief at the pivot I use a 1/2 inch or 5/8 inch depending on the size of the knife. Carbide with a .030 radius edge.
  14. jeffsaul

    jeffsaul Well-Known Member

    Beauty Craig, nice to see something new from you, it's been way to long!

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