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#198175 - 02/22/22 01:41 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage **** [Re: Windsor]
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Too bad that the pandemic has reduced this year’s “fifth season” to mainly online-events again. We are missing the best parts frown
But this way we can stay focused on these good looking knives laugh
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#198177 - 02/22/22 06:19 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Litch]
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True words, Peter!

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#198961 - 04/24/22 06:48 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Gert]
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I owe you the pics of the finished pathfinder and Trapper.

Lohmann Niolox blades, Nickel silver trimmings, Sambar stag and Birchbark handles.

I think they make a very nice set together, and the birchbark is something else.

Yesterday I have put them in the hands of a very happy customer.








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#198974 - 04/24/22 05:15 PM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Gert]
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Beautiful!
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#198985 - 04/24/22 09:37 PM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Holzinger258]
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Those are very nice. I’m sure the customer was one happy camper!
Looking forward to your next build.
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#199017 - 04/28/22 05:32 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Shoot870p]
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Works of Art for sure!
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#199023 - 04/28/22 11:44 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: coachblalock]
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Outstanding work, Gert! Really impressive.
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#199098 - 05/07/22 10:35 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Litch]
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Thank you all very much for your compliments, gentlemen!

Next up is a nr. 2 Fighting Stiletto.

Will post pictures shortly.

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#199183 - 05/24/22 09:34 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Gert]
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Well then, for the next one.

Here's a picture of the blade blank in the vise. I am filing the guidance grooves with a square file. The steel in between will later be filed away with a flat bastard file.
The guide lines for filing are clearly visible.

This knife will get a 7" Lohmann Steel Niolox blade.


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#199241 - 06/01/22 07:41 AM Re: Randall inspiration and homage [Re: Gert]
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Filing almost complete. After that, sanding to 180 and 400 grit before heat treatment.


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