I polish the blade some by hand, but since I'm not selling the knives I dont spend a whole lot of time on them.backlashingcooger said:Nice shape to the blade...if you will invest in another set of polishing wheels to be able to put a mirror finish on it it will look awesome...something about that shiney blade that really sets off a custom knife.Lot of time but worth it in the end.
Glad you like it! Let me know when you want to hook up!Rack Ranch said:WOW!! this one slipped by me..VERY NICE work bro..Of course I'll still trade..I've got some picked out for you alraedy but I think I'll need to throw a bottle of Crown in on the deal.. Can't wait to make the trade..Walker
Hunter4life used his to clean his first bow kill, so I guess they hold up pretty good, I only use the non carbide tipped saw blades, the kind that can be sharpened. It feels sharps, but please understand if I don't shave hair on my arm with itTrouthunter said:Way cool George...is it sharp? Hold an edge?
Designwise....the possibilities are endless, basically only limited by imagination and skill:wink: . If your like me i've rarely found the "perfect" knife, there has alway been at least one thing I didn't like about it or I would change. For example a friend likes a small bladed skinner, but all the ones he found had a small handle, he has a large hand, so I built one with a small blade and a large comfortable handle, nothing fancy, just useful.Trouthunter said:Way cool. I'm a knife junky lol.