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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Hack, Nov 7, 2016.
You can do a lot with it and its very durable. You can even make your own at home.
Here's one I made with Canvas Micarta. A friend I made it for has been using it to skin out deer for 5 years!
I like it.
Was in AK this spring visiting my youngest; the eldest surprised Mom by showing up, too. He got a wild hair about wanting to make a knife while he was there (guess they don't do that in HI) and was pestering his brother about it. Young one says "I guess I could see if I could find someone who'd sell us some blanks, but I dunno...."
Elder: "Why? What's the problem?"
"Man, the knife nuts are f***ing crazier than the gun nuts!" (He doesn't count as a gun nut up there; only has 7)
Nice knives, gentlemen.
I'm in Oklahoma, 7 doesnt even count for below average.
I finished my first knife that only I touched.
The handle material is "Pasture Wood", that is stabilized horse sh*t!
Awesome knives guys.
I have to go see if our Trade Schools here have any courses like that.
I like how it transforms from "shiv" to "knife"
Dude at work saw it and said he had to have it, so... sold my first knife!
Congrats! Did you make a profit? I mean including labor? Or just material?
Had maybe $30 in material, handed it over for $75.
I can buy more material, but I need a grinder for the house. Looking at $1500 there...
building your own house . carving a lake out on your property . raising bees . making knives now .
I like you
So, about $2/hr is your labor charge?
That handle is literally the sh... eh, forum guidelines.
I just need to quit work so I can have more time to do more stuff!
Yes, I sold horsesh*t for a profit!
Add that to your resume, and apply for a position on Gibson's marketing team.
nice job, that turned out really nice!
do not scuba dive and hold this knife in your teeth. it aint THAT stable
Use a bench grinder or make you one from a bench grinder. Will save you lots of money. Nice profit man!