I have finished a Bushking. Its made of 3,2 mm 440C and is 221 mm long the blade is 112 mm long and 29 mm wide. Its handle of fod micarta and the finish is blasted.
very tactical looking, like it!
Stunning 'flow' through that. lovely Job, Seved.
Dont thank me, its what I do.
Looks a bonny knife a real user though
Avise La Fin
Just been on your website and theres some really nice looking stuff on there.
I'm liking the little short bladed utility knives with the good sized grips.
But I especially like this little number, its a beauty.
If its in you're hand you can't see the colour and if you drop it on the ground you can spot it a mile off.
Like that bright coloured handled one.
Yes i made the two with wood handles a few years back. The one to the right have curly birch handle and the one to the left have limetree masur. They are hollow ground and i think they were in 1770. Two handy little knives
The other one is a Budgethunter with orange G10. Very nice modell i think, nice lines and good grips. Steel is AEB-L
Nice work there. I am just taking my first steps in the world of knife making.
Once I have finished building the forge that is.
Have you ever made one with bright yellow scales?