Yes, I do also, kinda. Makes me wanna kick myself in the butt, for just leaving all my Forging tools and anvil just gathering dust in my shop. I need to get off my azz and build a propane forge, to start doing this kind of amazing forging. Knife looking great Stimpy!I like this thread.:bow:
Technical answer - scales are stabilized Cocabola...'buyer' request.I understand and like the design and concept. But, you definitely couldn't do that in four hours at a strange forge.:rofl::biggrin::tinfoilhat: That buffed finish will definitely highlight the damascus pattern.
What are you going to use for the scales/grip material?
Simpy, I recall that conversation and that was the reason for my little jab. No offense meant.I think I have discussed this at pains, but...
It is not my intent to make knives in four hours at a strange forge. I am not training for forged in fire...though I do intend to try to play in that sandbox. I dearly hope whatever I make on that show is a pale shadow of what I send to anyone I truly attempt to make a knife for.
That made me LOL.Simpy, I recall that conversation and that was the reason for my little jab. No offense meant.
You are such a perfectionist; <unnecessary compliments delorted>.
Oh yes!Looks great! You can get to welding heat without a blower? I guess so.