Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by Colton, Oct 31, 2017.
Its my thing...
Nice work !!!
Nice work man, wow.
Ive got you on insta, love your work.
Dang, excellent work. Great restorations, and awesome leather work.
Love the restorations and the leather work. Good to have a hobby and maybe make some money from what you like to do or do you just collect?
Most everything you see above was commissioned work! I have a habit of collecting as well
Love your sheaths and etched finshes!
I just re-hung this family Black Chief on its original haft. Goal was cleanup and put back into service, but I did re-profile the entire bit due to toe wear:
Not a full on restoration but had to rehang this guy due to an unfortunate event at Bushcraft.
I did tell @Patrick Rollins he could break it, so I got an 28”octagonal, hand picked boys axe handle and put this puppy on there.
Now to start the process of treating the wood with BLO (once a day for a week, once a week for a month, once a month for a year and it will be good)
Nice job! That's interested that the stamp is so high, they normally do it dead center
I bought the axe from a mom and pop hardware store in Bethune SC, never paid much attention to the stamp. They had 2 I bought both, gave one away.
I just think its cool, makes it unique