Finished a woodlore clone...

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  1. mmbackpacker

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    I have had a couple of blanks I nagged Adventure Sworn to sell me for three or four years, glued them up, rough shaped them along the way... and they'd sit. Finally got around to finishing up my white corian/ red liners, brass Loveless bolts version.... not quite as clean as I'd like, but I'll use it.

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    Good work.
     
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    Whoa!!!! Nice!!! More pictures!
     
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    This is a RC6 project I have had on the back burner for a long time. One of my favorite knives meets one of my favorite combos- curly birch with red liners and brass Loveless bolts. Turned out pretty good, could have polished it up a bit more, and a couple small flaws in handle but all in all, certainly a solid usable knife that I'll use- after I figure out the sheath and throw it on the Tormek sharpener.

    I have at least three more knives that need handle finishing, another on the way, and a finished stacked birch bark handle puukko that needs a sheath... wintertime projects...


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    Awesome! Beautiful work!
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    awesome work on that RC6!!!
     

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