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  1. assassin's Avatar
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    #21
    Ummmm....could probably do more with that than you could with a sharp 1 ajoh!?! :D
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  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by assassin View Post
    Ummmm....could probably do more with that than you could with a sharp 1 ajoh!?! :D

    i don't doubt that for minute............you criminal LOL:D:D:D.........
  3. #23
    Ok here is where we are at, new steel billet. 1095, 3.2mmm. This is the fifth blade Ive ground today so fairly buggered and about to start the forge to harden and temper.
    Earlier this arvo. 20170214_150824.jpg

    Handle has now been profiled with jimping and file work on the spine. 20170214_164039.jpg
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    Last edited by Rhino1; 14th February 2017 at 04:54 PM.
  4. #24
    No one seemed interested in this so I just went and did it. All done and boxed up fella's. Mosaic pin, coolabah burl, buffalo leather sheath, absolutely ridiculous sharp. Good luck gentlemen. PIC_0090.jpg
    Ive been getting steel samples tested for months now and reckon Im punching out some of the toughest knives around, especially with customers dropping in so called "high end" production and custom blades to be repaired has been a real eye opener on quality for me.
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    #25
    That's a beautiful knife mate.
    Cheers, Carlos.
  6. #26
    Very nice rhino, be a very happy chap who gets that one.

    Jesse.

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  7. #27
    ooh man, that one sucks Rhino so your going to have to make another one so you better just give that one to me..............lol :D




    awesome job Rhino well done bud, i'm sure whoever gets it will be very happy(they better bloody be).............
  8. #28
    [*Windy and getting off-topic]

    I've my eye out for a skinning/fleshing work knife with a d-section swept blade profile. Something like a chefs veggie slicer that is rugged enough that it has utility as bush kit in camp. The knife Rhino made is nice, lovely work, beautiful handle...

    Nearest seen to a knife I'm looking for usually follow the D profile right around. Which I just don't find eye pleasing. The resulting shape is like a sideways capital letter D with its gut hanging down. The handles all have a shape that appears the same from one ebay knife cutler to the next.

    But I'm after a blade something like a capital D sawn in two halves.

    The slicing action is to lower the handle end, guillotining veggies upon the blade's edge by chopping down in a backward rolling action from the tip (dicing/slicing onion, meat etc).

    All different sizes would appeal to the food preparation ppl. A smallish sawn-off d-section suits my personal preference for utility in skinning and dressing work.

    BTW Rhino that's a quality looking sheath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwmac View Post
    [*Windy and getting off-topic]

    I've my eye out for a skinning/fleshing work knife with a d-section swept blade profile. Something like a chefs veggie slicer that is rugged enough that it has utility as bush kit in camp. The knife Rhino made is nice, lovely work, beautiful handle...

    Nearest seen to a knife I'm looking for usually follow the D profile right around. Which I just don't find eye pleasing. The resulting shape is like a sideways capital letter D with its gut hanging down. The handles all have a shape that appears the same from one ebay knife cutler to the next.

    But I'm after a blade something like a capital D sawn in two halves.

    The slicing action is to lower the handle end, guillotining veggies upon the blade's edge by chopping down in a backward rolling action from the tip (dicing/slicing onion, meat etc).

    All different sizes would appeal to the food preparation ppl. A smallish sawn-off d-section suits my personal preference for utility in skinning and dressing work.

    BTW Rhino that's a quality looking sheath.

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    Ummmm.......I had sausages on bread for lunch today and I think that I have done my families washing for the week too...and this arvo I fixed a missing problem in a ladies car for her........but I digress .......(you r a classic DW!?! :D:cool:)


    That's 1 sweet looking knife Bruz!
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    Cheers assassin 😏

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