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RGK
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With a Dremmel tool and small diameter high speed cut off wheels.

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Lookin good :0)

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I love this stuff!!!!!!!!!!! [Smile]

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"Softened the blade for the handle"? What does this mean and how is it accomplished?

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Dano
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Nice job!!! Man, I just love buildalongs.

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Like everyone else I love buildalongs! Can't wait for more!
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I've got the Dremmel tool and cut off wheels now I just have to find me the right piece of metal.
Nice job RGK.

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RGK
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heat it until it is bright orange and then sloooooooooooooooly let it cool.

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Originally posted by dposalski:
"Softened the blade for the handle"? What does this mean and how is it accomplished?



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RGK
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I had time to sand down the handle a bit tonight. I will use tung oil as the finish.

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nice

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Beautiful!!
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You're killin' me! That thing looks awesome! Hey, I just had an idea! I work for a landscape company and my boss has been whinning for a helle knife. Maybe I can take an old pruning blade(we have alot of them laying around)and make him a knife like that one. Thanks for the motivation and instructions. Mike
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Sweeeeet............Man that is Cool.....

Thanks for sharing.........

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WOW!! you do have some skills. Nice job!

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nice looking........this thread gave me some idea's on my next knife.........thanks
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