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Old 06-07-2015, 02:15 PM
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slip joint number 2.

Well after the first try to make, a slip joint knife i think now it is time to try to make another one.
So here we go, the materials for this one are, for the handle stainless liners and bolster, and thunderstorm Kevlar scales, and RWL-34 for the blade and back spring.
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Old 06-07-2015, 07:30 PM
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Look forward to to following along , I like RWL 34 , just not readily available in these parts


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Look forward to to following along , I like RWL 34 , just not readily available in these parts
Thanks for the comment, yes RWL-34 it is very nice to Work with.


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As you can see, I have cut the scales and bolsters, and the blade and back, spring brought to final position,
Next step it?s to clean the blade and back spring and make it ready for heat treatment.
Now I have decide to put screws to the scales and bolster instead of pins because I?m not that good yet to peen the pins.
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Old 06-18-2015, 04:22 AM
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As you can see it starts to look like a knife, the only thing left to do now is to clean and polish everything up, make the blade sharp and to start to assemble the parts together to one piece.
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Very clean presentation. Well done !!
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Very clean presentation. Well done !!
Thank you, i'm glad you like it.


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Here it is the final product, i hope you like it as i do
Any comments are welcome.
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Well done. I like it!!
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Well done. I like it!!
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