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Rookie Knifemaker pics

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by warrior45, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. warrior45

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    Thanks buddy! That one will be heading south to Texas LEO. Its always cool when our guys like Zombie Slaying steel:naughty:

    Thanks for the kind words bro!!

    Chris
     
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    Nice work!
     
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    Thanks friend and welcome to OSA......first post in my thread...woo-hoo:respect:
     
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    Any pics of new zombie slashing items?
     
  5. warrior45

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    Just got the latest batch back from heat treat a couple weeks ago. After flooding in the dungeon I have been moving upstairs. Today was very nice out so I got a lot done. Cleaned most of them up....just about ready for handles and kydex.

    Stay tuned...
     
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    You still need to make a trip down to let me corrupt you.
     
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    Well, I am already corrupt.....but you can bring me to the next level:igetit:. All while teaching me this folder game my brother!!! I hope soon. Trying to get a more reliable vehicle is next priority.
     
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    Just need to hit the edges on the grinder and press some kydex:
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    Thanks for looking OSA!

    Chris
     
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    Pretty good lookin stuff. I like the coating on the blades. How tough it is?
     
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    Thanks Bobby.

    The base coat is Brownells Aluma Hyde II used on firearms etc. So I figured it couldn't hurt on blades. Like any coating it will wear and tear....but have heard great things about it. I am going to get an air brush and use the quart stuff next time. The tip kept clogging etc damn near drove me nutts. Plus I can get better patterns with the air brush and run a finer mist.

    Thanks for commenting, Bobby!

    Chris
     

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