Fileknife with rosewood scales

Discussion in 'Knives, Swords, and other bladed weapons' started by Tysonspapa, Jan 4, 2014.

  1. Tysonspapa

    Tysonspapa New Member

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    as said in tittle, a fileknife, rosewood scales, aluminum pins. and some handle material ;-)
     

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  2. VWscooby

    VWscooby Senior Member

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    Look at the polish job on that! Its like a mirror!
     

  3. Tysonspapa

    Tysonspapa New Member

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    thanks, yes, almost. still have to get rid of these small "scratches" on the top side.
     
  4. Arturo Borquez

    Arturo Borquez Administrator

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    love it Tysonpapa, great job !
    cheers
     
  5. onnod

    onnod Im from Holland, isnt that weird?

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    Looks super TP!! That polish is amazing 0.0

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  6. mvd

    mvd Builds with scrap

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    I really like your work. Ist perfect.
     
  7. beaverIII73

    beaverIII73 Junior Member

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    Wonderful knife as always. And yes I'm even more jealous of your skills. Thank you again for sharing your work.
     
  8. beaverIII73

    beaverIII73 Junior Member

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    Wonderful knife as always. And yes I'm even more jealous of your skills. Thank you again for sharing your work.
     
  9. beaverIII73

    beaverIII73 Junior Member

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    Oh do you ever record while you work. I would love to see some of how you make your blades.
     
  10. Schultz

    Schultz New Member

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  11. Tysonspapa

    Tysonspapa New Member

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    i will record it, as soon as i figure out how to use a video editing program lol
     
  12. dolomite

    dolomite Banned

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    Damn TP, beautiful as always.

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  13. buckshot500

    buckshot500 Hoonigan Jeeper

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    It looks like you are using a jeweler's buff to get that finish.

    If so, what types of polishing compounds are you working with, providing you are willing to share your secrets?
     
  14. Tysonspapa

    Tysonspapa New Member

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    just this here, cost about 15 dollar in a hardwarestore.
     

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  15. Withak

    Withak aka Whitehawk!

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    Darn fine piece of work. The scales look awesome and the polish on that blade is sweet. Nice work.