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Discussion in 'Knives, Swords, and other bladed weapons' started by nuk, Dec 9, 2013.
Here are some of my knives I made:
This is top class work, and when I saw the micarta handle on your black slingshot I was sure you had made some fine knifes.
My intuition did not deceive me. Also like your slingshots!
damn it i want to make my own knife from scratch !!!!!
They all rock Nuk ! Especially the little black one with the neck sheath.
Love love love them!
Wow Jan, really awesome work on those knives! Just some really beautiful craftsmanship. The kydex sheathes look great too! Looks like you've included firestarters in with some of those? Very nicely done.
I particularly like the design on the left in the pic below. Can you give an idea of specs - length, steel, etc? Thx!
I did your work. I just started making knives myself and I'm so hooked. I just finished my second one. Next thing I am going to try is a sheath. Your's look so cool. Thanks for sharing.
Those look perfect, like store bought knives. Are you SURE you made those??????
yep, I am the maker, wanna see my website?
The big one fom the set is the N.U.K. ( Nuk Utility Knife )
Blade 6 mm O1, 150 mm blade, 125 mm handle. G10 handle with orange liners.
6 mm thick ? beast. I Love that set.
Awesome work and WICKED style!!!
Wow great work I just love the first two pics those I would buy in a heart beat
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- how did you make those sheaths?
Why don´t you just link the website?
awesome knives dude! you've got a lot of skill
Very nice knives, and sheaths too. I want to start making those kind of sheaths too. Is that Kydex, and how hard is it to work with?
I know this is an older post but I see the OP hasn't responded, so if I may.... Yes, I believe it is indeed, Kydex. Its also popular for gun holsters. Its not hard to work with but getting set up for it is kinda labor intensive. You need to either make a dummy knife or use the actual knife and you heat the Kydex sheet in something like a toaster oven, kitchen oven or I have used a combo of toaster oven and heat gun but you basically press the material and knife between pieces of high density foam rubber so the Kydex takes the shape of the knife. I have also seen it done in a vacuum press but you gotta be real quick as the stuff only works nicely when its hot. Cools very fast. The nice thing is you can reheat over and over (Not sure how many times before the plastic degrades) Once the molding is to your liking you can trim the edges and drill holes for rivets or eyelets as in the photos.
Hope this was helpful
I love me all some of them look like they are sort of trollsky knives... The grinds and the woods..
Great job everyone is in awe
That slingshot could end wars and cure cancer.