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    Camp10 uses that method. I'll see if I can find...

    Camp10 uses that method. I'll see if I can find where he describes how he does it.
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    I took this to 1625 degrees and held it for 5...

    I took this to 1625 degrees and held it for 5 minutes, then did a motor oil quench.
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    Like this? ...

    Like this?

    http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii67/crashdive123/Knife%20Making/NellsKnifeandSheath002.jpg
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    No sheath yet, and I have to repair my...

    No sheath yet, and I have to repair my "personalizer" to put my makers mark on the blade. This one weighs in at 10.75 ounces. I like working with 1095. It is relatively easy to grind, heat treat...
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    Pretty much andy cloth material or paper that...

    Pretty much andy cloth material or paper that will soak up the resins.
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    Still have a ways to go, but getting better every...

    Still have a ways to go, but getting better every day.
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    I was going to send it to you, but I was so...

    I was going to send it to you, but I was so ashamed at how it turned out that I just couldn't burden you with it.:innocent:
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    9-3/4" with a 4-1/2" blade.

    9-3/4" with a 4-1/2" blade.
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    It's the stuff that was under all that snow we...

    It's the stuff that was under all that snow we had.:innocent:
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    My First One Back

    After a few days of practice grinding to get back into the swing, I ground out two knives. You already saw the one where I had a mishap. Here is the other one. The Hong tube is misshapen a little...
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