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Thread: Handmade camp knife

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    Russell Coight

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    Jun 2018
    Cairns Nth Qld
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    Handmade camp knife

    A mate of mine makes knives.
    He decided both he and I needed knives for using when out and about.
    This is mine.

    Made from a circular saw blade that he was able to date from the makers mark (circa 1880's)

    knife and sheath (Copy).JPG

    Knife and sheath 1 (Copy).jpg

    The catch system will be replaced in time.
    It kept getting caught walking through the scrub, so I'll make a snap catch for it.

    Apart from that it is very useful and a decent size/weight.


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    Malcolm Douglas

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    That is a useful sort of knife and looks good and strong. Over the years have found all sorts of pieces of metal in and around old gold mines. Would love to make a replica early colonical type blade out of some these pieces of old steel but alas have no skills or even a rudimentary metal workshop.

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