Small Neck Knife

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  1. Shovelbuck

    Shovelbuck Active Member

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    Just finished this 4 inch overall neck knife with heavy duty leather sheath and strap. $70.00 shipped. I've carried a neck knife for thirty plus years and it's amazing how handy a small knife like these can be at times.

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  3. Shovelbuck

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    Knife is sold.
     
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    Plans to make another? Looks awesome Jay.
     
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    Probably. PM me if interested.:way:
     
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    I would be interested as well.
     
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    Can you use different woods for the handle?


    Sorry thought of this after I posted.
     
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    I can but i won't use walnut. I'm allergic to it. I usually have a good supply of curly maple, osage, and mulberry on hand.
     
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    Is old barn wood an option?
     
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    Sure would be. Unfortunately, right now I'm out of small pieces of damascus to make these small knives.:( I'm trying to get some from my supplier but he doesn't have any now either. This may take some time.:eek:
    If you are serious about one of these knives, please pm me and I'll get you on the list for one.:way:
     
  11. JNRBRONC

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    Is old barn wood a good material for knife handles?

    It seems to me that a hard, dense wood is preferred for a knife handle and most old barn wood is heavily weathered and about at the end of its life expectancy.
     
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    I was thinking the beams from inside the barn. A lot of them were oak. I wouldn't want to use the siding.
     
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    I want to thank everyone that has pm'd me wanting one of these type of knives. Unfortunately, as I currently am out of the damascus used for them, I can no longer accept any more orders for them. Those of you that have pm'd me are on the list to get one as soon as I can get material.
    Thanks!!!:way:
     
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    Where am I on this list? :)
     
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    #1....... :way:
     
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    Just glad I'm on the list. Thanks Jay
     

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