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Posted: 6/14/2009 2:23:32 PM EST
Comments, criticisms and witticisms welcome.



White tail antler crown, brass, leather, copper and vulcanized fiber spacers on a carbon-heavy skinner blade.

Almost done with it.
Link Posted: 6/14/2009 3:13:05 PM EST
Looking good!
Link Posted: 6/14/2009 4:29:53 PM EST
Looks good man.
Link Posted: 6/14/2009 6:36:53 PM EST
Nice. What steel did you use?
Link Posted: 6/14/2009 6:57:56 PM EST
Old school.

Nice job - how about some pictures of the process?
Link Posted: 6/14/2009 9:30:00 PM EST
Originally Posted By double_trouble_2003:
Old school.

Nice job - how about some pictures of the process?


I don't really have any that are very informative.

I have another blade that came back from heat treatment with this one. They have very similar grinds, deep bellies and long sweeping lines that complement a natural arm or wrist swing.

The next one is patterned after an old fashioned Marbles Woodcraft skinner, I'll post up pics of the process.


To answer the steel question, it's just O2 tool steel. Nice carbon content, sharpens well and holds a great edge when heat treated properly. For a basic knife, O2 does a good job without getting too fancy.

I'd still like to drill and pin the tang on this one though, it'd look like a genuine Appalachian "tinker" style skinner then.
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