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Knife handles

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Hand forged Steel Hunting Knife

Handmade Bowie Knife Overall Length:13" Handle Length: 5" Blade Length: 8" Blade Material: 1095 Steel Blade thickness: 2.8 mm Tang:full tang Handle Material: Antler Handle Along with bull horn Includes a hand stitched custom full-grain leather sheath with a belt loop

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Types of Sloping Handles

Shopping for Wing Chun swords? Check out this post to learn about Tangs, Handle Types, Alignment, Ergonomics, Handle Materials

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Sword Style: Wrap Paracord Around a Knife Handle - SwordsSwords Blog

There are several ways to wrap a paracord. Here we have discussed the most practical and easy technique to get the job perfectly done.

good idea to thred the end with a nut if its a solid tang not a welded bolt

Our goal is to make very practical, reliable and interesting Russian knives for hunting, fishing, camping, custom and tactical available to the World.

How to Make a Wooden Knife Sheath – Mortise & Tenon Magazine

I used to carry a general-purpose slöjd knife on my hip every day. It was held in a leather sheath I made especially for that knife. It worked well at first but quickly stretched and the knife became dangerously loose in the sheath. This was my inexperience at work, not the fault of the leather. Nevertheless, when I was on the search for a more secure way to carry my knife a couple years ago I came across Reid Schwartz’s design. His clever self-locking design was so simple and so effective…