Gap control on Western Rehandles
I have issues with getting a perfect joint along the tang. Then again the knives I've tried to rehandle so far are quite old and the tang isn't perfectly flat. Should I just put the tang to my Bester 500 and try to flatten it out? Should I just keep trying to sand the high spots? I don't know if I'm patient enough to sand it down to flush. Any tips or tricks would be greatly appreciated.
And on a related note, if I have a small gap after I epoxy everything together, what do you guys recommend (if anything) for a nice clear filler material? I read a little bit about maybe using CA glue (is that just super glue?), but maybe you guys have a better solution.