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    I think a centered pin would look ace, My vote goes for a light stain and coat on the handle and saya... That burn't look never caught on with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumcloud509 View Post
    Attachment 20325 now to split the saya perfectly in half...
    Dude, I bet Lucretia could pull that off

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    Yeah, that looks safe.

    Quote Originally Posted by quantumcloud509 View Post
    Attachment 20325 now to split the saya perfectly in half...

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    I knew this was gonna turn into another Lucretias lucrative feet post. Anyways... Bought some epoxy, not sure if its the right stuff but its whats gonna get used. At my friends fence shop split the saya in half and one of the eye burls popped out, oh well, im thinking of popping the other one out as well...itll look cool. He just happened to have a planer sitting out and i planed the saya pieces down. Hes a marlboro man type of guy and I had a couple really old zippo lighters on me which needed flint, but I gifted them to him for helping me out, in return he gave me a cool little vice, so now I dont have to pull a Lucretia again! Click image for larger version

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    Had a thick gauge piece of copper wire for the pin but forgot it in my buddies car so now gonna have to figure something new out. Marked the layout on the tang of what Im going to cut. Doesnt look very safe...but gotta finish this project... :/
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    CRAP!! Crap crap!! I was messing around and doing something totally unnecessary and...Click image for larger version

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ID:	20352really dont have time for this...no pin nailer available but i do have some gorilla wood glue and a c clamp. Hope this works!! Def setting me back now as my next project was to hollow out the saya and glue it together. Maybe ill go look for a pin for the handle and focus on that some...
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ID:	20355 cant find pin material, outlined the inside of the saya now to clean it out and glue this sucker together...
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ID:	20356hollowed out saya. Now to glue it and round it off afterwards. Still need to find material for handle pin and saya pin.
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    Mind you Im babysitting a 4 month old and have to clean the house and cook dinner in the next 2.5 hours
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