Some know about a knife I have been holding into that I would like to restore some day... I have no clue as to what company made it because it was burned up in a trash barrel shortly after getting it as a wedding gift, yes it was a sad thing to discover in the barrel after the burn
From what I can remember it seemed to have a grey set of scales that could have been mycarta or laminated wood. I'd love to find who made the knife but that is not high on my list, rebuilding this bugger to usable status would be great, if possible.
The blade is slightly warped (suprise) and I'm sure it was stainless at one time, who knows what the fire may have done to it, outside of the obvious temper trashing.
So I ask all you makers, What would need to happen to this knife to make it usable? I'm aware it would probably be cheaper to get a "new knife" but I'm not doing this for a new knife, I'm trying to fix a wedding gift we recieved over 20 years ago, and I may be the only one that like how it may come out lol, I've gotten fond of the slight pitting in the blade over the years.
I'll have a pic posted as soon as I find one or take another one.