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    Been a while since I did a WIP

    Here is a bit of a WIP on a little knife I am working on, comments welcome!

    Starting materials. Bog oak, mammoth tooth, maple dowell, fiber spacers, and a hunk of black buffalo horn
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    Handle materials assembled, at this point the tang slot is in place, and the dowel is inside the handle, to provide an extra mechanical bond.
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    Next, removing the surplus on the 36 grit belt.
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    Squaring the handle.
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    Setting the bevels.
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    Next the sanding smooth, and sealing the mammoth and horn.


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    Next, I made a dummy tang, same size and shape of the one on the knife. To burn in the exact fit.
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    Test fit.
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    Now to buff and polish.
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    More to follow!
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    looking real good Pierre!

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    Sweet! Thanks for letting us see how to do it right!
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Love it!
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    I feel like August is International Bog Oak Month......or am I imagining things?
    No matter how high the throne,
    there sits but an ass.

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    OK, ok. I'll start using my work table properly.

    This is really nice. That blue mammoth tooth never ceases to amaze.

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    that does look quite nice.

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    Very nice, Pierre. Can't wait to see it with the blade.

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    Nice work. You just cant go wrong with mammoth tooth on anything.

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