1911a1forlife

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About 1911a1forlife

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    southeastern pennsylvania
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    shooting, gunsmithing, blacksmithing, metal work, mechanical work and leather work
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    currently unemployed, worked at 2 machine shops and a sheetmetal shop

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  1. wow:o!! That turned out fantastic! congrats! :)
  2. great size and beautiful stag grips! :D
  3. Very nice bowie! is that maple for the handle? I have maple that came from a school gym floor that I use as handles with good results. Nice job!
  4. very nicely done! love the overall design and shape.
  5. very nice! i love the handle design
  6. very nice job on both of them! :)
  7. very nice! it looks like the workmanship you would have seen 100 years ago when you had real craftsman when things were still made right, very nice.
  8. Hello everyone, this is a leather sheath I just made for a leather handled bowie I made this past winter. The leather is tooling leather, roughly 1/8" thick. The arkansas sharpening stone is 4" long x 1-1/8" wide x 3/8" thick. I have to get leg ties for it yet.
  9. Very nice! The design reminds me of my woodsmanspal knives.
  10. Ken, u could be right, didn't think of that