templehound

Walk on the ruby

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The materials are the same, Boehler TWR 1.2513, Ceylon iron wood and 6ALV4 titanium... reliable and proven as the design....and if You do something that many people like, get prepared to do it many times...

..honestly there is no fun in making, only concentration and discipline, the good feeling comes when its finished, than I can let go and enjoy what I have done....

so I appreciate  new things that I can use like the detent ball which is made of artificial ruby.

That stuff won't wear down in the next 20 years and it looks awesome...

Even if You only can see it when dismanteling the knife for maintenance, which customers really should do with a  fine mechanism.

 If You don't maintain Your gun, it will go down...same with folders.That's what I always tell customers...care for it!

Back drop is phloem/bast from coco nut palm.

Well, here is another one for the fridge.

Cheers

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As always... Woah!!

I think it is really cool to find a hidden detail or a little touch that you don't see right off the bat. It's like the etching on an old pocket watch movement.

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As always... Woah!!

I think it is really cool to find a hidden detail or a little touch that you don't see right off the bat. It's like the etching on an old pocket watch movement.

Thank You, C-1ToolSteel!

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