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Some more puukoos

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They were born and went their ways.

Maybe You Guys like to have a look on them.

They are made of cold work Tungsteen tool steel(as always) and handles are made from buffalo leather and bone.

Cheers

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I so look forward to your posts.  Something about your work appeals to me.  It is rustic and elegant.

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...while making them, my good Sony camera had problems due our climate.Sony has excellent Lenses from Zeiss(Germany)but is very sensitive to tropical climate.

So I had to resort on my replacement camera from Samsung which is much more reliable in humid climate but the difference in lens quality is enormous.

But I hope  the difference does not diminish the pleasure of looking too much.

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Thanks Lou L, You reply is a honor and a pleasure as always:)

This one was more difficult to make because of the small margin on the handle material.

So I took the  blank of the blade and worked myself to the point where I was sure it would work.

 

 

 

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Flawless as always. Thank you for sharing the tip in one of your previous posts about how you achieve the effect with the gun blue fading into the silver. It's deceptively simple but the result is "ghostly" and mysterious!

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TwistedCustoms: You are welcome!...I really like the definitions "ghostly and mysterious":ph34r:...Thanks a lot!

 

Mudman: Thank You!....well,  do it, make one.. I learned a lot while making them

that archetypal kind of knife contains fun as well as challenge.

 

Daswulf: Thanks for You reply, bro! It is all about appreciation...its the motivation of keeping on posting.:)

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Simple ..... elegant....... beautiful... 

 

i love them 

 

what was the title of that eairler post i would love to learn that bluing trick?

 

du

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