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As usual though it mentions alot of studies but doesn't name them.Viewed attempt at bipartisanship when comprim is is an anti win.

Welcome Aboard / Re: Back from the dead (old HPFF member)
« on: 17 Jan 2016 - 21:13:36 »
Hi keby, don't remember much about yesterday much less anything else, but good to see you again

Bows / Re: Bow Question
« on: 15 Jan 2016 - 04:44:50 »

I recall a video on how to make takedown arrows but I can't remember did it, this and the arrows shouldn't take a whole Lotta space

Couldn't do it with my crappy welder, of course I'm more of a grinder anyway :cool2:

Rifles / Re: Most Interesting 50 State Legal AR
« on: 15 Jan 2016 - 04:33:03 »
But it doesn't have a machinegun death grip or the shoulder thing that goes up, it's not as dangerous and no way it will kill 30 people at once with its magazine clips.  :blink:  I'm sorry it looks like appeasement to me.Though for alot of folks that's the closest thing they can have to an ar.

Blades / Re: Knives seem to be a passion now
« on: 15 Jan 2016 - 03:32:29 »
How do you get that wave pattern in the tang?  Beat it against a mold?  CNC machining or magic?

Its suppose to be a vine and thorn pattern, I wish I had a better pic of it, but a chain saw file and triangle file it's not really hard just takes a little time

And the black stuff under the wood grips, epoxy or?


I add powdered graphite to the epoxy  and really slather it on so it squishes out and fills the holes.

Handguns / Re: Im back and I got a new toy
« on: 15 Jan 2016 - 03:16:12 »
Nice looking holster!  I have a Makarov that I been trying to find a decent holster for.  If I had your skill, I would just make my own and quit looking.

Its not hard, here's a tutorial that really helped me. And as far as tools go I have a rotary hole punch, a sharp knife, dial caliper, and leather needles.

Blades / Knives seem to be a passion now
« on: 12 Jan 2016 - 20:44:09 »
Last time I was here I posted some stuff I was working on, well I finished some broke one and rebuilt my forge.I'll just show you.

That bowie I was working on devlopement a crack that I determined was a result of uneven heating on the heat treat so I built another forge, a pass through this time

It works much better than the precious so I got busy on another bowie thus time with some success.

This next one I don't have a finished pic of but the handle turned out really well fiddle back maple

Here's two of the skinners, brazillian cherry and linen micarta

I haven't finished this one but I managed to pull a pretty good hamon out of it

Made this for the grandmother in law, she had been wanting a cleaver for chopping barbecue for a while, she liked it

Give this to a good buddy of mine at work, handle is paper micarta white cardstock with black for a liner

 And this a camp knife I'm traded to a guy for more spring steel, burlap micarta camo

Yeah I got it real bad now, between work and this the wife hardly sees me, which may or may not be a bad thing for her.

Blades / Re: Leather Makings
« on: 12 Jan 2016 - 20:11:04 »
Looks good nemo

Handguns / Im back and I got a new toy
« on: 12 Jan 2016 - 20:06:19 »
Been busy lately and my computer died so I haven't been on much but I got to missing you guys and I want to show of so here we go.

Got me another cz 82 and I'm am loving it, I've only run about two boxes of brown bear through it with the exception of one bad primer not one hitch. It does shoot low and to the left but they seem to go to the same place. I've also got into a little leather work. The holster and mag pouch turned out fairly well I think. What say you sirs

General Discussion / Re: Bear Attacks, Man Shoots Wife
« on: 12 Jan 2016 - 04:46:42 »
Poor fellow, that's an awful load to have to tote.

Rifles / Re: Someone Recommend a Good 22 Bolt Rifle
« on: 12 Jan 2016 - 04:33:51 »
My brother just bought the American for his daughter and brought it over to shoot last weekend. It was a sweet shooting little package. Came factory with a Williams rear peep and a globe type front. I didn't ask how much he paid bit he said it was cheap.

Blades / Re: Here I go again
« on: 11 Aug 2015 - 19:37:13 »
I started another bowie

I addressed some probs that I had with the first one and made it slightly longer. Its 10.5 long and about .230  thick at the guard and 1.65 at its widest width. The tang is .210 thick where it meets the ricasso and .750 wide just after that. The grip will be around 5 1/4 with brass guard and pommel. The secondary edge will be sharp, he is a marine and supposedly know how to use it. Now if I can get it passed heat treat I'll have it made

Blades / Re: Here I go again
« on: 07 Aug 2015 - 17:29:18 »
They are smaller than I intended but they're a 1/4 inch thick and about 5/8  wide and radiused where they meet the ricasso.Plus they are tapered and tempered at that point like a spring. If they break you're doing way more that a knife that size needs. Besides if it breaks I'll make them another.

Blades / Here I go again
« on: 06 Aug 2015 - 18:46:17 »
Well some guys from work want me to make some knives some even willing to pay me here's what I've got so far. 
I wanted to make a skinner and a couple of buck type knives.

This started as a bowie for a guy at work and was going great till I heat treated, it warped and when I tried to straighten it broke two inches off I can make one out of it but not what the guy wants. Oh well have to start again.

 I think I like this profile might not be a loss. What you think

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