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Mosaic Pin (MP84-12) 1/4" diameter x 11-3/4" long by Roger Cox Date Added: Friday 26 November, 2010
Mosaic Pin (MP84-12) 1/4" diameter x 11-3/4" long Mosaic pins work well in simpler pattern material. They add an item of high interest in what would otherwise be a "plain handle." These pins are not high strength and require some skill in processing. A fine hacksaw blade of 32 teeth per inch is recommended for cutting. These pins should not be driven into a tight handle material (either the metal or scale) as they will mushroom quickly. A close fit is recommended for the mosaic pin and the handle material. Thus a reamer of the proper diameter is highly recommended. The insertion of the mosaic pin is then done with a pliers and gentleness. If it isn't going in, don't get rough with it as it is delicate compared to a solid brass or steel pin. One possible outcome of rough handling or driving into the hole is the scale material will break from the expanded end of the mosaic pin. Thus both the pin and scale material will be lost. A very nice material that is highly recommended.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Inlace-White & Black Pearl Block by Roger Conroy Date Added: Thursday 09 September, 2010
Inlace-White & Black Pearl Block At first, I was disappointed. The block didn't look like the picture. It was mostly white, and looked like all the white settled to the bottom when the block/slab or whatever was molded. I got it for a knife for my wife and she didn't like it. I sawed the block in half lengthwise, making two square pieces, then drilled that. Since this was for a small dagger (Skean Dhu) it worked good becasue I was able to use the picee with the most black, even though one side was whiter. I turned the square piced sideways, putting the white on the back of the knife. It drills, sands and buffs great. I was able to get a shaped handle for this small dagger in one afternoon using a 1" belt sander and buffing wheel. I'd ask for personal selection by phone to ensure you get a piece that has color consistency, if they'll do it. The Inlace acrylester looks like the imitation pearl handle on my wife's Linder Dagger. She loved it. I think this might work better with matched scales if you want consistency of color on both sides of your knife.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Russell Green River Buffalo Skinner (BLBUF) by kevin waldrop Date Added: Friday 14 May, 2010
Russell Green River Buffalo Skinner (BLBUF) Great blade. I have been looking at this online. Ordered one in last week---- love it. It is going to make one cool old knife!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Russell Green River Texas Butcher Blade (BLBUTEX) by kevin waldrop Date Added: Sunday 14 March, 2010
Russell Green River Texas Butcher Blade (BLBUTEX) I am a BBQer. I mean real Texas style low and slow big pieces of meat BRISKET, pork butts meat like that. I bought this blade to slice those larger cuts of meat. I was surprised at how well it balances in my hands. How the blade polished up so well. How it took an edge with just a few passes on my oil stones. How the edge last a long time. I sliced ten briskets at a cook the first time out it was just a sharp at the end as at the start. I used brass pins and olive wood handles. Now the problem I have is the knife looks and performs so well the other members of the cooking team, We-Do-Que, want one! Oh well--- guess I just ordered another order from Texas Knifemakers's Supply!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Book - Handles and Guards by Joe Keeslar by Timothy Craig Date Added: Friday 26 June, 2009
Book - Handles and Guards by Joe Keeslar Book contains very good information but, for the very expensive price it is not very well done. I would have expected real detailed pictures. NOT hand drawn pictures!!!! Will you get your moneys worth in information or learning.......probley. If you can figure out what they are talking about without detailed pictures. But, the book is too expensive and would be a better buy at twenty-five or even thirty dollars but, in my opinion not worth forty dollars!!!!

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
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