I could probably do somthing about that. I didn't have that problem when I wore the new style around, although I prefer to wear mine slightly toward my back. A mild re-grind at the pommel should fix that. How is it doing for you otherwise? Give me a ring. http://www.AcreMetalworks.com
January 18, 2009, 06:04 PM
Fuad, I was thinking the same thing...
For me the dagger was something that I needed to get out of my system....I don't have much use for this knife but I enjoy it as a collector!
I actually have not worn this knife much but I have used my drop point auk a fair bit and I do notice from time to time when sitting down I have caught the sheath on the arm of a chair and it has pushed up in a similar fashion to the picture above.....the auk drop point does not have the point on the pommel however.
I really like the simple sheath for the Auk's and the way they hang low on the belt!
I have noticed looking at different pictures of your auk's that the guard profile tends to vary a bit in both depth and angle....I guess this is the nature of hand shaping the blades.
I will send you an email to discuss a re grind...
January 18, 2009, 06:32 PM
beatiful work, you sir are a master craftsmans
January 18, 2009, 10:20 PM
I like the tip shape on this one!
The portal in the scale looks good too..
What type of fastners have you used for the scales?
January 18, 2009, 11:57 PM
The scales look very nice.
January 19, 2009, 08:55 AM
The Fasteners are stainless 6-32 button head allen screws. I think I'll do more Durendals with scales.
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