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Great shop vid with Jerry Fisk

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by hso, Jul 23, 2014.

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  1. hso

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    Great Jerry Fisk vid.
     
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    This looks like another of the AverageIowaGuy Productions.

    He has a new podcast with James Nowka "The Knife Journal Podcast" they are on episode 43 right now.
     
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    Kyle is good people! I like his productions. What I like is that he makes his videos for him and his kids.
     
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    Yeah, I remember him from that year at Uncle E's and yakking with him a bit. Great guy, probably a better one than most of us considering his volunteer work in the Philippines after the disaster there.
     
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    CB,

    Didn't TM Hunt mod this for you?
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    DROOL!
     
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    I wish that was mine, but no. It was for another guy who I believe is up in Wisconsin. It's a GORGEOUS rendition of that knife though isn't it?

    I have a few other of T.M.Hunt's knives and waiting for a couple more.
     
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    I'm going to strip one of my BK5 knives and send it off to a buddy that is a maker and ask him to look at the simplest mod he can think of to build from the BK5 using it as a "blank".

    I suspect pinned bolster on the front, clip the butt to shorten and pin slabs on the butt, and then Corby bolt scales in place is the lowest effort approach.
     
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    That will be very pretty. I loved my 5 when I had it. However there was a maker out in Oklahoma who I was desperate to get one of his blades. So I sold him my five for a GOOD price, along with a discount on when he starts making knives again :D
     
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    Both the Camillus and KA-BAR produced Beckers appear to have nominally 3/16" pin/screw/bolt holes.

    I got our old Camillus BK5 kitchen knife out and knocked the rust off of it.

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    I think it would look pretty good to knock off the guard and have a nice long grip with pinned on scales.


    Also, note that the full flat grind is actually a very shallow hollow grind that would have a radius the size of a dinner table.
     

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