Hello again,We will be putting together assembly’s that we have been working on to come up with a whole folding all wood pocket knife. Get your finished and sanded blades and rub some candle wax on all the areas around the pin holes. Now tak...
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Location: Central Kentucky
retired from ford auto parts-42 years- active woodworker the last 30 years- make most anything from toothpicks to sub-contracting houses- most of my for fun and very little profit items now enclude very detailed folding wooden pocket knives w/inlayed wooden cases ( about 800 to date)-hand gun boxes w/ a hidden drawer for the handgun-knife display cases-jewelry boxes with secret compartments and anything else that no one wants to fool with. thanks for listening.
-- I,ve had amnesia for as long as I can remember. Vernon
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Lets work the blades. Hold them together and put them into the body with bolster and blade holes in line. Push down on them a bit and push a sharpened 6p nail thru all four parts. Shape the back end of the blades as shown in the picture. ...
Welcome back everyone. I must say again that I did not realize how many steps to this until doing this blog. I am not sorry I have made so many of these knives as they have paid a bunch toward buying my shop tools plus I still like the challenge o...
Today we take the glued up knife body out of the clamps. We need to square up these glued up assembly’s. I use a 6 X 48” sander but use whatever you have. Now split the two halves of the blank. They are probably stuck a little from ...
Several of you have asked for instruction for making the all wood folding knives I,ve been doing for a number of years. Hope I can give that instruction through this blog series. If to many get fed-up with this please let me know to stop. Starting...