|Project by tbone74||posted 780 days ago||1410 views||2 times favorited||16 comments|
Here is another knife handle I just finished. The blade is damascus and purchased through jantz supply. The handle material is, I believe, wenge, and the pins holding the handle on are a mix of copper and nickel of which I did not make but purchased at the same knife making supply site.
The wood has very open pours, I tried to fill them with superglue but I was not fully happy with the results. Is there another way to fill the pours and still be able to polish and seal the handle?? I already got a chance to use this at work and it is SHARP! Cut myself already LOL!