Discussion in 'Hunting Equipment, Gear & Optics' started by Peter Larsson, Sep 14, 2015.
Latest leather work:
The knives inside!
state of the art,as usual.
Got my trophies from South Africa last week.
The back skin from my buff I had made in to knife lether.
Have started to make knife sheets with it just because I was qurious to se what it would look like!
Had some full tang knives I made this spring who were missing their "clothes"!
Nice work Mr. Larsson - great pics, Thanks for sharing
Wow these are spectacular. I've been trying to get into forging lately but just don't have the tools needed and my forge looks like its from mad max always seem to melt my steel in it, best I've done was just cutting out the shape then heat treating it. Hope to get to this level some day.
how much for the bottom knife,the upside down one? great work as usual.
I don't make the blades myselves.
Most knife makers don't over here.
I will post pictures of the knives when they get finished!
Just finished some knives that I used the skin from my buffalo in my avatar.
Warthog tusk and olive wood. Sheet made of buffalo skin and skin from ostrich leg.
Dessert ironwood and stabilized curly grown birsh. Sheet made of African buffalo and zebra skin.
Muskox horn and Dessert ironwood. Cape buffalo and ostrish leg skin.
Olive wood African black wood. Cape buffalo leather.
Stabilized curly grown birch wood and Lace wood. Cape buffalo leather.
And some more:
Warthog tusk,olive wood. Cape buffalo skin.
Buffalo horn and skin.
Birch wood, buffalo horn,red vulcano fiber. Cape buffalo skin.
Bought a blade with a strange shape that I never seen before.
Couldn't figure out the mening of the point of the blade.
After some internet research I found out the point of that point................
Made a handle of moose antlers and birch bark.
Some more knives in scandistyle:
Peter, what is the last odd blade for? It appears to be sharpened on the top of the blade.
It's a belly opener. Also works for fish.
Good for the first cut when skinning also.
state of the art as usual.
Not sure about some of the blades but those handles are some of the most beautiful ive ever seen awesome work congratulations
# 6,how much?
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