Tusk/Warncliffe

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Nathan Sturgess

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Mar 11, 2006
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Hi, I am just getting into making my own knives and was wondering if anybody has either a Bark RIver TUSK or a Gene Ingram Warncliffe as I am thinking about making a knife like this for my first DIY knife and was wondering if anybody could tell me the dimensions of either of these knives. It is going to have a yew handle, mosaic pins and 01 steel. I can't decide whether to put a convex, Flat or Flat with secondary on it either. Any advice would be welcomed. Cheers in advance.

Nathan
 

British Red

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Nathan Sturgess said:
. I can't decide whether to put a convex, Flat or Flat with secondary on it either. Any advice would be welcomed. Cheers in advance.

Nathan


Scandy! :)
 
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I agree with British Red. While I don't have a problem with the convex or flat grind (with secondary), I would pick the scandi grind if I had a choice.
 

Nathan Sturgess

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Mar 11, 2006
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Thanks for the replies, keep em coming thanks for the dimensions of the TUSK michiel. I was thinking scandi but I forgot to put in my first post, I have narrowed it down to either flat or very fine scandi now. Cheers.
 

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