I am a hobby knifemaker. I do a lot more work with metal than with wood. I came to this forum about a year ago for some help with drilling a long hole through the full length of a knife handle. I am back again for more help. I just posted a few minutes ago on the general topics page about sawing 1/4" strips from a 2" x 2" x 18" long piece of cocobolo. The reason I am posting here is in an attempt to give back something to your community. I know only a small bit about woodworking but I do have experience with heat treating steel, sharpening blades and cutting and drilling steel. I would be honored to be of any help to any of the members of this community. You have helped me and for that I am grateful. I am also a civil engineer and a retriever dog trainer too. Oh yeah and a motorcycle rider and a Viet Nam vet - if any of that helps. Thank you all. Nicholas Jasper
I see that you do 1000 yard shooting, the farthest we shoot is 500, would be nice to have a longer range, but then again we just go out with our deer rifles, nothing set up other than factory stuff, still fun to blow up a beer can full of water at 500 though
Hi Daniel -
i'm also new here. i'm a engraver/knifemaker. it's nice to see another knife maker on board - I really do enjoy turning wood. I visit as often as i can but my time is limited so not many post.
tom hudson www.twhudsonengraver.com