Step 7: Step 7

Your Knife is Just About Done.

Allow the apoxy time to dry (depending on what time it calls for).

Once dry. Your knife is FINISHED.

I have been asked many times if I sell the knives I make.
The answer is yes I do, I have a store on eBay called Dragon's Venture.
All my knives are one of a kind, serial number listed, also photo recorded.
I also make custom order knives, stands, display cases.
My knives are 100% gaurateed, I also sell custom made parts for knives.
I think the threaded rod is called rebar
no, threaded rod is just that, threaded rod. Rebar is for reinforcing concrete its scrap metal thats been melted its scrap bar of varying hardness. It looks like a round cylinder with little outcroppings.
oh, I think I found that out a couple months ago.<br>after posted the comment
<strong><em>These are a few I just finished up, They are stocking up now that every ones out of work, But whwn things pick back up, I'll be rady,</em></strong>
this is beautiful. It should be featured.
<em><strong>You may be right, But I am hoping a customer I have picks them up.</strong></em><br/>He doesn't like feathers.<em><strong></strong></em><br/>
Nicely done 'ible This technique would work wonderfully for a display knife. and that brass sure does shine up pretty :-) Can also be done(but with more work) by grinding down a full-tang blade, and using a die to thread the end. I have an old k-bar knife that was made that way. Wierd to see javascript in a pdf file but... virus scanner checked it out as clean, so Whatever floats :-)
I have done a few like you said, but found that it was not as strong as the ones I make now. Yes most of the dagger are pretty displays, but daggers don't have to much use other than a boot knife. You can buy blades with the end of the tang threaded and squeeze all the parts together and hope they stay lined up after you drop it on the ground. The one part I left out was a damage test I did to one of my bowies. It started as trying to get one of my earlier handles off the blade so I could redo it. Well after a few smacks with a 18 oz. hammer I found myself aggravated and really pounded on the knife only to find that I messed up the wood parts fairly well. But pommel to guard stayed intact and was usable for any job given to a knife. My custom knives weight 2 to 3 times your average store bought knife, unless it's designed for another purpose, like throwing. Even then, some of them were quite heavy. That's why I put my own guarantee on my knives because I know that they will hold up to any task given. Sure my collector knives may have sensitive handles, such as marble, mother of pearl, turquoise. etc: Those are said to be collector items and not work knives. my bowies will still slash and do a lot of harm, and all will go through a 1" thick rope with one pull with the right person cutting the rope.
For any questions about this article or about any of the knives, you may contact me from here or eBay. I sell custom made knives and daggers there, usually list a new one or two every week. Just look up Dragon's Venture on eBay.
are you still allowed to sell knives on ebay? I thought they'd banned them, with a few exception. I'm in the UK though. E
Can't ship out side USA.
ahh so they didn't ban them there, typical england, you can still buy cut throat razors and military bayonets etc, just aslong as it isn't too shiny :p E

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