In this video Allen builds a basic tactical folder from start to finish using typical shop tools. He shows basic methods and processes that can be carried out in most knifemaking shops. This video focuses on the building process and does not cover pattern design.
Making contoured bolster joints can be a challenge, especially if you do not have special machinery such as a pantograph mill. Watch Weldon as he teaches how to make contoured bolsters using a mold, a jig, and a drill press.
Paul Long specializes strictly in knife sheaths, and with nearly 60 years of experience in working with leather, he has become one of the leading sheath makers of our nation. Watch Paul as he builds a pouch sheath from start to finish. In this DVD Paul explains the materials used, the tools used, and the sheath making process in detail.
Have you ever wanted to make a frontier style rawhide covered sheath but just didn’t know how? Here's all the information you’ll need to get started! Watch as frontier style knife maker and leather worker John Cohea takes you through the whole process.
Over the last few years, I've had numerous knifemakers tell me they would like to see a video on how I build my pocketknives. I decided that if I made a slipjoint video, I wanted to show the complete process from start to finish with plenty of detailed information and instructions. This is that video.
Chad Nichols is a custom knifemaker from Blue Springs, Mississippi. In addition to making knives, Chad forges both carbon and stainless damascus, as well as mokume. Watch Chad as he demonstrates how to forge weld a billet of mokume out of copper, nickel silver, and brass.
I had the opportunity spend a day in Bruce Evans’ knife shop, and I watched as he forged out a spike tomahawk from a round bar of 5160 spring steel. I was so impressed with the process that I wanted to go back and document him as he forged out another one. This time I took my mini-dv camera with me, and as a result, I was able to produce this DVD.
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