Kalle Klæp: Nice job..! I really like the artistic woodwork.. That is one of the most beautiful homemade knifes made with simple things, i have ever seen.
RoyChavezSer: very nice, I made one using the same blade, added it to my skinning knives..also nice job on the handle
Beth Resch: such a beautiful handle for such a crapty blade.
Pappy: very nice indeed.i took an old butcher knife that had a chip in the blade,cut it off and made 2 knives,the butcher blade is just a shorter version of itself but the cut off piece made a nice little short blade deal.used black walnut for the handle.not yet finished but i am working on it.
kaleb stern: Hot that pruning shear knife game on lockdown
Dana Herron: junk and wood scraps, yeah...right, add talent,stir well...hmmm....?????....niiiiicccceee!
snappersniper: that's thoughfu; assembly of all the handle materials. very nice indeed.
emanuel garibay: Dopeness
Halfway1023: Awesome. How did you secure the screw to the base of the knife? Weld? Thanks.
MrZleesbec: You sir are extremely clever
el tremendo: very nice.
emsifara: Добре, че е този фискален бон та да те питам от какво дърво е дръжката.
николай николаев: beautiful
barryo20011: Nice handle! But the only problem i can see is with the grain running that way makes the handle week. If you was to drop the knife accidentally on something hard or get a little rough with it, it's likely to break the handle off. The knife look's very nice other than that.Well done....
Andrew Frudd: The sections of the handle towards the blade, are they glued together?
Raymond Harvey: It seems the knife has a hollow grind on one side a straight on the other. Any reason for the difference?
BigIronTV: cool idea
bob Last: Nice job. Now put some effort into your video editing skills because this is very boring.