Jose Figueroa: Cool lil blade love the handle the one side has like a cacoon in the grain
Raymond Harvey: It seems the knife has a hollow grind on one side a straight on the other.
Any reason for the difference?
RadicalRC: I would have never guessed turning the grain like that would look so good.
CKS5000: I watched this whole video...The whole 8 minutes...why did I do that. That
is a stupid question, why is this video over 2 minutes, that is a good
solosniper86: Beautiful work! What country do you live in? It looked like you were in
symons666: Awesome handle !!
BigIronTV: cool idea
Corey Wilson: oh wow that handle is awesome looking
bob Last: Nice job. Now put some effort into your video editing skills because this
is very boring.
Angelo P.: Great knife! :D
Tanner saslow: I love the coloration and pattern of the knife! i just have one though and
that is stabilization. The acacia will crack and split if not properly
dried out or stabilized so that may give you problems down the road but
over all, nice job man.
alitlweird: handsome looking KA-niff-ee! (:
Ernst Becker: Well done !
It is amazing when some one takes something that some one doesn't want and
creates a usable product. Throw away items, misnamed, " junk " are someone
Benjamin Manfre: awesome
Yarylo: Нравится что съемка идет на фоне живой природы
Steven Jennings: Well made knife
razzorbladz: love the handle dont like the blade
MONSTER: Beautiful, nice, neat knife. And the video had just the right amount of
sound none lol. Thanks for sharing.
Steven Jennings: Great well made knife
beastlyboe: Didn't think I'd like the short blade with the long handle but it looks
MasterK9Trainer: I like the way you utilized scraps for the handle, repurposed and modified
the blade, created a solid connection with a regular screw and you made
something useful and beautiful.
mariusloren: Are you from Russia?
Algovian: Really cool. Awesome idea to use a blade of a pruning shears. And the
result ... really beautiful. I think I said it before ... you're an artist,
Lacides brochado salas: wuauu... amigo me encanta el mango quedo muy guapo buen cuchillo... very
kaziklu79: Thank you, Greg!
kaziklu79: Thanks! I think you're right but must test it with some bacon ;)
s10m0t10n: A really nice job, there. I like the 'use what you can find' approach and
that you turned one tool into something quite different. That piece of
acacia wood turned out to be an excellent choice, too. Great work - thanks
for sharing it.
kaziklu79: Thank you, my friend!
kaziklu79: Thank you very much for this so nice comment, Stiobhan! Greetings from
Tjolbi: Very nice recycling mate, well done! :)
kaziklu79: Thanks, glad that you like it! :)
kaziklu79: Thanks! Acacia is my favourite handle wood now, has a beautiful pattern.
TheStickBow1: Nice!…very resourceful and what a beauty.
ElmStreetKid1986: Haha! Not THAT is cool!!!
stevenk1965: Great job really looks good. I have an old broken pruner in my shop. guess
what I'm going to do with it? Thanks for showing, Steve.....
kaziklu79: Thank you very much ,Bernhard! Your comments are always very encouraging.
sweep7720: Awesome! I really like how that turned out. Simply beautiful!
kaziklu79: Thanks, Eugene!
Danilo Pavlin: GREAT IDEAS FOR AN AWESOME PRODUCT!!!!! CONGRATULATIONS Cheers form Slovenia
thetopicala: I love that Acasia wood. Great inspiration this blade. Gongratulations.
kaziklu79: Thanks! Glad that you like it :)
Ar Pharazon: Lots of interesting stuff on this knife: the recycling of the pruning
shears, the glowinthedark, an especially that piece of acacia ! Very well
kaziklu79: Thanks a lot!
kaziklu79: Thank you! :)
kaziklu79: Thank you! :)
kaziklu79: Thanks, Danilo! Greetings from Bulgaria!
Tomadair1: Beautiful wood ,here in Australia Acacia trees are very common please do
you know the full name of this Acacia tree so I can hunt down this fine
wood as I like it very much ,particularly the way you cut the wood to best
show the grain,beautiful work ,thanks for sharing.