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I made a center knife scribe, grinding jig for my thinner blades, grinding .09” steel. Spine is .09”, grinder to .025”.

 

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sweet... How much are the Ulus?

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On 2/27/2019 at 4:58 PM, gshayd said:

sweet... How much are the Ulus?

Depends on the model and handle material. Sorry for th elate reply, hard to keep track of my threads or posts!

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1 hour ago, jchtrh said:

Depends on the model and handle material. Sorry for th elate reply, hard to keep track of my threads or posts!

no biggie I'm retired got plenty of time now.  I like the Grey handle model.

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That's one heck of a pizza cutter! :laugh:

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On 4/9/2019 at 5:28 AM, Casper said:

That's one heck of a pizza cutter! :laugh:

You wonder where that idea came from! Most tourist type ulus are only good for one thing, you just named it.

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On 2/18/2019 at 3:28 AM, jchtrh said:

I made a center knife scribe, grinding jig for my thinner blades, grinding .09” steel. Spine is .09”, grinder to .025”.

 

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Gettin' ready to make my own angle grinding jig.  They sure do make it easier.

 

Those Ulus sure look good.  Best skinnin' knive ever made!

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2 hours ago, Chris645 said:

 

Gettin' ready to make my own angle grinding jig.  They sure do make it easier.

 

Those Ulus sure look good.  Best skinnin' knive ever made!

 

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One of my favorite scenes in one of my favorite movies!!

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10 hours ago, Chris645 said:

 

Gettin' ready to make my own angle grinding jig.  They sure do make it easier.

 

Those Ulus sure look good.  Best skinnin' knive ever made!

 

Thank you

 

8 hours ago, Joel74 said:

 

 

 

Great movie!

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excellent!   great job James :thumb:

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Beautiful! I started making my own ulus a couple of years ago. :thumb:

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Very nice!  Do those have a secondary grind or completely Scandi cut?  Beautiful pieces.  REAL tools vs. utility or collector item.  But still with an artistic quality.  Best of both worlds.  You make the sheathes to go with them?

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On 9/26/2019 at 10:05 PM, wish2no said:

Very nice!  Do those have a secondary grind or completely Scandi cut?  Beautiful pieces.  REAL tools vs. utility or collector item.  But still with an artistic quality.  Best of both worlds.  You make the sheathes to go with them?

They do have a secondary grind, I did that for strength and if they were to be used as a scraper, the Scandinavian cut may pierce a hide too easily.

 

i do make some kydex sheaths upon request, but most have stands or recommend storing on a magnetic knife holder.

 

i appreciate your comments.

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