Saturday, March 30, 2019

CP27 Clip Point in 154CM and Desert Ironwood

Getting to the finishing stages of the CP27. This is a clip point hunter/skinner made of 154CM stainless with Desert Ironwood scales and 304 stainless bolster. Overall length is 8.5" and the blade is 3.75" of cutting edge. The sheath is dyed to approximate the ironwood tones.






























6 comments:

Lori said...

Very nice. I love the shape of the drop point.
Gordon

Unknown said...

Love your knives and your website/blog. I've eyeballing your site like crazy. Being retired and wanting to do things that with the materials that I have. For example I can get some steel square tubing relatively affordable. It's the motor and the drive wheel. For example I have 3 motors. All 3 are 1/2 hp at 1725 RPM . I read in your blog it is possible to make a suitable 2x72 belt grinder. The problems with the motors, none of them have a keyed shaft and they all are 1/2 in diameter. One of the better one is a Baldor that I had over 20 years and hardly used. It does have a shaft adapter with 2 set screws that go on the flat side and at threaded end to mount a wheel. I imagine I could use that . I just want you opinion on that concept.

BTW Happy Canada Day. Used to live in BC many years ago wife's family still lives in 100 Mile House and brother in law belongs to the SCA.

Viraj said...

Good work. thank you for such kind of great information. For More

RMVance said...

That is a beautiful knife and sheath sir.

D. Comeau said...

Thanks guys!

I haven't been in the shop that much as summer jobs and honey-do list is being tackled, but I do have some fillet knives in the works.

Dan

DVS said...

Nnnice blade shape! Thanks for sharing. B