Fitting the handles Bushcraft Knife Making Series by Bruce Cheaney . Handles on Bushcraft both wood and micarta handle material. Making tutorial things that work for me and maybe help you. On some of my #bushcraft handles I use pins that I make myself out of brass welding or brazing rods. On other bushcraft tools I use Corby bolts and or Loveless rivets depending on the look I want. Fitting tool handles takes time and can be tedious work but if you take you time and carefully fit the handles when it comes time to epoxy them on they will be much easier to fit on in a timely manner.
✅ Metal working and welding supplies.
Harris Ironworker DLX Oxygen Acetylene Torch Kit https://amzn.to/2ZgwWJo
Kalamazoo 1SM 1" Belt Sander, 32 lbs, 1725 RPM, 1/3 HP Motor, 1" x 42" Belt, 4" Contact Wheel https://amzn.to/3g3EF4f
Harris Solder Kit Safety-Silv 56% 1/16 Solder 1 Ounce with Flux https://amzn.to/2BPUw7r
Simple Soldering: A Beginner's Guide to Jewelry Making https://amzn.to/38ble6B
Harris Stay-Brite Silver Bearing Solder 1/16" x 1 lb https://amzn.to/3g4m9bV
Harris SCLF16 Stay Clean Soldering Flux, 16 oz. https://amzn.to/2BlHK0P
Knifemaking With Bob Loveless: Build Knives With a Living Legend https://amzn.to/2ZgEpYN
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