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Broom handle Bow



I’ve watched others making bows and thought I’d try making one from a broom handle. It’s hardwood but I’m not sure what type. It took me about 2 hours.

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Pt.3 IKE ECO HAWK HANDLE



The IKE Handle is a multi-use handle/sheath for our ECO HAWK. This tutorial is meant ot only suggest some build techniques that may help folks understand concepts that will aid them in making their own custom ECO handles.Later videos will cover ECO use and techniques, and haft builds. QUESTIONS? – ericag@equinoxcoronado.com hawks.equinoxcoronado.com thanks for looking.

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Pt.2 IKE ECO HAWK HANDLE



The IKE Handle is a multi-use handle/sheath for our ECO HAWK. This tutorial is meant ot only suggest some build techniques that may help folks understand concepts that will aid them in making their own custom ECO handles.Later videos will cover ECO use and techniques, and haft builds. QUESTIONS? – ericag@equinoxcoronado.com hawks.equinoxcoronado.com thanks for looking.

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Pt.5 IKE ECO HAWK HANDLE



The IKE Handle is a multi-use handle/sheath for our ECO HAWK. This tutorial is meant ot only suggest some build techniques that may help folks understand concepts that will aid them in making their own custom ECO handles.Later videos will cover ECO use and techniques, and haft builds. QUESTIONS? – ericag@equinoxcoronado.com hawks.equinoxcoronado.com thanks for looking.

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Making a Cord-Grip Knife Handle pt. 2



This is how I prefer to cord-wrap handles. The cord is 550 olive-green paracord, the knife is a 1/4″ thick, 7.75″ long (3″ blade) blank made of 1095 high carbon steel that I’m working on. Post what you’d next like to see in a video in the comments section, or in PM’s. Hardening, Tempering, Sharpening, attaching/shaping a handle, etc. Just let me know, and I’ll do what I can to oblige! Check out the youtube page, and website of Dave Canterbury of the Pathfinder School – you won’t regret it! Dave’s Youtube Page: www.youtube.com Dave’s Website: www.wildernessoutfittersarcher…

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Making a Cord-Grip Knife Handle pt. 1



To part 2: www.youtube.com This is how I prefer to cord-wrap handles. The cord is 550 olive-green paracord, the knife is a 1/4″ thick, 7.75″ long (3″ blade) blank made of 1095 high carbon steel that I’m working on. Check out the youtube page, and website of Dave Canterbury of the Pathfinder School – you won’t regret it! Dave’s Youtube Page: www.youtube.com Dave’s Website: www.wildernessoutfittersarchery.com

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