Chipped Flint effect

Hoyt Buck produced the first Buck Knife in 1902. Hoyt and his son Al moved to San Diego and set up shop as H.H. Buck & Son in 1947. Al Buck revolutionized the knife industry in 1964 with the infamous Model 110 Folding Hunter. The company's innovative history and attention to quality have made for many great collectible knives.
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Chipped Flint effect

Postby Legend » Fri Apr 06, 2018 4:26 pm

Hello All ,
Can anyone tell me if it is possible to achieve a Chipped Flint effect pattern on say a Buck 110 / 112 knife blade using a Dremel type tool ?
Thanks

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Re: Chipped Flint effect

Postby tongueriver » Fri Apr 06, 2018 10:57 pm

I know a famous man who file-works the spine (and other) of knife blades and he says that he spot anneals the spine on stainless steel blades to allow him to do his work
Cal Pruett is my name; trad knives is my game. Always interested pre-war Schrade CutCo knives & always have dozens others eclectic mix to trade/sell


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