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    More Elk Antler Coyote Calls. I have refined the design a little and tried to make the mouth piece look like it grew right out of the antler. These are Bubinga and Cocobolo. I have burned my brand on to these, it can be seen on the shoulder of the call, it is a Bar Lazy U.
  2. Custom Steak Knives: Stainless Steel Damascus Blades; Elk Antler, Scrimshaw, Rustic Display Box

    This set of Steak Knives was a commissioned project, so it has been sold. If you would like something similar, please email me at: [email protected] Here are other Knife Sets I've built: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Other Knives? I have Hunting...
  3. Diamond Willow / Antler Cane #7

    Materials --------- Handle - Elk Antler Wood Caps on Antler Handle - Apple Tree Wood [back yard find] Wedge - Lignum vitae Shaft - Diamond Willow Satin Poly Finish Thank You for your interest. -Everyday above ground is a good day.

    Another elk antler coyote call. The mouthpiece is made from osage orange given to me by one of my co-workers. This is the first time I have worked with osage orange, it is really nice to turn, it machines so well that I was able to get such a smooth finish with my carbide tools that I started...

    Cottontail distress call made from elk antler and osage orange. The marrow of the antler is sealed with CA, finish is spray lacquer.

    Coyote call made from Elk antler and walnut. Finish is spray lacquer and CA. For those not familiar with these they make a sound like a crying baby. Waa waa waah.

    Coyote calls made from wood and elk antler. The left one is cherry and the right is walnut. The cherry one has a cottontail reed and the walnut a jackrabbit. Finish is spray lacquer.
  8. Zebrawood Puuko-Style Knife

    This is the first hidden-tang, wood-handled knife I made. The blade is from Frosts of Sweden. I used nickel silver for the bolster, and zebrawood for the handle. The handle was completely hand-carved by me from a block of zebrawood. Boy, did I have some blisters when I was done! I was...

    Coyote call made from Elk antler and walnut. Spray lacquer finish. About 5" long. It required a lot of CA glue to stabilize the inside, the antler is very porous. This one is a long range jackrabbit. The walnut is scraps from some fancy wood I turned bowls out of. I just could not throw away the...
  10. Smudge Bowl - Elk Button/Diamond Willow

    This smudging bowl was made from a elk button with a diamond willow base . The carving is based on an Achomawi creation myth . See it here - - Many ranchers here on the Canadian prairies have taken to raising elk ...

    Coyote calls made from Elk antler and wood. Woods are cherry, walnut and ambrosia maple. These required a lot of CA glue to stabilize the inside, the antler is very porous. Spray lacquer finish. About 5" long. Some of these were shown in another post. #3 is the first one I did and #5 is the...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    The topic of walnut and danish oil and such has been touched on a bunch in these forums, so I apologize ahead of time for any repetition. However, I was unable to find an answer to my specific questions, so here they are: 1) Will one coat of Danish Oil on Walnut sanded to 220-girt penetrate...
  13. Blogs
    Progress Update on the Custom Steak Knife Commission Project Hey folks, the Wife is in town getting a piece of glass for the top of my knife display box, and so I snuck in from the shop to post an update on the progress for my custom steak knife project. This is the first set of 18 knives. I...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    UPDATE: I appreciate everyone's responses to my post. I decided to order the Grizzly 555LX yesterday, and bought the table saw Steve Ramsey at from Lowes yesterday. For now this bandsaw will do more than I need it too, and this is my first REAL table saw. I have...
  15. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Not my work but saw it just had to share with my ole lumberbuds. ... . . . . .. . .. . utube video Water Experiment No. 33 Automata What a beautiful work of craftsmanship. By: Dean O'Callaghan
  16. Woodworking Skill Share
    Check this out . It's sad when you check on how to use a finishing product with the company that makes it,and you get bad information right from the horses mouth.
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