Having a hard time w/ pics and text.
This is a Nickel silver sheath for a knife I did a couple years ago.
It has a removable throat held on with 2 1-72 screws to service the lambskin (veg. tanned) lining.
The clasp is patterned after the Will and Finck type and one Bruce Bump did on a ring hilt...
You're right , no temp. given.
I've done 2 springs in A2 so my experience is limited to say the least.
Looked at my notes:
1080* 2 hrs. = RC 52
1100* 1 hrs. =RC 50-51
1125* 1 hrs.= RC 47-48
Hope this helps
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I am overwhelmed and at a loss for words.
By far the best outlook I've ever encountered.
I have 2 sets of handle wood from 2 different suppliers, same type of wood bought as being stabilized from K and G. One is shiny and wet looking the other set is very dry looking. I put a little water on both sets the dry one absorbed the water and wet one did not.
So does the wood always come...
When you were unchain in it I said to myself, now you just need a pallet jack and the next thing I saw...
I have an A frame with a Harbor Frieght hoist and pipe rollers and not enough concrete surface.