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  1. Smooth & Jigged Bone
    1. Dyed Jigged Bone
    2. Dyed Smooth Bone
    3. Undyed Bone
    4. Honey Amber Stag Bone
    5. Carved Stag Bone
    6. Camel Bone
    7. Whale Bone
    8. Discount Bone
    9. Bone Carvers
    10. Working with Bone, Stag & Horn
  2. Mother of Pearl Types
    1. White Mother of Pearl
      1. Premium White Mother of Pearl
      2. Discount White Mother of Pearl
      3. White Mother of Pearl Inlay Material
    2. Blacklip
      1. Premium Blacklip
      2. Discount Premium Blacklip
      3. Blacklip Inlay Material
    3. Goldlip
      1. Premium Goldlip
      2. Discount Goldlip
      3. Goldlip Inlay Material
    4. Abalone
      1. Premium Red Abalone
      2. Discount Red Abalone
      3. Red Abalone Inlay Material
    5. Brownlip
    6. Pink & Purple Freshwater
    7. Raw Materials
    8. Raw Trimmings
    9. Whole Shells
    10. Polished Shells
    11. Health Precautions
    12. Working with Mother of Pearl
  3. Sambar Stag
    1. Natural Sambar Stag Slabs
    2. Prime Natural Stag Slabs
    3. Amber Stag Slabs
    4. Natural Stag Crowns
    5. Amber Stag Crowns & Tapers
    6. Natural Stag Carvers
    7. Natural Stag Curved Sticks
    8. Natural Stag Rolls
    9. Discount Natural Stag
    10. Discount Amber Stag
    11. Mahogany Prime Stag
    12. Campfire Stag
    13. Resources
      1. Amber Stag Enhancement
      2. FAQ's About Amber Stag
      3. Working with Bone, Stag, & Horn
  4. Buffalo Horn
    1. Carved Stag Buffalo Horn
    2. Impala Jigged Buffalo Horn
    3. Smooth Buffalo Horn
    4. Exterior Buffalo Horn
    5. Working with Bone, Stag & Horn
  5. Ram's Horn
    1. Himalayan Rams Horn Exterior
    2. Himalayan Rams Horn Interior
    3. Working with Bone, Stag & Horn
  6. Sheep Horn
  7. Stone, Fossils & Corals
    1. Apple Coral (Melithea sp.)
    2. Tiger Coral (Melithea sp.)
    3. Fossil Coral
    4. Salmon Stone
    5. Serpentine Stone
    6. Agate & Stone
    7. Fossils
  8. Mosaic Abalone & Shell Laminate
    1. Whole Laminate Sheets
    2. Pre-Cut Laminate Pieces & Pairs
    3. Custom Cut Laminate
    4. Working with Mosaic Abalone
  9. Inlay Materials
    1. Precut Shapes
    2. Slabs
    3. Lanyard Beads
  10. Micarta & Carbon Fiber
  11. Mammoth Ivory
  12. Scrimshaw, Beads & Jewelry
    1. Lanyard Beads
    2. Jewelry
    3. Scrimshaw
  13. Wood & Leather Goods
    1. Eyelets, Snaps & Setters
    2. Leather Dyes
    3. Leather
    4. Wood
  14. Gun Grips
  15. Pearl & Wood Boxes
  16. Monthly Specials
  17. Discounts/Factory Overruns
    1. Stag
    2. Bone
    3. Horn
    4. Pearl/Mosaic Abalone
    5. Other
  18. Knife Blanks & Cases
    1. Knife Blanks
    2. Knife Kits
    3. Knife Sheaths & Cases
    4. Bolsters, Guards & Pommels
    5. Rods, Pins & Rivets
  19. Sharpeners & Flashlights
    1. Dan's
    2. Kershaw
    3. Smith's
    4. Spyderco
    5. Stone River
  20. NEW!! Products
    1. Mahogany Prime Stag NEW!!
    2. Campfire Stag NEW!!!
  21. Services We Offer
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  23. 2014 Show Schedule
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Working with Bone, Stag & Horn

Dyed Jigged Bone......Buffalo Horn

Ram’s Horn......Sambar Stag

 

These materials are easy to use. They can be cut & shaped using normal tooling (band saw, dremel tool, belt sander etc…). When making a knife handle, the first step is to flat sand the reverse side to insure the flattest possible surface to meet the liners. Cut material to fit flush with the bolsters if applicable. Secure handles to liners using pins, screws and/or epoxy (We recommend Locktite). Cut or sand away excess overhanging material. To obtain the rich interior color as per the sample board, sand with 150 grit followed by 220, 400 and polish with 1000 grit or polishing compound on a soft buffing wheel. Care should be used when processing to insure that the materials do not get too hot as this can cause a burn mark that can be difficult to buff out. If material becomes hot to the touch, let it cool and proceed.   

 

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