Working With Ivory And Bone

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    Working With Ivory And Bone

    This is a great HELPFUL page put up on the web by David Boone of Boone Trading Company.
    Ivory And Bone Working Instructions.
    If you are an aspiring knife maker & want to make that first fine Ivory handled knife click here.
    IVORY - BONE - Working Instructions - Click Here
    He is a great guy and very fair and honest. I've known him (by phone) for many years.
    He makes some very nice Grade~A Ivory grips for the 1911 and also fine grips for the Colt Single action Army type revolvers.
    I'll also post a link to his web site.
    He carries LOTS of UNUSUAL natural and animal related items.
    He also sells ivory slabs & scales for knife handles and gun grips.
    He has Kudu horns & Sawfish bills & walrus teeth & other truly odd stuff.
    Check out his on line catalog also.
    YOU WILL LOVE THIS CATALOG - Click Here!
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    Wow, I like that site. I would like to try scrimshaw and noticed they have a kit to learn on. I may buy one to play with on a rainy day....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumper
    Wow, I like that site. I would like to try scrimshaw and noticed they have a kit to learn on. I may buy one to play with on a rainy day....
    LOL! Remember the "leather kit" you bought .....to "play with on a rainy day"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospector
    LOL! Remember the "leather kit" you bought .....to "play with on a rainy day"?
    Uh oh, my conscience just showed up, lol.

    But, yes, I do, I take it out every once in awhile and smell the bag of leather. I also have a woodburning set in my shop and a unassembled model of the USS Constitution in my office closet and more "other things" I am saving up for a rainy day. The problem is that there aren't many rainy days in Arizona....
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    I always have so many "Irons~In~The~Fire" at one time...that it's not even funny any more.
    My entire life is always a doggone "Work In Progress"
    My motto:
    Why Do Today What You Can Put Off Forever?
    Well, not quite that bad...lately,~ I've been managing to actually get some things done!
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