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Good Princess Auto Surprises Me Again

Discussion in 'Canadian Suppliers' started by dancom, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker

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  2. Toby Schmid

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    Corby's are obviously threaded, but not sure how cutlers function - expanding rivet I suppose? Glad to see in any case
     
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  3. dancom

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    Yes, the cutler's rivets are the same type as used in many production kitchen knives. The barrel part is slightly undersized. She goes over the mandrel part and expands. These would be good for doing re-handles.
     
  4. Vladimir

    Vladimir New Member

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    That's awesome
     
  5. Scott Kozub

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    Ya once they start stocking steel we'll be living the dream.
     
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    Has anyone bought a forge from Princess Auto? I tried to get the nephew to buy one but he is building his own.
     
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  8. dancom

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    I haven't used one of the Master forges.

    A fellow after my own heart. I know it's not the best way for everyone, but at $800 and $1300 for these forges one has to seriously consider making their own.
     
  9. Nieman Knives

    Nieman Knives New Member

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    I got this one off eBay for a little less than what this one is now listed for about a year ago. (Think I paid about $350ish)

    Currently $381.52 with free shipping

    https://www.ebay.ca/itm/254878879504
     
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  10. Scott Kozub

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    Not sure that price could be beat by a diy forge.

     
  11. Adam Pound

    Adam Pound New Member

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    Yeah, got my little Devil forge on ebay for 269$ including shipping. Arrived in exactly 13 days and works great!
     
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  12. dancom

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    Nice! Thanks Dan.
     

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