Monday, November 7, 2011


Ever since my public humiliation, my pocketknife's sad state of disrepair was a daily burr. I reacquainted myself to the workshop and cut some wood.

Brazilian Cherry; Jatoba wood. Wax finish; Imperial Sizing Wax
 It's nice to have something custom made close at hand.
Repair was more cathartic than a range run. The wood came from the clearance table at the local Woodcraft store.  Hoping it ain't on the verboten list. Wanted a wax finish. Imperial Sizing Die Wax is marketed as a high end resizing lubricant. I often use it for my rifle cases. I little bit goes a long way.
The wood soaks it up. Wiping off the excess buffs the wood to a satin finish.

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