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Home Products Grinding Jig

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Grinding Jig

by Weiland, Reese

SKU 1018434

Date Added 09/25/2020

# Available 1

Price $245.00

Overview

This Jig by Reese Weiland is composed of Aluminum and is designed to grind knife blades.  Scuffs and scratches are visible on the jig.  

 

Product Details

Overall Length 11

Weight (oz) 65.43

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

About the Maker

Weiland, Reese

My interest in knives began when I was 12 years old. I had an uncle, an amateur archaeologist, who made knives out of saw blades. After receiving a book on how to make knives from him one Christmas, I made a sword out of a piece of junk and gave it to my uncle. I became a member of the Knifemaker's Guild in 1988. The following year, I made my first folding knife.

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