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Blade Blank Drop Point 4"

18+
£11.95
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Knifemaking Stainless steel 4” drop point blade. Full
tang. With 2-pin holes and brass finger guard. 210mm
(8 ¼”) overall.
SKU
BL014
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
10.1
Overall Length (cm)
21.0
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.4
Sheath:
No
Newest:
2014-02-04 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
10.9500

Description


Knifemaking Stainless steel 4” drop point blade. Full
tang. With 2-pin holes and brass finger guard. 210mm
(8 ¼”) overall.

Specification


SKU
BL014
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
10.1
Overall Length (cm)
21.0
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.4
Sheath:
No
Newest:
2014-02-04 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
10.9500

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Reviews


  • 5
    For the first step on the knife making ladder this blade is the ideal start

    Posted by Kevin Street on 25th May 2021

    Goodp roducts at affordable prices.clear pictures easy to see what you buy

  • 3
    That will do.

    Posted by Gary on 11th May 2021

    Blank arrived in typical HH prompt fashion. On first inspection all looked good, until I got to the tang. Digs and what looked like cracks all over it. I was going to send it back but decided with a bit of work it would probably scrub up ok. A couple of minutes on the belt grinder soon had it sorted. But to be honest that should never had got passed quality control.

  • 5
    Good

    Posted by 243 on 30th Nov 2018

    This is a good little blank but a similar, slightly bigger blade has just come on this HH site for £1 less so I'd say go for that one instead. It's still a perfectly good item which would make a nice Bushcfaft knife , though & is a well balanced design that takes a good edge.

  • 5
    A good starter for those interested in knife making!

    Posted by Joe on 18th Jan 2016

    I bought two blanks, this one and the 8.25 Bowie. compared to the Bowie it is much easier to work with, has polished up well and has generally been a fun little venture so far. I will be ordering another full tang knife soon as I have been finding this a lot of fun!

  • 4
    Very nice!

    Posted by Woodyrascel on 6th Apr 2015

    This is a very nice little blade.....once the handle was on it felt very nice in the hand and has a great blade profile....very nice especially for the price!

  • 5
    great value

    Posted by Steve on 18th Jan 2013

    Perfect service and delivery from HH. The knife itself is great value, perfect for a little project, practicing on, or experimenting on with little outlay. 5 stars all the way

  • 5
    Good value

    Posted by Safetydoc on 9th Jun 2012

    Just finished using some workbench offcuts for the scales. http://www.safetydoc.co.uk/Blade.JPG It's a good project for my 1st attempt at making a handle. If I did another, I would miss out the 3rd Pin on the end (My mistake) It fits nicely into the 5" nylon sheath - code SH262.

  • 5
    Re: Drop Point 4"

    Posted by Dave Clark on 17th Mar 2012

    What do you want for 8 quid?! I'm personally happy with this blank as it's not one I'll actually use. Do your own file work along the spine, buff it up nice & shiny & put some half decent scales on for the handle. You'll end up with a braw wee knife for the collection with the added satisfaction that you actually made it unique to your own tastes. If you want a wee project, then buy one, but if you expect perfection at this price, stop moaning & don't be so tight with the pennies, spend £40+ before moaning about it lol >;o)

  • 4
    Good For The Price

    Posted by Malc of The North on 13th Mar 2012

    For the price I think these are excellent. You have to be realistic. If you are going to buy a blank, you normally expect to do a bit of finishing. If you want finished quality buy a finished knife, not a kit.

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