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Has anybody dealt with them??? My daughter wants a lockblade of her own and I was thinking about getting a kit and putting it together for her.
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Has anybody dealt with them??? My daughter wants a lockblade of her own and I was thinking about getting a kit and putting it together for her.
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No, but, here is one I have dealt with and had no problems. Building knife kits is fun and rewarding.:thumb:

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I have bought a couple of their kits and knife blanks. It was fun to make a couple"custom" knifes to give to my sons. Good company to deal with.
 

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I know nothing about them, but have browsed their site. I am interested in their kydex sheath making kit, anyone have experience with those? I was looking to buying a few kits one for making my own xd40 holster, another for flashlight and folding blade combo, and lastly a sheath for my Buck 119. I like the buck but you would think they would step up the sheath quality of their number one fixed blade seller.
 

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Here are 2 that I made with the Jantz kits.





I am pleased with their products. I even went to their actual business in Davis Oklahoma once.

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How good is the steel in these kits? Id like to make a couple but want good steel
These hold an edge very well. They are not the most expensive ones that Jantz sells and, they do sell a lot of different brands of blanks and kits. They are good quality though.

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