Possible suppliers

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I originally posted this on TSD, here is a list of possible suppliers
http://www.microfasteners.com Adjustable pins
http://www.toolshop.de Hones and tools
http://www.bellforestproducts.com Wood for scales (exotic woods cut to scale size)
http://www.translucentcreations.com MOP and Shells for scales
http://www.orientalpearls.net As above
http://www.originalmarquetry.co.uk Tools
http://www.craft-supplies.co.uk Tools
http://www.dick.biz Tools
http://www.shesto.co.uk Tools
http://www.alwayshobbies.com Tools
http://www.shorinternational.com Polishing supplies
http://www.hobbytoolshop.co.uk Tools
http://www.jewel-toolcraft.co.uk Tools
http://www.midwayusa.com Case tumblers (easy way to clean and polish both straights and DE's)
http://www.inigojones.co.uk Hones (slate)
hope this is a help to all
:)
 
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I can add a few possible suppliers of interesting scale material:

http://www.moonrakerknives.co.uk/index.html
https://www.brisa.fi/portal/index.php
http://www.highlandhorn.co.uk/
http://www.thegoodstuffshop.dk/default.asp?lang=uk

I have ordered knife making stuff from Moonraker, and I'll vouch for Tony Davis: he's a good sort. The last link is well worth a look for really exotic stuff like fossilised mammoth ivory, desert ironwood, giraffe bone and oosik. If you don't know what oosik is ... I don't want to be the one to tell you ;)
 
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Rev-O said:
Yeah, I was born with an abnormally large one.
Dawkins speculates that we don't have one because of natural selection as good "hydraulics" is a fitness indicator so you shouldn't really have one Rev unless you slipped through the net but you can get one from highlandhorn if you need one. ;)
 
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