Corby Bolt - 303SS - MEDIUM - .182" shaft .250" shoulder

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  1. Secure!
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    Those scales will never come off. A friend was watching me add some scales using these and was impressed to say the least. Easy to use and a very secure fastener! I prefer them to pins as most of the knives I make are for hunters and get some really rugged use.

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Corby Style Bolts

  • .182" Shaft .330" long shaft

  • .250" Shoulder .285" long shoulders

  • .296" long thread

  • Over all length is .919"

  • Stainless Steel

  • both ends slotted

  • Use these Corby style bolts to connect handles to a knife tang. For a full tang knife:
    • You drill a hole in the tang the size of the shaft. Then you drill holes part way through the handle material the diameter of the shoulder.
  • For a hidden tang knife:
    • Dry mount your handle to the hidden tang so it doesn't move. Drill a hole through both handle and tang in one pass. Then drill the handle material partially to depth the diameter of the shoulder.
  • Screw the two parts together fastening the scales to the tang. The ends of the bolts are slotted so you can use a screw driver on both ends to tighten the bolt. When you have it tight, you grind off the excess bolt material leaving a nice pin showing. You can also grind the shaft and/or threads to shorten them up. The shoulder and shaft are almost certainly longer than the thickest handle/tang combination.
  • We have these custom made exclusively for us. 

NOTE: These are sold in single bolts. You will probably need to order 2 of these for a typical knife handle. The picture shows several for clarity of illustration. You are ordering one each as shown above.