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Thread: Chopping with a BBT 2.0 S7 steel

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    Chopping with a BBT 2.0 S7 steel


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    Scott

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    That was a workout and that's a BEAST of a Tusker!!!

    Appreciate your videos Sir!!!

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    Thanks for watching.
    Scott

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    That is a great looking and performing knife.
    For Sale - Crimson Trace LaserGrip Springfield XD

    wise hog "...getting older helps one realize a man's life just keeps ticking away and no amount of cash will buy even one second back, yet happy memories/experiences are priceless."

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    Thanks.
    Scott

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    You definitely got a workout, now you need to cut one of those pieces in half with the other arm and call it a day Scott. I really like that knife though.
    How are you liking that steel thus far?

    Doug

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    Thanks. I like S7 a lot. It's a great steel.
    Scott

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    Talking of S7; I have a Gossman Bolo arriving in a couple of days. Really looking forward to that one!
    I've had good past experience with other makers S7 (Survive! & Scrap Yards version SR77) and really like the steel. Easy to sharpen and very very tough
    Last edited by MR HAPPY; 01-04-2017 at 12:13 PM.

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    Nice Mr. HAPPY. The Bolo is designed by Kevin Estela.
    Scott

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    Thanks Scott. I've wanted one of your Estella designed Bolo's for some time. Looks exactly what I am looking for. Very capable knife, super tough steel and lightweight for what it delivers. Appreciate the thought and skill you put into your craft.

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    MR HAPPY email me directly through my website if you need a replacement sheath. Got your email through BF responded but it didn't go through.
    Thanks
    Scott

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