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Thread: 3 big for sale. Military style Bowie, Camp knife with hamon and modern wakizashi.

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    3 big for sale. Military style Bowie, Camp knife with hamon and modern wakizashi.


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    hi guys
    I have my latest one for sale.


    IF interested please let me know via e-mail, that is the fastest way to contact me.
    [email protected]

    Shipping is 25 $ to US or 15Euro in EU with international priority mail Global Express. Prefer PayPal or Money Transfer with Moneygram. Price do not include paypal fee, sheath and shipping

    Name: Predator - Camp Bowie Price 300$
    Steel/thickness: NZ3/7mm - ~S1/0.275"
    Blade length/ Overall lengthi: 30/44cm - 11.500/17.500"
    Handle materials: vulcanized fiber/Grey G10
    Blade finish/handle finish: Hand rubbed 1000 satin finish/800 satin finish
    Weight: 789g - 27.800oz
    Others: Fuller

























    Modern Warrior Wkizashi - Second biggest. Asking only 250$ as there are some small irregularities on the false bevel.
    Steel/thickness: NZ3/7mm - ~S1/0.275"
    Blade length/ Overall lengthi: 39/59cm - 15/23"
    Handle materials: vulcanized fiber/Black G10
    Blade finish/handle finish: Hand rubbed 1000 satin finish
    Weight: 800g - 28oz
    Others: Tapered tang





















    Name: Thorn - Big Bowie asking 260$.

    Steel/thickness: N9E/8 mm - ~W1/0.300"
    Blade length/ Overall lengthi: 28/44cm - 11.00/17.000"
    Handle materials: vulcanized fiber/Black Linen Micarta
    Blade finish/handle finish: Hand rubbed 1000 satin finish, etched, polished
    Weight: 680g - 24.000oz
    Others: Selective hardening.half of the false edge sharp. Tapered tang and blade.























    If you want to check more of my knives please visit this thread here on BF:
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...-knives/page19

    If you want to order one please e-mail me
    If you want to be informed about knives for sale Im building between orders e-mail me as well. I will add you to my mailing list and notify every time something is available

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    Best Regards
    Giedymin

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    These Wakizashi's are impressive!

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    Those look great!
    WTB- Old Pivot Tanto Umnumzaan

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    Giedymin work is amazing. I have the Modern warrior Katana and a Heavy Predator machete and all I can say is good things about his work! Jaw dropping really! And gentleman to deal also!

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    Wow those are all awesome
    Hell of a deal too
    Great job man
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    Hi Giedymin - How much would a sheath be for the wakizashi?

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    Awesome, if I had the funds I'd jump on that camp knife

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    Hello thank you for comments.
    Leather for waki would be 80$.
    Best regards
    Giedymin

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    Can you speak to the heat treat? Method and RC...Thank-You

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    I love the style of your Japanese inspired blades, very well done.

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    What would the smallest Waki go for, if it were available...? Hypothetically speaking...

    PM with details, thanx.
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    Hello I edge quench most of my blades, depending on size, use and steel. Sometimes i draw back.
    For Nz3 steel i use draw back method (58-61Rc) and the one from W1 i clay coated it and quenched first in hot water brine and than in oil should hav more than 60Rc.
    Best regards
    Giedymin

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