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    So tell me....... What Stupid Sharp knife is on your wish list?

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    Ban , My wish list include the BT4 recurve and the Hawkbill EDC. both are sweet designs .

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    .200 fat bt4 in ironwood

    .200 d2 fat BT4 IN IRONWOOD DON B.

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    i think i would probably have to go with one of those kitchen knives..

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    The Santoku
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    Santoku is sweet! or the Outdoorsman without the chhoil.

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    I like 'em small,so the bt4 & cp edc w/ironwood for me.
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    A Pikal, let me know if/when you plan on making more

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    A BT4 without a choil would be such an awesome woods knife! I would love one of those.
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    I like that clip point EDC. Oh yea.
    Andy Roy

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    Congratulations on your own forum...

    I really like the BT4- very simple classic design. Maybe in knock out a few dozen of those in different steels like the Spyderco Mule for us steel junkies- S90V, 52100, D2, 3V etc. Smaller choil or choiless or sharpening notch options. Convexed. These will appeal to the bushcrafter craze for sure...

    That santuko is hot... V10? A matching parer for a set would rule...

    A sticky with your contact information, services offered/price list...

    Keep up the awe inspiring work.

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    The BT6 for sure... specs?

    Ski

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohski View Post
    The BT6 for sure... specs?

    Ski
    That particular and currently still the only BT6 Proto Camp Knife is made out of 3/16 CPM3V with a full flat grind and distal taper from plunge to tip. It also sports a tapered tang and maroon linen micarta handles. Full Flat grind that transitions right into a zero convex edge, OAL=11 3/4, Blade=6, Weight=8.8oz.

    I envisioned it to be a mid-sized featherweight camp knife that will slice and dice for kitchen duty and still be robust enough to do some light chopping and finer woodcraft type work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ban View Post
    That particular and currently still the only BT6 Proto Camp Knife is made out of 3/16 CPM3V with a full flat grind and distal taper from plunge to tip. It also sports a tapered tang and maroon linen micarta handles. Full Flat grind that transitions right into a zero convex edge, OAL=11 3/4, Blade=6, Weight=8.8oz.

    I envisioned it to be a mid-sized featherweight camp knife that will slice and dice for kitchen duty and still be robust enough to do some light chopping and finer woodcraft type work.
    I like every thing about it...

    Ski

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    EDC, BT4 both with loooooooong clips and sharper points. all your designs are looking fantastic, ban, it's nice to see you with your own forum now.

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    I'm going with the extremes here.

    I'm really liking the Pikal and Hawkbill EDC.

    Then I am really hoping for a large chopper. Something like a bolo machete or golok but a little thicker for chopping harder material than vines and light vegetation.

    Finger crossed.

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    I have to say, it looks like you make some VERY fine knives! My wish list:

    Santoku (it just looks so elegant and SHARP!)
    Hawkbill EDC
    Clip Point EDC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrkon Lawson View Post
    I'm going with the extremes here.

    I'm really liking the Pikal and Hawkbill EDC.

    Then I am really hoping for a large chopper. Something like a bolo machete or golok but a little thicker for chopping harder material than vines and light vegetation.

    Finger crossed.
    Good to see you stopping by bro! The Tigress is 18" OAL with a 12 1/4" Blade. It has a slight forward rake more like a khuk vs a straighter or sweeping golok like blade. Thickness is right around .200 so it is still quite a bit more stout than a machete. I will be testing her out real soon. If all goes well I may have some action vids of it going through 2X4s, water bottles, and whatever else I have around to chop

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    Oh, I forgot to add the knife that's on my wishlist for just about every maker to make--now if only I had the money to make that happen :P


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ban View Post
    Good to see you stopping by bro! The Tigress is 18" OAL with a 12 1/4" Blade. It has a slight forward rake more like a khuk vs a straighter or sweeping golok like blade. Thickness is right around .200 so it is still quite a bit more stout than a machete. I will be testing her out real soon. If all goes well I may have some action vids of it going through 2X4s, water bottles, and whatever else I have around to chop
    That sounds real good Ban. Awesome looking design too. I can't wait to see it in action. I'll keep my eyes peeled.

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