Thats beast! I like
Once and a while i like to sit and design dream knives i find it really fun
and since i like beckers so much i come up with a lot of designs with there handles normally in a sketch book and if i like it i make a version in adobe photoshop
hope you like it
If any of you have ideas post a doodle or sketch or whatever i would love to see some of your ideas and hopefully we we help give ethan some great design ideas
Thats beast! I like
I really want this thread to thrive i feel like it can be fun to come up with cool knife designs as a community
Tell you what, draw me up a BK2 with a 3" blade, Micarta handle, with a divot for a bow drill. I got a Tops XCEST yesterday, and I would love it if I could see a BK2 style blade with the same setup.
3/16", sabre grind, 3" blade, micarta handle with a divot for bow drills, slight raised jimping, and an extended tang.
Whatchoo got now?
I can call it the BEST
Once and a while i like to sit and design dream knives i find it really fun and since i like beckers so much i come up with a lot of designs with there handles normally in a sketch book and if i like it i make a version in adobe photoshop
SilentJohn, any type of sizes or dimensions on the work horse ??? I can see a lot of possibilities with this . . .
(#23) Home Stretch . . .
Rat Pack # 837
I'll take one ASAP...
Very cool. I like it.
Knives are functional art
JUST1MOR I was thinking of a 12-13 inch blade maybe
And thanks for the compliments
Chisel meets chopper,cool!
45 degree on the forward tip, to avoid strikes
top side should have a curve where the two levels meet, to avoid snags
laser level and/or sight
Saw running the length of the blade spine.
Nail pulling notch at the chisel end.
Super secret spy decoder under the grips.
if you guys really want to see it with the saw i will do it but from what i have heard a lot of people say that a saw on a knife is a bad idea
i did the curve and 45 degree angle for you bladite and i did the nail notch for you dingo. i also extended the blade about 1 1/2 inches to really set it apart from the tactool
The transition on the spine still looks like it would be a problem. How about from the upper portion where it is now angled down to the bottom of the thumb ramp?
here you go.
The Big T stands for the big tactool
here the knife moose wanted sorry if the pic is crappy, bk2 witch thumb ramp and a 3 inch blade with micarta scales and a bow drivit hole
Last edited by SilentJohn; 12-18-2010 at 03:49 PM.
What if the MaTac had a bit longer handle? Hand and a half sort of thing. Something short enough to use one handed, but you could get two other fingers in there as well.
I like the idea of the scandi grind up near the handle as well, maybe 5" worth, or so. Round off the spine towards the last half, so it's nice as a draw knife.
What's the thickness of this beast?
i was just going with 3/16 like the bk9
The MaTact with modified hand 1/2 handle scandi and rounded spine on the back half
Last edited by SilentJohn; 12-18-2010 at 04:29 PM.
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