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    Thanks Huy, just havin a lil fun


    ETA: I tried to fit Ban Tang in there, turned out to be too hard. Had to settle for that, or even shorter (at the cost of less light):

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    Thumbs up Ok...WHATQ!#$#%

    I guess I just added a BT7 recurve to my list.. That is a thing of beauty! amazing.


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    BT7 came today. UNREAL!! BEST FEELING,FASTEST Blade I've handled!! Thanks,Ban





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    Thumbs up My first two from Ban.

    A BT4 and a blunted pikal for skinning purposes.

    The BT4 is (like another guy stated in the bushcraftcontest) hands down the sharpest knife I have ever had . The ti pikal has a very toothy edge. Really looking forward to use it on this years elkhunt.


    Great work Ban, just awsome!
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    nice combo there Gomle.. i love my (choilless)BT4..

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    Nice combo gomle! Let us know how the pikal performs!

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    Ti clip edc

    Great knife for edc! Light enough to forget it's in pocket until needed. Thin enough to fit in pocket with a cell phone. Thanks Ban.

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    Sweet, looks like the Ti stuff is getting out there
    Congrats Gomle And, nice wrap, Yardhook!

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    Yardhook,

    Good job on the cordwrap. Nice leather pocket sheath Did you make that as well?

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    Thanks for the compliments. The handle is still a work in progress, I keep re-wrapping it with different types/diameters of cord to see how the grip feels. The leather pocket sheath took me a while, but it is in finished form.

    Works great for pocket carry.

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    Ban,
    You make some absolutely stunning knives. If I ever had the money and an opportunity to purchase one I would be all over it. Keep up the good work!
    Now that I have seen, I am responsible. Faith without deeds is dead.

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    3rd Generation Pikal Sorry for the shadows, quick shots before heading out for work this morning.








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    BT4 meets Champagne Mango

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    It's a little early to try my BT4 in the game fields but it's never too early for food prep duties, so today I used it to slice and dice a Champagne mango which was then mashed, mixed with garlic and habanero granular, spread over cod fillets with mushrooms, and baked. A rather tasty start for the BT4!
    All the Federales say, they could have had him any day,
    They only let him slip away, out of kindness I suppose.


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    Very cool. Champagne mangos are so good and on cod fillets like that...dam man Im hungry now.

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    The mango and cod looks yummy! The BT4 don't look too bad either

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    Thanks guys for the comments. The BT4 and the mangos both performed excellently. The Champagne mango is called the Carabao mango in the Philippines. With my last wife, I purchased 2 hectares of a Carabao mango plantation and had big plans for it but ended up giving it to her in the divorce as foreigners can't own land there. A classic example of "She got the gold mine, I got the shaft".
    All the Federales say, they could have had him any day,
    They only let him slip away, out of kindness I suppose.


    Proud supporter of JK Handmade Knives #41.

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    BT4 olive linen w/ red liners. Ban awesomeness!
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    Mini-Bowie makin easy work of a pile of Chanterelle's,,,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ban View Post
    1/8" S35vn and some good ole black canvas micarta. This one is basically a slightly modified/shortened version of the Mini Bowie.












    Just got this baby tonight, could not be happier!

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    On the trail with our mini-bowies. Photo courtesy of HikingMano.


    Another not so nice pic from me.
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