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Thread: BT10 Chopper

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    BT10 Chopper


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    This one is rough ground. Trying to get it ready to heat treat with the rest of the S7 batch.


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    BOOOOOMMM!!!!!

    Lovin it so far.

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    BT10...I've been waiting for this one!! How thick will this one be? I can't wait to put it up to the 2x4 chop test!!

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    ban good to see the big XXXL fat stuff keep it coming............................ don

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    .300 +

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    sweet looking chopper!

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    Yep, this one will finish right around .320. 15 1/8" OAL with a 10" blade. Bob off the 1/8" from either the tip or butt and it would be competition worthy

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    Oh my......that is going to be awesome.

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    soooo clean!!!!! Can't wait to see it done. I need an anorexic version of this someday soon!

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    Wow Ban the proportions and clean lines of this knife are amazing!
    It would also be incredible made from .22 M390 with a tapered tang. Super light and brutally quick. Brilliant work mate!
    Steven

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    is this the bt 10 proto?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gomle View Post
    is this the bt 10 proto?
    Yes, it is. The very first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfaholic View Post
    Wow Ban the proportions and clean lines of this knife are amazing!
    It would also be incredible made from .22 M390 with a tapered tang. Super light and brutally quick. Brilliant work mate!
    I am not so sure that M390 would make a good chopper but I know that it would be one expensive chunk of steel . If I were to chose a stainless chopper then I would most probably chose Elmax or S35vn.

    Actually, I think a .20 version of this chopper in 3v would be pretty darn ideal. Tough, light, and fast

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    Awesome looking blade Ban, another for wish list for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ban View Post
    Actually, I think a .20 version of this chopper in 3v would be pretty darn ideal. Tough, light, and fast
    If you are making.........? I am ordering mate!
    Steven

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    This one is now sitting in the cryo tank.


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    looking very sweet ban

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    what is the price on the chopper?

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    Do you take Busses in trade?

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