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Thread: 2,5,9,11,14 vs mesquite jericoh blade added new pic heavy

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    2,5,9,11,14 vs mesquite jericoh blade added new pic heavy


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    group shot







    bk 9 great job on the big pieces







    bk 5 works surprisingly well for wood processing.



    bk 2 also does a great job on the tough wood.





    bk 11 half serrated







    bk 11 regular blade





    I was really impressed with how well the bk 11 preformed awesome little beast.



    My cave man batoning club worked very well with all the bk's. Not pretty, butfunctional.

    Last edited by CowboyStyle; 03-24-2012 at 11:10 AM. Reason: escabar added

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    Now THIS is a fine Thread. Great pics!
    "There is a 5th dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition." R. Serling [Jamie (Doc V)]

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    great knives great pics great thread!



    that club is awesome BTW

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    Love the club! Unga Bunga!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skystorm View Post
    Love the club! Unga Bunga!!

    unga bunga indeed


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    Oh, hell yeah. Now this is a solid, badass batonning thread. Me and mesquite have a history, it claimed on of my Kabar 1217s once. It is not to be underestimated.

    Freaking fantastic.

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    Batoning is fun. That bk5 is underestimated when it comes to wood work but she holds her own. Very cool

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    Batoning
    Now I love me some good old fashioned batonin in the brush!

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    Nice! I love your collection of leather.

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    I'll be honest, I think thats the first baton I've seen with a lanyard. Way cool.

    Also, great thread man. Looked like a nice day out feeding the beckers .

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    Thanks guys it was a blast. Mesquite is a formidable wood. I have see it throw sparks when using a chain saw.
    Added a lanyard for my club to hang from my keys

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    Great thread!!

    New guys earning their keep!

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    Love the club! OONGAWAH!
    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyStyle View Post
    unga bunga indeed


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    Nice work Cowboy. Its good to see those BK-11's kickin some ass!!
    I just saw Clich's BK-11 destruction test earlier today. Wow...impressive!
    I love to see Beckers at work.

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    You have a beautiful family there!!!
    Truly blessed.

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    Awesome thread!! I was just wondering how Becker's would stand up to mesquite. Where I live there is a lot of mesquite and it's true, it is a very hard wood.

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    ooh serrated BK11. don't see many of those.

    mesquite. club. nice.
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    I just received my bk 14 this week so I decided to process some more wood enjoy.

    I had to cut down some think branches off my peach tree.

    BK 9 up first 13-14 cuts not the best technique on my part. I am more familiar with a machete but, the 9 makes that snap cut pretty easy to pick up.



    Bk 5 took 16-17 cuts not bad at all.



    Bk 2 about 19-20 cuts



    All three were great for general chopping duty.


    Next more mesquite processing

    Bk 9 starts them off







    Bk 5 up













    BK 2









    Bk 2 Bk 5 plus clubzilla make short work of the wood.



    Newest addition bk 14 I am loving this little beast. I am adding the new scales as soon as possible.
    Last pristine shots of my escobar.






    great little knife works very well in hand.






    bk 11 up



    both preformed very well





    the family


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    I had ordered this semi custom from jericoh blades a few months ago,way before I picked up most of my heavy beckers. Weird design I know. If you are not a fan of Tommy Lee Jones The Hunted Look away. I had some concerns on performance. But I was very surprised at how well this strange knife went through some tough wood.

    Jericoh Blades MKI Justice with G10 scales 1095 carbon rc 58. First impression very heavy almost the same weight as the bk2. The g-10 scales feel very nice comfortable grip.







    comes with kydex sheath







    replaced with some custom leather





    On to the action







    I was very impressed with the battoning ability no problems at all.







    Allows for different grips and fine work. Overall kinda weird looking but it works what can I say.






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    It is unique looking. I like it.

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