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Got my bk16

Discussion in 'Becker Knife & Tool' started by dramos1, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. dramos1

    dramos1

    246
    May 4, 2012
    And my God does it feel good in my hands lol I have mixed feelings about the coating though, its a rough texture and I love the look of it, but I imagine it's going to cause a lot of friction. Either way I don't think I'm going to strip it anytime soon. uploadfromtaptalk1347240750350.jpg
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  2. jim62

    jim62 Banned

    508
    Apr 9, 2007
    D,

    Glad you like that BK16 !

    It's a great knife.

    If the new coating bothers you, get some 320 grit blade carbide paper. Carefully rub down the side of the blade. The 320 is just rough enough to knock down the high sports of that finish. It makes it pretty silky feeling and really slicks it up.
     
  3. bullet08

    bullet08

    289
    Apr 22, 2011
    can't wait till my 16 gets here. mine will get stripped. i like things simple. and with jim62's scales.. i can't wait. thanks jim.
     
  4. tincansurvival

    tincansurvival

    200
    Feb 8, 2012
    Use your knife...the coating won't stay the same if you do. I womped on mine until it was nice and smooth. My goal is to strip it via use and then Clich it.
     
  5. tman038

    tman038

    Dec 21, 2011
    congrats on the 16!
     

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