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thanks. i figured they would not take a hard beating. how will the edge hold up to cutting through wood, bark, thick ropes. and things like...
after going on a backpacking trip in the rain i decided i need a reliable knife that i can beat the crap out of. the first thing that popped into...
blade size: around 3 inches
shape: drop point or tanto.
steel: 145cm, or mybe infi :)
lock: axis hands down
handle: aluminum with g10...
i frequently loiter in this forum becasue i think busses are one of the most beautiful knives you can buy :) the picture thread is great.
i like benchmade becasue of the design of their knives, i dont like the look of spyderco's. and the axis lock, buttery smooth, locks up tight.
if i was you and i had money i would go with one of the smaller busses.
i like bigger blades for the simple reason that the slice better. and i just. . .like them, and they look cooler when you flip them out really fast.
wow, i feel like such an a$$ right now. i tryed to order from a site called razorLIMIT knives.
i feel so stupid right now. . ....
deer is good eating.
i had the opposite with them trying to order a microtech.
new graham got me the knife i wanted in no time at all.
i would have to go with 189.
if you are in the middle of a corn feild, surrounded by snow. and cant get to shelter, you dont deserve to live much longer :) no, just jokeing....
can you go down to say. . . mybe like 150 :D
a fixed is out of the question. i have been privilaged enough to hold someones battle mistress when i went camping once! busse is on the top of...
no offence taken. these knives have been used over alot of years, not like he took them all out in a matter of like 2 years.
soo. . .
710 over a manix???
one person should not be allowed to have so many nice knives.
i have to get my hands on a manix now. he isnt lacking any tools, they have more tools that you can imagine were he works.
comming back into...
i know i have played around with them, i want one real bad.