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You'll have to tell me how he does that; my WW2 had some nasty dings from some rocks in the dirt.
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That VUK is a razor. used it to knock some shrubs today, then "edge" the grass around some tree. Grass just fell over with a little sawing motion.
I keep thinking the same thing.
Ems on tamang and VUK
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On the otherad, Howard mentioned that the handle could be a "hand ripper." What exactly was different about this handle and tang?
It's a good bush knife, lighter than a khuk, better than a machete. like a large bolo, actually. i carry it on hikes more than a khuk, since...
I'd like it. I spent a few dollars buying khuks that weren't quite what I wanted.
As for Ww2 vs M43, handle is peened vs riveted. tip of the...
How do they compare when used?
The Tamang is my favorite of the line, so far. Not really a chopper like a WW2, but handles more "familiar " than a full khuk design. Big enough...
That looks like the IMA khukris, google them. Basically they biught a warehouse with a bunch of old military.
Mine balances well, amazing...
I actually got rid of a larger M-43 since I couldn't control it well. I still have a smaller 15in, 23 oz one. It was a bit redundant, so sold...
Reach out to Doug Ritter? He has practice bringing a knife idea to market.
You're killin' me, Auntie!
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Love those clip points. Make those in 6-9 inch blade and it would be another great Bowie style knife.