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Been gone from here for quite awhile, and while I don't know these kamis, I will say that the M-43 on here has fantastic curves. Looks like a...
Nice photo Warty. I think I reconize a few of those...:)
That is an exceptionally nice CAK.
I find the 18" to be the best chopper, but that's mainly because any larger and the kukri gets in the way more then anything. That being said...
If you're going to do it then this is the method that works best. There is a lot of work involed though and really isn't worth it if you plan on...
I think it's red cedar. I remember that it let off a fantastic oder when chopping.
I have 3 kukris as my users. This bonecutter, 16" ganga ram, and a 18" CAK. All are excellent for their own reasons. I can't have just one. :)
15.5 inchs overall and 23oz. I don't have any other information like thickness and point of balance on me at the moment.
If I recall correctly something around 17". It's all about technique and accuracy.
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That's not an AK bowie...it's a Munk Chunk Cleaver!
They are normally a little heavier and don't have the clip point that AK bowies have, as...
Think that's the first R-10 with finger groves. Great stuff as always. :thumbup:
That is a really nice m-43, truely wonderful lines on it. Congrats to the lucky shark.
And to better understand what you're getting into here is a little information on...
Nice photos. The hungarian is such a wonderful axe, I really need to pick one up for myself some day. I have picked up 3 A&A items recently and...
Arms and Armor smallsword. At 14oz it's a dream to hold.
Both will hold up just fine to what ever you throw at the kukri.
I have the coldsteel boken and it is far to light and floppy, go with wood.
Yes it would be, but so long as the tsuka is well made it will still be sound. As for hitting a sappling that would be considered sword abuse and...