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I prefer the Camillus version. More material behind the edge. Not quite as good for slicing, but I think it would be more durable for chopping....
BK5 and BK15 will butcher anything from a squirrel to a mastodon.
A 124 in 5160 would be mighty fine.
The BK5 is my favorite knife ever.
There's not much I haven't done with mine.
Yeah the blade is (relatively) thin, but it's way tougher than...
My old Camillus BK-5.
My favorite knife ever.
Looks kinda like a barong of some sort.
Yes but it will take time and patience.
My preference is Ontario.
I have a couple of them I've been using and abusing for over 20 years.
My favorite is the BK5, but for a survival knife, I'd go with the BK7.
I'm really digging that knife. Simple and elegant.
If you're looking for a functional blade, stay away from the stainless steel.
Machetes have been used to great effect as weapons by numerous peoples. The Cubans even used them as cavalry swords. The machete is a vicious...
In all seriousness.
Most of my tomahawks are by H&B Forge, and most of those are custom pieces they made for me.
They're very well made and realistically priced....
Been waiting for 121 weeks for mine.
He still says you'll be waiting "about 8 weeks" if you order something from his site.
The largest chunk of titanium I've ever handled was a titanium crowbar one of our local volunteer firefighters has. While it's not exactly a...
I have zero experience with a titanium blade of any sort, but it seems to me a sword made of titanium would have a very odd
balance because of...