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CV sodbuster jr., working on the patina. The yellow handle is growing on me.
Winning that knife would make a feller smile so wide, folks could see his two good teeth!
I would avoid any knives with D2 blades as a first knife. Learning to get that hair popping edge will be much less frustrating with another type...
I'll take 308.
Thanks for the offer JHB. The D2 is tough to sharpen, but my main dislike is the pattern. It feels "dainty" in the hand. I think a sodbuster...
That's pretty much the same knife! I'll think about it. (wouldn't have an extra CV soddie would you?)
see this pic:
I am waiting for a smooth orange stockman and a brown gunstock bone canoe to arrive. If they are as nice in person as they look in pics, I will...
I have a Queen #11 FE single blade trapper, which is in decent condition (I've sharpened it and shaved hairs off my arm, and then put it back in...
My best friend is Kerry. She thinks I have enough knives, but probably won't notice one free one.
I have to agree that simple is better, with one exception. A lanyard knot would make a simple loop like on that Charles May knife look much nicer.
If you like the Sharpfinger, Camillus makes a version of it in 1095 steel. It retails for $38.99 on the Camillus web site.
With a "regular" drop point and a thong hole, those would make an ideal bird and trout knife!