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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Kenneth F Huls, Sep 10, 2019.
BeastClaw, many thanks for that pic!!! Just what I was trolling for, man! BEAUTIFUL blades there.
Those old 2 bolt Badgers are something special.
Completely agree, Blueoak. I have never seen one quite like that, though. That distinctive logo ought to date it pretty accurately. Anyone a Busse logo historian and can clue us in a bit more? Would love to know about her.
Gorgeous Badgers, Andy! That is the first SOB set of scales in the original brickwork that I actually like, too!
Here is the picture of my 2 bolt Badger with a couple of older Badgers and some other older Busse knives.
I have not really seen any other 2 bolt Badgers so it was good see that picture. They seem very scarce.
Franfrickin'tastic pic and collection, Blueoak! So is that the only two-bold Badger model? I thought there was a drop point in addition to that radical clip point.
I cant say, I have never seen a drop point. I have only seen the clip point. I really started out looking for old Steel Hearts and Battle Mistress' and just kind of ended up with all these knives....lol
Funny how that tends to inevitably happen!
It is the opium that Jerry mixes in with the INFI I tell you.....
I agree – I assumed all 2-bolt Badgers were clip points.
Also, thank you for the photo – I love the Mean Streets!
Some of the prettiest lines on any knife anywhere. IMHO.
Nice comparison with Rob! What Micarta?