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all the youtube experts told me big blades suck for...

Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Srtr, Dec 23, 2017.

  1. Srtr

    Srtr Gold Member Gold Member

    246
    Feb 9, 2016
    anything but chopping.

    you would die instantly if you had anything over 5" long and any if you had any grind other than a scandi you would instantly be killed by the gods of the forest for daring to touch wood with an inferior grind.

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    ASH 2 disagrees.
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2017
  2. Twiztids4

    Twiztids4

    610
    Jul 17, 2014
    Link isn’t working for me. You have my attention.
     
  3. Srtr

    Srtr Gold Member Gold Member

    246
    Feb 9, 2016
    fixed the link
     
  4. Megawatt308

    Megawatt308

    90
    Dec 15, 2013
    But I read it on the internet so it has to be true.
     
  5. Hard Knocks

    Hard Knocks Gold Member Gold Member

    Oct 1, 2012
    Lol, you set that one up perfectly :D

    ASH2 is on my list :thumbsup:
     
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  6. panoz77

    panoz77

    Feb 3, 2007
    Yeah, but can it sweep the floor?
     
  7. Srtr

    Srtr Gold Member Gold Member

    246
    Feb 9, 2016
    wooden broom was next on the list to make...idk how well it'll work.
     
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  8. 6850

    6850 Gold Member Gold Member

    May 5, 2013
    Mostly internet "experts" suck...
    Big blades are cool!!
    Thanks for the pic...

    I admit I haven't thought much about the choppers...
    But that ASH-2 has a skull cracker pommel that I like.
    Along with all that heavy sharp steel!!
    And great guard...

    Let the internet "experts, more like weasels" go hide behind the
    beaded doorway to their parents basement!

    The manly men & women will venture out & use them thar big knives
    to make stuff like spoons & brooms, firewood & kindling, lean to's & cabins!!
    Totem poles & wiener roasting sticks!!

    I may have had too many baked goodies... no, not that kind, just regular
    butter tarts & short bread, lol!!

    Merry Christmas SRTR!!
    -Sixx
     
  9. hydeinmind

    hydeinmind Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 30, 2015
    I believe the ASH2 is an allrounder! That is some awesome work! Next year I’m going to clean and skin a deer w mine to further prove your point! Someone said it, not me and I wish I could take credit, they called the ASH2 the perfect proportion of slicey to choppy! I would have to agree. Obviously great at smaller finer work as well. ;):thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
  10. Cobalt

    Cobalt Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 23, 1998
    The wilderness and survival experts all pray to McGyver the God of SAK
    They love the SAK
    The hold the SAK
    They spend all their spare time playing with the SAK
     
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  11. UNRL Ghandi

    UNRL Ghandi Gold Member Gold Member

    369
    Oct 24, 2013
    I don't think the ASH 2 counts as a "big" blade in Bussedom. ;) it's so cute, I mean just look at the little guy...
     
  12. Rasmus80

    Rasmus80

    354
    Sep 21, 2011
    Actually, I sense a change in the scandigrind-force.
    More and more bushcrafttype of guys tend to gravitate towards full height flat for and all purpose woodsknife.
    Guess some folks realise that a scandigrind sucks for foodprep. And there is more to life than whittling.
     
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  13. Srtr

    Srtr Gold Member Gold Member

    246
    Feb 9, 2016
    I do like the scandi but it really is only good for woodworking for me. It kinda sucks at everything else compared to a saber grind with a convex micro edge.
     
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  14. zombieassassin

    zombieassassin Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 1, 2015
    Very nice.
     
  15. Robdude

    Robdude Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 27, 2015
    I have always gravitated to larger blades just vased on the versatility of them..cant tell you how many times ive proved someone wrong my .32 inch thick ash1 can slice an do detail work as good as their little blade...
     
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  16. CookieRawwr

    CookieRawwr Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 23, 2014
    I am into wooden ship model building and sometimes I'll use a large blade to split wood into strips to make planking. I am sure I would be confident enough to do some detail work with a TGLB or my new FBM. Those scandi blades work wonders though so I mostly use them. If it comes time to bug out or outdoors activities, I know what I will grab first though.
     
  17. duramax

    duramax KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Nov 29, 2012
    Well I had to look here, now I think I need two ASH 2’s user and a spare lol :)

    OP how’s the ASH2 compare to say a Bunker buster ?
     
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  18. MacLaren1

    MacLaren1 Gold Member Gold Member

    May 15, 2014
    Personally, I favor the ASH2 over the Bunker Buster.
    The ASH2 just feels so good in hand.
    [​IMG]
     
  19. Cobalt

    Cobalt Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 23, 1998
    The ASH2 is the perfect all arounder. Big enough to chop anything and baton anything, yet small enough to easily do small work. LEts hope Jerry brings out the satin versions.
     
  20. Yonose

    Yonose Basic Member Basic Member

    Jul 10, 2017
    If a big blade is closest I’ll use it for anything a knife can be used for. I like the weight to length ratio of the basic bolo 13 for chopping/swinging. If I could find an ash2 user I’d try that one too. I can appreciate when people who have a lot more experience than I do show off how short their knife is, though. I am just way too lazy to build a shelter with a 3” skinner.
     
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