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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by MTBmonkey, Sep 7, 2018.
My first Scandi and I love it.
This knife is quickly becoming the one that is always with me.
Good looking patina!
Thanks, it's been on light duty kitchen tasks.
One of the new models... the Talona.
(Guessing 4+” blade?)
It’s right at a 4” blade.
@RobbieB awesome shots as always! Glad you’re putting them to use!
A quick tuna salad lunch earlier
Thanks! Russell already answered, but dimensions for all Cohutta models are in the Cohutta Model Specs thread.
Have to admit that I didn’t bother to look there since it was a new model...
@Cohutta was going to DM you on IG but decided to post here instead:
I’ve had the MTT EDC for a week now and it has quickly become one of my (quite possibly even my absolute) favorite knife.
7” OAL hits a sweet spot for those of us that live in urban environments and are limited in what we can reasonably carry. For my medium (gravitating towards large) hands, a 4” handle is just the right length for a comfortable full grip. A 3” blade covers pretty much any task. The 4:3 ratio is also esthetically very pleasing.
In 3/32 SFT, it pulls off the feat of being both slim and stout. PERFECT for its size.
I LOVE this knife! It’s a phenomenal design. Thanks again!!
ETA: I should add that I wouldn’t hesitate to carry it hiking or during any other outdoor pursuits where a larger knife isn’t necessary.
(I still love my Micro Strebig in 3/32 TT, too, of course, and will never part with it. Even slimmer and lighter, and with a touch less height in the blade, it is my “elegant gentleman’s” - some might call it “city slicker” - fixed blade)
Appalachian Skinner enjoying some fall colors
@RobbieB has a BBP that I want
awesome piece of split firewood
I’m a little bit offended that you never compliment the nice placemat featured in my pics...
Where might a person go to see pics of all models together?
Cohutta model specs thread.