Deals for 8/4 --Pix, Giant Seax, Foxy Folly and Great Buys

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GIANT SEAX BY SANTOSH KAMI

Overall length --20 3/8''
Weight --34 oz
Spine thickness --3/8''
White metal fittings
Satisal wood handle
Leather sheath
Excellent buy at $145. *SOLD*
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18 inch 27 ounce Foxy Folly by Vim Kami. Beautiful neem wood handle.
All fittings are white metal. Western style leather scabbard. Add to your ongoing collection at $195.
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15.5 inch villager fit and finish Ang Khola by Tirtha Kami. Pala made the walnut wood handle for this razer sharp blade. All around survivalist Knife at $75. *SOLD*
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16 inch 18 ounce Hasiya by Santosh Kami. Dharan antler handle. Ideal gift for your sweetheart at $100 even.
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What?!
nobody wants the Foxy?:rolleyes:

it feels sooo lonely 'round here (in shark terms):eek:

note to self: log out now, log out now....HIKV taking over...again...
 
The Hasiya is one of the true unsung work horses of the HI line up. I can't think of a knife I have used and abused more than my HI Hasiya. Great for zebra grass and anything up to 1.5" in diameter:)
 
The Hasiya is one of the true unsung work horses of the HI line up. I can't think of a knife I have used and abused more than my HI Hasiya. Great for zebra grass and anything up to 1.5" in diameter:)

Jake?

Why are you online? Go take care of the baby.

:)
 
Oh, so close to getting my first kukri. DanSmithy, if you decide you don't want that Ang Khola after all I can give it a good home....
 
Damn, I was with a client and missed out on another giant seax! Congrats to whoever snagged it!
 
Jake?

Why are you online? Go take care of the baby.

:)

Hey, a guy's gotta work. Baby needs a new pair of shoes:p
She's in the capable hands of my wife. My shift starts at 6pm when I get home;)
 
Oh, so close to getting my first kukri. DanSmithy, if you decide you don't want that Ang Khola after all I can give it a good home....

Sorry mate...i've already paid for it.;)
but I only sharked it 5min after it "hit the water"...
actually was surprised no one was looking
would have loved that Foxy but...not this month:mad:

Oh, and welcome to HIKV!
 
The Hasiya is one of the true unsung work horses of the HI line up. I can't think of a knife I have used and abused more than my HI Hasiya. Great for zebra grass and anything up to 1.5" in diameter:)

True! Traditionaly (in my part of the world)the same design was used for harvesting oat, wheat, corn, etc, etc.
That's a lotta hand cutting for the summer/autum season!
 
I like the non-bolster handle on the 15.5 inch villager AK. Good steal DanSmithy. Too slow again.
 
Thank goodness I just bought 80 small SAKs on that famous auction place to give out to new college students. That Giant Seax was making me very nervous. ;)
 
Karda...now I'm mad, I spent 2 hours hand shaping solid copper bolsters for my re-handle job now you point out another option (wood only):p
 
With that Foxy, Vim's approaching Bura's footsteps.
Good Lord, that's a very nice looking FF with NEEM.

One of the best looking FF.

:thumbup::thumbup:
 
Sorry mate...i've already paid for it.;)
but I only sharked it 5min after it "hit the water"...
actually was surprised no one was looking
would have loved that Foxy but...not this month:mad:

Oh, and welcome to HIKV!

Thanks, Dan. I'm sure one of these lovleies will find it's way to me sooner or later...

This seems like a great place, by the way, although I've only really explored this tiny HI village part of it so far. Very friendly, and all the kukri questions I had already had good answers waiting.... nice!
 
This seems like a great place, by the way, although I've only really explored this tiny HI village part of it so far. Very friendly, and all the kukri questions I had already had good answers waiting.... nice!

You're welcome. Around here...All you have to do is ask.:)
i agree, great place...one of the few forums you don't get the middle finger for asking something trivial.
 
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