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Discussion in 'KA-BAR Knives' started by gundude73, Aug 8, 2011.
Its only about - 15°celsius here...
Jump to beckerside now.
My beckerwest gaw win came to use.
Ka-bar makes some fine cutting tools..
Since Ka-bar knives are ridiculously expensive over here(sweden) i can only afford one of either the bk62 or the bk21 so if Ka-bar is planning on shutting down either of them please let me know... = time to buy
The only good if any about weather that COLD is your meat stays fresh
Finally gave up on the stock SHEATH just not enough room the edge is just to CLOSE the Knife is Absolutely AWESOME and a HAIR SPLITTING MOFO
You have to be just to CAREFUL that it's just a pain each and every time and I still managed to cut in don't know if it's just mine or are they all that way ? Anyone else?
Mine came with the sheath sliced. KaBar did right (they always do) and replaced it for me.
Mine came fine . I've cut mine myself even trying not to . I'am fine with it as I've never cared much for leather sheaths anyway, but I have to say after my 62 arrived and seeing how well that leather sheath and knife combo works together I now like that leather sheath a lot . KaBar is a GREAT Company and I'am sure they would do what ever to make any problem right
My latest vintage acquisition, just need to clean some rust...
More Vintage Ka-Bar...
My understanding is that this is a 1987 mother of pearl handle doctors jack knife. It is in exceptional condition and will make a nice gentlemen’s folder.
This was just delivered; a very pristine drop-point hunter from 1981...
That is sweet. Looks brand new.
A Dolphin from 1988.
F077D745-1FCF-4275-A0D3-F1F07A7C7258 by Duncan Moore, on Flickr
Baconmaker getting it done
Globetrotter is a Great Knife and pocket carry now
Yes, it is. I like the entire Jarosz fixed blade line.
A bunch of Ka-Bar’s both old and new: