Kris Cutlery 's "Kris Dagger"

Blues

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Just a quick note to say that this is one knife certainly worth the $35 it cost.

I picked it up today from Larry Brahms and Vince Oller of BladeArt:

www.bladeart.com

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Here's the particulars:

7.5" Hand Forged 5160 Blade; Brass Guard; Kamagong Wood Grip. OAL: 12.5". Wooden Scabbard.

It has a great feel in the hand and is impressive considering it's small cost.

The blade came reasonably sharp and is ready for action.
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Just thought I'd share.

Blues

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Mochiman1:
Question: how in the world would you go about sharpening that one?</font>

Spyderco Sharpmaker!?!?



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the Sharpmaker is the best thing that ever happened to me in the tool-care realm. But I think the instructions call for keeping your blade edge parallel to the table top. With this very cool looking kris blade, that's going to take some real body english.
 
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