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Discussion in 'KA-BAR Knives' started by Guyon, Jul 10, 2015.
This is where the "Afraid" part comes in...
Thank you for noticing.:thumbup:
I hate seeing these. I've been doing everything possible to keep from needing one. It's not working.
Gorgeous looking blade. More specs/details please.
Here's a weird one and I know it's the furthest thing from a design standpoint but.... This thing will actually CHOP. I mean, it's not half bad. :thumbup:
Something you should never, ever, never do with your knife and I swear I will never, ever, ever do again... but dammit I could not help myself. OH...it's good though....
I gotta pick up some melons this week.
Gonna work over some fruits...
I also find it extremely hard to resist the temptation of this with dagger style blades. I think I've re-done the tip of my CS Counter-Tac 1 3 or 4 times now due to bad throws lol. Yay for the soft AUS8!
The more I see these EK's the more one might need to make its way onto my LBV, or rigged into my western boots.......
Some good reading fo yo azz....
Big and mean! In "harm's way" you couldn't have a much better partner. :thumbup:
I was blown away when I saw these come out. I want one :thumbup::thumbup:
So there I was, 11 years old, and I had saved up over $180 from my allowance. We were on one of the shops on base, and I was there for one thing: the Lego Millennium Falcon. Of course, because I wanted it, it wasn't in stock, but it got me to thinking. Next aisle over they had some knives, and the one I really wanted to get was a dagger styled knife. My dad talked me into a different one, but it had that beautiful long slenger pointy/stabby blade and I have always, always regretted not getting it. Upon opening the box, all of that disappeared. This thing is amazing. Fantastic job Ka-Bar producing a fantastic design!
the handle looks really uncomfortable to me. too angle-y looking. how does it feel?
Outstanding. Really. You have to hold it to believe it, but it is a great grip.
ok, i'm sold. now to work on the wife
looks like it wouldn't be so hard to duplicate the vietnam era EK handles
We had some outstanding battle blades during the Vietnam Conflict, didn't we?
I just prefer the look of wood handles
Yea - I am afraid Jason is pushing me over the top on this one.
I like the story behind it and the company that is makin it, and the country it is made in.
What's not to like!
Oh boy oh boy, that is a pretty pretty piece. Can't wait for the bowie version. Too many knives, not enough money...