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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Badzila83, Dec 9, 2012.
Check out Andrew Jordan, outstanding.
Grayman makes a tough carbon steel bowie. Not convex but you can do that yourself or have someone who does regrinds do that for you. Probably would come out to under $500 too.
In Holland there is Hill knives. They make the official knife for the special forces. It's the KCT model and the SOK model. I would recommend you Andrew Jordan.
I have used his knives aswell. Very talented man. Makes knives for US SF operators, british SBS, british SAS, German KSK, France GIGN, dutch KCT and Marsof, swat teams. I know he even made knives for Israeli sf operators. You can contact him. Great guy.
And Daniel Winkler makes some hardcore knives/tools.
Talk to the Behrings, look at Treeman Knives....
Something smells like the next generation of Gecko45.......
My favorites in order are:
Busse #1 Treeman Swamp rat and scrapyard Fehrman Mercworx and then you get down to the Cold steel and Sog line.
My choices would be these, in this order of my personal preference:
(all three under $201.00)
1. A Combative edge SALUS, designed by Rob Walker, made in Italy by FOX.
Paid $200 new, amazingly well balanced knife, very well made, well designed with about 5 different grip options, nice sheath w/ leg attachment option.
The Tanto is no longer made, only a drop point is made now.
2. An E.K. Commando Bowie made in the U.S.
Paid $150.00 and I put a convex grind on it.
3. As 'killgar' mentioned:
I paid less than $89.00 for this unused 1970's Made by Camillus in N.Y. before they went bankrupt.
I sent it to Jason Brous and he put a sharper edge on it as well as the swedge.
I would talk to bryan breeden he makes some hardcore knives for a very good price he is the man i used for my SHTF knife and i could not have asked for a better man to deal with.
He can make your knife to your custom design with what ever type of steel you choose and he puts a convex edge on his knives that is strong razor sharp and easy to mantain.