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Discussion in 'The Huntsman Knife Company' started by Huntsman Knife Co., May 21, 2015.

  1. Huntsman Knife Co.

    Huntsman Knife Co. KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Sep 10, 2010
    Hey guys,

    I've got a few new designs I'm working on right now.

    I have multiples of all these designs in the shop right now and have them ready for immediate order if you guys would like to purchase one.

    First up is my Parang. Its 52100 with DHT, and has a 14.5in blade. I tested out this design over the weekend and think it performs really well. Its got solid balance and can chop well despite being fairly lightweight.


    Also, I update my machete designs. The standard model now has a small guard to prevent forward slippage. I've also added a version with a normal choil.

    Let me know what you guys think

  2. Camber

    Camber Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 13, 2011
    Love the parang pattern Hunter.
  3. CapitalizedLiving


    Dec 1, 2007
    I love the front guard idea on the machete. Frankly I like that my machete doesn't have a guard, and if the handles had "scallops" cut into them, I could use the pinch grip a lot easier (see the LT Wright Genesis knife for an example of this). I think the lower pic with the smaller guard would be a lot more conducive to this type of handling, but the large guard is great for those who demand more brute force and less finesse from their blade.
  4. mykljpao


    Jul 9, 2015
    Do you currently have any machetes available? Preferably with a full choil? Handsome work.
  5. rsco


    May 9, 2009
    I like the full choil design for sharpening the whole edge evenly.

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