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Discussion in 'Cold Steel Knives' started by jazub, May 7, 2015.
Here is a few that I had already uploaded here or there.
It was a nice day out today, also you can see that I've rubbed off the Ultimate Hunter etch that was on the blade,
GI Tanto with sharpened false edge and paracord wrapped handle.
What is the best way you have found to remove the etching?
Well if I had it to do all over again, I'd remove the blade and also remove the thumbstud. Then I would tape down sand paper to some plate glass and carefully push the knife along the sand paper, making sure not to weave, but keep it straight so the passing scratches from the sand paper will match up with the scratches on there already.
Is the edge towards the plunge line straight?
I'm not sure of your question, the edge of the blade is straight from the plunge line out to where it curves up to the tip, there isn't any recurve is that is what you are wondering about?
Some of my favorite BIG folding knives...
Really scary, evil looking blades...
Well I know what my next knife is going to be, that is one bad mofo.
No pics. But today I ordered a Recon 1 XHP spear point plain edge today.
Recon 1 out with a few buddies last December here in Arizona.
Recon 1 processing some fatwood. Very capable folder for backpacking.
Here is a before and after of my Recon Tanto
My beloved GI tanto:
You clipped its wings! How's it gonna fly now? Looks really nice, Gary. :thumbup: