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Discussion in 'Outdoor Gear, Survival Equipment & More' started by LMT66, Jan 18, 2010.
Bark River Kephart and #1 and #4 Russell Grohmanns in carbon.
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One of these is on my short list! I have yet to hear anyone say anything negative about one of Abe's knives.
NJBillK thank you - for the first time it kept telling me the file was too large. I think Bladeforums was having a glitch.
It truly is a fantastic knife and the edge he puts on it is absolutely perfect. You don't even have to sharpen this thing, just some passes on a strop after using it for a while and its back to razor sharp. I started a thread on it a little while ago here... http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1353272-Diving-Sparrow-Knifeworks-wow!!
This is kinda like a super high end Becker bk2. Thick, sharp and the blade is just a hair under 5"
And what's the acronym for that Busse? Fine looking handle btw, reminds me of modified skinny ASH.
BAE2 I think. Badger attack ergo 2nd edition. Just started shipping.
That's a beaut! Love the handle.
Are they making a thin version?
I doubt it. This one is 7/32 or .218" thick. Seems overkill but the high saber grind seems like it helps. I've not used it because I doubt I'll keep it.
Spyderco's Bushcraft UK is one of my favorites to take out into the woods
Not super exciting, but I have really gotten back into enjoying Mora's. The Companion still being my favorite.
This ugly modified Basic works really well too
This one from Jeff White is also a favorite. Hard to beat a handmade knife that costs $40!
But my John Bradley probably sees the most use. I love this knife.
I have 3 fixed blades that fit into this category. 2 I have with me and the third is at home. The first isn't a typical "bush" style blade, it's the SOG Seal Pup. The second one surprised me with its value in that it was very inexpensive and meant to be just a beater. The Ozark Trail no namer from Wally World. The third one I have at home is the Gerber Big Rock. The Big Rock is probably my favorite of the three and it is more of a bush style / traditional fixed blade than the other two I have. I can spend a fortune on folders and gadgets but my fixed blades are pretty simple.
Sent from my electronic multi-tool.
Just finished this one up. Going to test it at the wilderness camp I instruct at this coming week.
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Lately I've been using and really liking Battle Horse knives. I have the Highlander, the Bushcrafter and a new custom muk. If you're into Muks then feast your eyes on this one
Muk next to a busse hog muk for reference