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Proof Of Busse (and Kin) Superiority

Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Micro-Bevel, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. hydeinmind

    hydeinmind Gold Member Gold Member

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    hydeinmind Gold Member Gold Member

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  5. facehugger

    facehugger Gold Member Gold Member

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    Sep 25, 2013
    Speriority is the right word - even if i might get blamed for that :oops:

    At work i figured out that a TGM can do MUCH MORE than i really thought.
    I had to cut out round about 100 gaps out of an existing epoxycoating to build expansion area btw two concrete elements for a new flexible waterprof coating.

    My problem was, a gap to another was about 5-6 meters (aprox yards) away, on the roof there were no electricity and i didnt had a tool which would withstand this material (accu wouldnt last for long)...

    So far so good i tried with a chisel but realized fast the gapcut wouldnt be really straight and lot of material will break out and loose.

    Well then... i took a look onto my team gemini medium :cool: --> Jerry pls forgive me !
    Set up the TGM and took the hammer ... *BANG*
    After one gap i checked out the blade and i was extremly surprised, not even scratches, NOTHING.
    So i decided to continue ...

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  6. facehugger

    facehugger Gold Member Gold Member

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    Sep 25, 2013
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    It is just incredible!
    The pics were made after about 60 of those gaps, i mean the blade stopped mostly at the concrete underground and it was just hardcore use at all...

    It proved me: thats MY knife!
    You cant crack a Busse, it will crack you !
     
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  7. RobStanley

    RobStanley Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Dec 27, 2006
    That is awesome man!
     
  8. MacLaren1

    MacLaren1 Gold Member Gold Member

    May 15, 2014
    God, I love the ASH 2! Such a good lookin well rounded blade.
     
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  9. Jerry Busse

    Jerry Busse Moderator Moderator

    Aug 20, 1999
    Facehugger,

    Your Team Gemini M sent us a "Thank You" card for sending her to you! :thumbsup: :cool:

    She said she loves the abuse and feels right at home! :eek::thumbsup::cool::D

    Another match made in heaven! :thumbsup: :D

    Great pics! :thumbsup:

    Let's Drink!:thumbsup:

    Jerry :D



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  10. Leonardo63

    Leonardo63 Basic Member Basic Member

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    May 24, 2017
    Great story! Reading that I started hearing a melody from my much younger days- Seeing these things makes me grin even wider that yeah, I did good grabbing on these awesome pieces of metal gods :D
    Singing to myself :D

    "That's right here's where the talking ends
    Well, listen, this night there'll be some action spent
    Drive hard callin' all the shots
    I got an ace card comin' down rocks"

    Even worse
    got some Gemini Infi coming down on them rocks! - Sometimes my worst fear is not finding a task for my knives to impress me ;)
     
  11. facehugger

    facehugger Gold Member Gold Member

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    Sep 25, 2013
    The funny point over all is:
    If i used an electric tool, i would have loose so much time, almost impossible to name it. But in switzerland manpower is pretty expensive compared to material.
    So i earned even a good amount of money more by beeing faster than i thought to be.

    We all buy a lot of overpowered or overconstructed things, we mostly dont even try to use at limit - my opinion: just try n do it.

    Those blades arent only nice collecting pieces - theyre made for eternity.
     

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