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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Micro-Bevel, Sep 10, 2010.
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Speriority is the right word - even if i might get blamed for that
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 --> 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 ...
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 !
That is awesome man!
God, I love the ASH 2! Such a good lookin well rounded blade.
Your Team Gemini M sent us a "Thank You" card for sending her to you!
She said she loves the abuse and feels right at home!
Another match made in heaven!
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
Singing to myself
"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
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.
This is my first INFI user and couldn't manage to damage it, seems I have to work hard!
The edge is still sharp after some battoning through a hard wood.
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 1
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 2
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 3
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 4
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 5
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 6
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 7
Busse Basic 9 Destruction Test Part 8
Watching him use the tip like a chisel to break up that paving stone (end of part 4/start of part 5) made my jaw drop.
Thanks for sharing these!
I miss his videos
Is there the fbm test video somewhere out there that they keep referring to in the basic 9 test?
The FFBM broke all Noss's testing equipment, the camera, Noss, and, I think, the Internet. It can't be hosted or shown without risking serious and perhaps irreparable infrastructure damage.
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Thank All Outdoor and Noss.