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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by PeteyTwoPointOne, Oct 10, 2019.
How did the Swamp manage to DHT that hamon to such precision?
Man I love the bare steel temper line I have an old school Ratweiler that I’m giving serious consideration to stripping. Thanks for posting!
Have one just like that and wondered the same thing. Actually two, but the other one hasn't been stripped .
Probably an induction heat treat.
Love them old skool Choppys!!! I had 3 originally, sold off two of them. One came back home. A pic from WAY back when my pair were still virgins, lol.
hmmm. interesting speculation
I've always suspected that was how the DHT was accomplished given the hamon lines visible on said blades. I think the blade was drawn through an electromagnetic field to heat just a specific area, and with how it looks, I think the part heated in this way was the edge.
I could be totally wrong too though, lol.
Excuse me, your hamon is showing...
That's the most subdued , yet coolest wall-to-wall bead blast I've ever seen on a knife...it almost looks like it's been dipped in different shades of grey, silver , & black Cerakote...smoooooooth
It does kinda have a tri-tone look to it with the way the light hits the grind. I was a little hesitant to do the strip and blast job, but the result was way cool IMO. It's hard to beat the old chopweilers for an all-arounder
Awesome freaking blades to all,and thanks for staring this P2.1!
I do not think I knew these existed...
...nothing but love for my M9LE...thing is just an awesome performer...
Would love to get my hands on one of those old school DHT Swampers pictured (not soliciting, just love the DHT Busse does)...
We need a Chop Mastiff/ Chop Daddy!!
^^^^ Yes, right after the 10" bladed JackHammer!
Dooooooo eeeeeeeeet Jerrrrrry!!!!!!!!
Just make sure it's not released this year, my bank account can't handle it.
The choppy is one of my favourite Rats.
The swamp must be filled....with awesome cheese!