Res c sword?

Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Ironkid883, Jul 11, 2019.

What res c sword shud be in existence

  1. Res c rucki

    11 vote(s)
    44.0%
  2. Res c waki

    4 vote(s)
    16.0%
  3. Res c scrapizashi

    4 vote(s)
    16.0%
  4. Res c cutlass

    4 vote(s)
    16.0%
  5. Res gladius

    2 vote(s)
    8.0%
  1. Ironkid883

    Ironkid883 Gold Member Gold Member

    578
    Jun 29, 2018
    I put up some obvious candidates .if youve got an idea .put it in comments .cmon folks step right up we need a res c sword just cos.....
     
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  2. zombieassassin

    zombieassassin Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 1, 2015
    Res-C Butaniku....yea.
     
  3. JACKMANDU

    JACKMANDU Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 10, 2019
    Res C INFI Rucki!!!
     
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  4. UNRL Ghandi

    UNRL Ghandi Gold Member Gold Member

    868
    Oct 24, 2013
    Satin finish Short Butaniku w/ Res C for the win. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: I'd :poop: my pants for a week if I saw that one offered. Then of course my other favorites, V14 and V8 (although not a sword), would be pretty awesome too.

    And of course I'd be fine if the V24 came out in Res C before it was offered with micarta/G10...:D
     
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  5. Stump Buster

    Stump Buster Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 15, 2007
    An XXLong Scrapizashi (in any of the three common Busse-Kin steels) with no top guard or thumb ramp (spine flush with Res-C handle)...... Yeah Baby!!!

    Might be tough to figure out a way to press a Res-C handle over a tang that long though.
     
  6. Brummie

    Brummie Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 13, 2007
    The existing resC handles wouldn’t be good for most swords as they’d be too light to balance the blade. However, I think a shorter and slightly stouter version of the rucki blade would works very well with the Regulator handle, whether or not you’d call it a sword. My suggestion:
    13” blade, about 1.25” at its widest, and full flat ground out of 0.285” stock, with a convex edge.

    Also, a new two-handed version of the Regulator handle would work well for a short sword that could chop and thrust. Something like the blade on a naval cutlass or a scaled up version of the blade on the Spyderco Darn Dao.
     
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2019
  7. Brummie

    Brummie Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 13, 2007
    A new version of the short butaniku would be great, as long as they actually sharpen it this time.
     
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  8. MattinLA

    MattinLA

    May 31, 2006
    Res -C Rucki!

    also still waiting for a XXL Tali-Whacker
     
  9. UNRL Ghandi

    UNRL Ghandi Gold Member Gold Member

    868
    Oct 24, 2013
    Haha, agreed. Sent mine to REK to make it usable...though I'll probably never use it. :)
     
  10. UNRL Ghandi

    UNRL Ghandi Gold Member Gold Member

    868
    Oct 24, 2013
    I've been thinking about this and while it's not a sword I'd love to see a FMV4 (Force Munchkin V4 or Fighting Munchkin V4) with Res C. I'd carry two in an opposite horizontal appendix carry configuration on my Walmart trips.
     
  11. Iliveocean

    Iliveocean Gold Member Gold Member

    358
    May 6, 2019
    We have forsaken series we need a

    Res-c-urreected series!

    Res-c dssf gets my vote! I think the extra grippiness should support a 10in blade instead of 8in.
     
  12. JACKMANDU

    JACKMANDU Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 10, 2019
    Swamp rat Ruckulator! Satin Infi full height convex.
     
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  13. luethge

    luethge Gold Member Gold Member

    943
    May 16, 2017
    2 handed dog soldier 24 please.
     
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  14. JACKMANDU

    JACKMANDU Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 10, 2019
    :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: I’m in!!!
     
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  15. boring

    boring Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 28, 2005
    You expect alot for 1 to 2 thousand dollars.
     

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