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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by TENTEX, May 14, 2020.
You forgot "very cool"
What silent knight is that? the handle looks different and also the blade catch looks larger but might just be my vision
My Silent Knight..lol
It's a MOASK. A Big Boy. Approx. 14" blade.
Ok, now I get it! I have been all along, “err, what Silent Knight?” Cuz that was WAY too long to be a SK.
@Jaxx this neck with holes and lanyard? what is this? I want one! holy sweet mother of my beautiful two daughters it's a stunning, shiny attractive little thing. I feel like an addict with such photos..
This was a lucky eBay score. Due to some not so great pix in the listing, only about 2 of us here in the forum realized in time that the Assault Shaker listing was really for a custom hand ground variant by Jerry called the "Pepper Shaker", which is approx .187" thick as opposed to the AS at .25" thick, hollow ground, & given a bevelled spine. This one was coated in black crinkle when I won the auction & Garth gave it some satin love back @ Busse for me
LOL I was wondering if that was the one you had knocked Old Physics to the floor diving for at Blade.
LOL no that was over a CS Silent Knight, if I recall correctly, and he gave me the business while scoring it lmao
That is one of my fondest memories of those Blade days. Thanks Jaxx
Nice Job Guys keep them coming!
I got a BURP Coach edition I'm prettying up. Itll be a couple days.
Lex has all the cool stuff.
What do you think of the Kris P Bacon? I'd love to own one just for sh1ts and giggles.
Hey @tinfoil hat timmy not much use for that one I dont do much killin
I just keep it on the kitchen counter and use it as visual aid to tell when my bacon is done .
I'd show it off to my daughter's friends
Black and tan looks pretty good on nekkid infi, curves or not.
That ===> SPIKE THO!
I may have to take some new pics for this one...
OMG!! The scrum struggling for a tag! BTDT!
Piglets will never know how crazy the whole Busse presence was at Blade at it's peak.
OTOH, I only know from legends about the even earlier days of Busse at Knob Creek, when Hogs knocked on doors at night to beat out the competition, and crazy people crawled through the mud (you know who you are!) to be first at the Busse table!
Good times, good times. Thanks for the memories.
Like the time Amy and Garth surprised us with cheesecake and Custom Shop blades at a local Busse fan brunch gathering I arranged in Akron many years ago.
It was all part of the various ways that Jerry built a community back in the day.
Some folk long for the old days. Don't do that. Things change, evolve, and grow. Accept that. Enjoy what we have here now, the greatest variety and availability of Bussekin blades that have ever been offered.
I kind of forgot about this, I think this has some nice curves