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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Jerry Busse, Dec 17, 2020.
Love it !
You're lots of fun!
That would pair knicely with this one !
I love it. I am pretty sure the original Viking Seax's were made from broken swords. We know these were not.
We have a winner!!! . . . Good eye!!! . . . That observation just won you a $100.00 Shop Credit good toward the purchase of a Viking Warship Prototype (As long as you get in quickly enough!!!)
These are shorter Custom Shop Variants of the Forsaken Mistress and the balance is excellent!
So very cool!!! I am in!! Lots of Viking heritage as well! This is a need for me!
"I feel the need . . . The need for mead!"
You would have figured you would have found many of these unsold models in the grab bags. This is a silly remark. Positive karma belongs in the Busse section. Please save it for your diary next time brother... its not my cup of tea either but I will let that be known by not purchasing one and not let my opinions effect others decisions.
I am happy to see the Busse team experimenting with different finishing techniques. Its like when hillbilly223 started doing custom finishes like battle worn on $4000 Wilson Combat and Nighthawk 1911s. The 1911 fans were sick about it. Now its a rather popular option. Not my cup of tea either. Od rather shoot 100k rounds and holster it 1000 times for the same look.
I too think these finishes will grow on the knife crowd as well. Its innovation... there's nothing worse than a stagnant economy. Kudos Jerry for having the balls to do something different.
Cool, so whens the competition finish version coming out???
These are amazing and I have to have one. Holy crap. Thanks for making these!
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OMG it's so Seaxy!!! I've been wanting you guys to produce a seax for a long time.
This post missed the boat
Hmmmm..... the fact that it’s a clipped Forsaken Mistress kinda makes me want one even more. And I DO LOVE the finishes. Both of them. I like the Ancient Bronze, or whatever it is called better, though. It would match a Rucki I got in a Ganzaa years ago...
I’m hoping the fact these are “Prototypes” means they’ll come back even meaner (longer), and perhaps shinier.
Definitely an impressive knife!
I’m more a traditionalist myself, I’ve only purchased a few knives from you guys (2013 meanstreet/mil overrun, urban grudge and TGULB). Point being, not many designs catch my eye, especially larger blades, but this seax version of the forsaken mistress has a historic aspect, and aesthetically makes me drool.
Great job, I’ll be participating this ganza for the first time in 7 years, cheers!
It does have a Zumwalt look to it!
It really is the little things. I love when Busse takes an existing model. It’s given a tweak or two and a special variant model is born !!!!
I think I’ll be trying for one
Now where’s that battle saw with 7” or so blade
Or a Park ranger variant