Western style Knife

Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by Yangdu, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. Yangdu

    Yangdu [email protected] Himalayan Imports-Owner Moderator

    Apr 5, 2005
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    SURPRISE!! SURPRISE!! (EVEN TO HI)
    NEW-NEVER OFFERED PREVIOUSLY

    9 5/8" 6 OUNCE WESTERN STYLE KNIFE BY YUVRAJ KAMI

    The 3 finger grip handle is made of Montana Elk Antler.
    Below the brass guard is a single ring of black water buffalo horn.
    Above the bolster are two rings of black water buffalo horn with a small space between the rings. These rings make this knife quite elegant.
    The maroon colored scabbard is leather and has a special pouch for a Magic Stone to sharpen the blade.
    Our Shop has tried to design this knife to more resemble western style knives. I hope you will be as pleased as I am.
    Price $135.00 *SOLD*


    Email to order
     
  2. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    i told you Yuvraj had talent for knives...
     
  3. tinmaddog

    tinmaddog

    231
    Apr 28, 2005
    That's a real beauty. Somewhere between a fishing/fighting knife and that Bark River Svashtar posted in the Cantina. :thumbup:

    I feel like I'm getting redundant, but so many of the HI knives and khuks really are things of beauty.

    ~tmd
     
  4. Big Bob

    Big Bob

    Oct 13, 1999
    That looks a lot like my Schrade Golden Spike my mom got me for my 16th birthday. A magic stone as well. If I wasn't getting ready to buy my own computer, I'd snag this one.

    Bob
     
  5. kamagong

    kamagong

    Jan 13, 2001
    Not my cup of tea, but a nice knife.
     
  6. Daniel Koster

    Daniel Koster www.kosterknives.com Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 18, 2001
    dang.....they're getting better and better...! :thumbup:
     
  7. Sylvrfalcn

    Sylvrfalcn

    Jun 4, 2002
    Yup, he's definitely one to keep an eye on, excellent job on this one. I've got an example of his work and immediately liked what I saw. :thumbup:

    Sarge
     
  8. Nasty

    Nasty Chief Cook & Bottle Wash

    Nov 11, 2003
    Don't that beat all?
     
  9. Howard Wallace

    Howard Wallace . Moderator

    Feb 23, 1999
    Beautifully done. It reminds me of my Randall, but the blade shape is a little different.
     
  10. Fiddleback

    Fiddleback Knifemaker Moderator Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Dealer / Materials Provider

    Oct 19, 2005
    Man thats gorgeous. I'm just loving it. All spent out after Blade show though. Somebody snag it.
     
  11. Steely_Gunz

    Steely_Gunz Got the Khukuri fevah Moderator

    May 9, 2002
    Wonderful!
    Too beautiful for me to destroy/stain up. Wow! I love that design..everything about it. The stacked spacers make it look like a collector's piece for the ages. :)

    Jake
     
  12. J W Kilpatrick

    J W Kilpatrick

    112
    Aug 11, 2001
    Email sent on Western Style Knife.
    J. W. Kilpatrick
     
  13. Ad Astra

    Ad Astra

    Jul 30, 2004
    The kamis continue to be completely unpredictable. Nice.

    Remember that way-cool trident thingee?

    and you can always tell an HI sheath by the "state of Oklahoma" snaps. :thumbup:


    Mike
     
  14. sogguy

    sogguy

    440
    Nov 17, 2004
    Yangdu, Yuvraj has indeed outdone himself on this one, he as well as you are to be congratulated!
    Very, Very nice.

    Dick
     
  15. gravertom

    gravertom

    Jun 4, 2004
    I'll offer a dissenting opinion on this one.

    The spacers detract from the appearance in my opinion. I think it would look way better without them.

    I don't know anything about the HI customer base, but I wonder if Hi gets closer and closer to western style smallish knives if the fit and finish issue, comparatively speaking, will raise its head?

    I'm glad to see different things coming out, and you know this is my first ever negative critique. I just wonder if the khukuri and the unique big knife segment ( as well as unique small knives!)is a better place for HI's efforts.

    It's not my call, but just offfering my honest perspective, so HI gets input that it can use from the other side of the coin too.

    "wounds from a friend can be trusted, but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful."

    Tom
     
  16. Sylvrfalcn

    Sylvrfalcn

    Jun 4, 2002
    I used to worry about some of that stuff Tom, but I don't anymore. Way I look at it, if khukuris, etc., are the meat and potatoes, knives like this one are just a nice pinch of salt and pepper. :D

    Sarge
     
  17. Dave Rishar

    Dave Rishar

    Oct 25, 2004
    That one impresses me. Congrats to its soon-to-be new owner. :thumbup:
     
  18. Dragon_Man

    Dragon_Man

    Apr 26, 2003
    That is sweeet!
     
  19. munk

    munk

    Mar 22, 2002
    I liked it. It's gone now so I use past tense, right?

    My first thought it was lovely and looked homemade. That bad?
    I don't notice the JKM's looking that homemade. It would not take long before the Kamis were cranking them out in finer line, but would that be 'better'? I don't think so.

    I can almost see Steve McQueen in Nevada Smith holding that one....
    But this is self determining anyway; if enough people thought the look 'too' homemade then the sales would lag and we would not have a Western Style knife.

    Seems to me there have been several HI knives that did not strike the exact bullseye on the first few offereings.
    I doubt if those who own the 'first' are selling them any time quick.

    munk
     
  20. Svashtar

    Svashtar

    Dec 28, 2003
    The quality of the antler on that is very nice! I would have liked to have snagged that, had I the $.

    Question: Is new Kami Yuvraj who has been doing these new knives, including that great one Danny got, the same as new shop foreman Raj?

    I ask only because we saw a few from Raj that were really outstanding. The R5 for example I got from Raj was perfect, but haven't seen anything from him since. Maybe it's the same guy?

    Norm
     

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