what busse to use

kalama

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think of getting a busse for pig hunting but its hard to find specs on some knives,blade i like to use is 6-7" i like sleek blades easy to carry i was looking at the satin jacks or natural outlaw but what is the specs on these knifes what would you recomend can you give me some specs an pics of the different models????????an do any of these come in a user grade something i can afford cant spend $400-$700 may be $300-$350?????,,thanx 4 the help an ALOOOOOOHA
 

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Sounds like you need a Hell Razor.


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The little Colt could be your emergency plan!!!
 

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I personally would go for the Comp. sarsquatch ... It is 3/16" thick and has a crazy convex/zero edge that would make a perfect blade to fit your needs.

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For pig hunting I'd go with the skinny ASH-1 it has a 6-1/2" blade and the way the handle is designed it will give you a good grip for thrust.
plus they are available now at the Co. store for $302 www.bussecompanystore.com
 

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im new to busse knives but i have a fsh that like an ash-1 right any specs or info on the satin jack,,,an that hell razor looks good whats the specs on that blade,whats the blade lenth on the sarsq.???
 

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im new to busse knives but i have a fsh that like an ash-1 right any specs or info on the satin jack,,,an that hell razor looks good whats the specs on that blade,whats the blade lenth on the sarsq.???


Satin Jack is a favorite but the old ones are a bit expensive but well worth it.


6" blade, 11.25" OAL .
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whats the blade lenth on the sarsq.,,,an the thickness of the satin????
 

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mahalos for that web site TBAUGH7 i going check-um out right now alohaz
 
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I had to look that up, your welcome ;)
 
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If I needed to stick a pig, I'd use my Jackhammer. For me, it's the best fighter out of all the Busses that have been released in the past couple years. Very pointy, very stabby. :thumbup: A hellrazor would be a close second.
 
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