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Discussion in 'Custom & Handmade Knives' started by T.K.C., Jun 17, 2017.
I have my Seamus Knives small cracked Uber.
This is my edc. I carry it daily. Z-wear, black g-10, compression curl Koa. The edge has been touched up once since being completed in December 2016.
IMG_0628 by Wjkrywko, on Flickr
Today is this trapper from M.S. Jon Christensen, mosaic damascus and bog oak
This has been my edc for over three years.
Smock Sk23 bronzed with battleworn blade finish in 3V
Factory handle with a custom Stellite 6-K blade.
At this minute - my Jeff Baker little folder -
This one has stabilized Bocote, hardened stainless bolsters, titanium liners and a CPM-S30V blade @62RC. No thumb studs. It deploys from the front, but is not designed to be a flipper. Blade length is 2.5".
I call it Bocote Bart - as Jeff's inspiration for this knife came from the movie THE EDGE, as he explains here - "What a difference a little profiling makes. Much leaner, but you can still really see the .125" spacer and .070" titanium bolsters. Beefy yet elegant. At least that's the plan. Not sure if you are into back stories or thought processes behind things, but this design got its inspiration from a movie. The movie "The Edge" with Anthony Hopkins had a knife in it that he had to rely on to survive the Alaskan wilderness. The knife in it was bigger than this and not even close to the same design, but it still planted a bug in my head. I thought it would be really cool to have a small pocket knife that you could count on when the shtf that would be stronger than a lot of knives twice its size. That is why it's so beefy, has the biggest bronze bushings I could find, and has the internals designed around the bushings."
This is an excellent stout little knife. I use it every day - though I always EDC a bigger knife too
Wilburn Trapper and Ferry Everflush
Thanks for sharing everyone!! There are so many amazing knives here!!
Eric P.( rip)
I 'EDC'd' this knife for three years, then I picked up a few other custom slip joints that were deserving to be carried so it sat for a while.
Then I fell back in love with a simple SAK for its pure utilitarianism.
But I picked up this knife a few days ago and remembered why I carried it so fondly for so long, so back in my pocket it goes.
Chad Nell NYF
Roberto Serra coltelli
good looking horn!
God speed T.K.C. - These two are with me today as I have to drive 300 miles to pick up pig food because my local supply store is run by incompetents.
CAS personal carry and a whittler from Joel Chamblin
This thread's been stickied in memorial to Suzanne Vaugh, aka TKC, who recently passed away. She was a longtime contributor to Bladeforums and was known as a fair minded, enthusiastic supporter of the custom knife universe. Many of us will remember her for her mild demeanor and singular focus, in the forums, of knives alone.
Rest in peace, TKC
Top Left, Custom Loveless style Drop Point Hunter made by Thai Knife Maker Wut Ekarach. Love seeing the Loveless in the thread above.
Ben Seward fighter and a trapper from Joel Chamblin