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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by J_mcrane, Aug 1, 2016.
I cheated on my HH FSH and my HOG FSH with my Bark River Crusader.
Is it really cheating if you are in an open relationship? Until Busse makes a folder, we have an agreed upon open relationship.
I've been a swinger.....of khukuris, for a few decades and Busse is fairly recent. I think Jerry is my side piece.
Nate & Jo's offerings are off the charts!
<Pictured> Carothers Performance Knives Dagger Grind Utility Fighter in Delta 3V steel with unbuffed double black Micarta, buffed TriColor Rag Micarta, and black G10 covers with stainless steel fastener hardware.
My collection is built around variety of blade steels and blade types. This is almost everything I have except for a couple fixed blades and my Busse's in A2, SR101, and INFI. My Busse knives really are my favorite . I still have plenty of stuff on my wish list and really enjoy the hunt.
BTW they are all users and get carried at some point.
Spyderco in HAP40/SUS410, Maxamet, ZDP-189, CPM REX-45, CPM-CRUWEAR, VG-10, and K390
Benchmade in D2, CPM-M4, M390, 154CM, CPM-S90V, and D2
ZT in CPM-20CV, CTS-204P, CPM-S30V, CPM-S35VN
Kershaw in 14C28N, 8Cr13MoV, and CTS-BDZ1
Gerber in mystery steel
Boker in Damasteel and CTS-XHP
Microtech in ELMAX
Ontario in D2, AUS-8, and AUS-8A
Leatherman in 420HC
Extrema Ratio in N690
Microtech in M390
Carothers in Delta CPM-3V
Gollik in Sleipner
Spartan in CPM-S35VN
Winkler in 80CrV2
Benchmade in 440C
Strider in PSF-27
Kabar first got me into blades...
Pull the trigger on my first bark river, I got the 2nd run Grizzly ! After the alpha 9.5 regulator I had to try another medium blade ! Both are great
I have three of the Grizzlies, and they ARE nice knives.
Bark Rivers, I used to be much more of a swinger inviting many more companies into my tent but now it's just Busse and Barkies LOL
@private kink...sell me one.
A while back I started buying bushcraft type knives and discovered a new maker in central NY called Bruder tool co. My most recent pick from him is a bushcraft scandi grind with triple dyed purple and green burl. His stuff comes packed in a wooden crate with matching Fire steel and leather dangler. His asking price is hard to beat. www.brudertool.com
Nice find! Those look nice. Pretty but inexpensive enough that you won't feel bad using it
They are razor sharp and I have another one I have been using on wood for fires since Christmas and it’s still just as sharp. Quality is there
I dont buy other brands of knives.......but this has been "the other woman" for a while now.
My Chris Reeves pacific and my sog seal pup.
Sweet! What are you dropping that into?
I scratch my 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 itch with this
But when my attention is on edged implements, the ones that aren’t from Wauseon are from an Evil Genius machinist, ones with a large primate as a logo. In English, that’s Carothers and Keffeler.
Strangely, I either can’t find them in my camera roll, or don’t have pics of them. I’ll have to change that tomorrow and add them to this post.
Nice! Reminds me of Fiddlebacks, but less expensive.
It's the start of the rebuild of my very first vehicle. 1963 chevy stepside pickup. Me and my dad fixed it up back when I was in highschool. It's a pile of rusted parts now but the goal is to get it back to what it was back in her glory days. Hopefully she'll look like this again within the next couple years.
Very cool! I want my son's first vehicle to be a restoration project we can do together. He's 12 now so we have some time but I think it will be fun
Awesome that you’re rebuilding your first vehicle. That generation of Chevy/ GMC are getting built more now than they used to it seems. My Dad had a 64 long box Chevy way back when, I’ve always had a soft spot for them.