What do you WANT??

Discussion in 'K9 Knives' started by Tom Krein, Dec 9, 2007.

  1. KellyGlanzer

    KellyGlanzer Gold Member Gold Member

    May 4, 2005
    In differant flavours like red and black carbon fibre and Desert Ironwood Burl? :D:D:thumbup:
  2. cybrok


    Aug 7, 2005
    Hey Tom.

    How about a small one with a bottle opener like the Dogfish? That was a great idea:)
  3. VoxHog


    Oct 6, 2007

    I would love to get my Dingo (and other knives down the line) with both sets of scales, black and green.
  4. muddog49


    Nov 1, 2007
    I'm with VoxHog, could we get the black and green scales with our Dingo's, willing to pay of course.
  5. hardheart


    Sep 19, 2001
    super thin small cutter; bushie blade; kitchen utility; camp knife; huge honkin' chopper

    non-coated, scale options, always available. Limited runs are okay in my book, as long as there is a standard line always backing things up.

    I'd like to see M4 along with the 3V, both with apparently good toughness and wear resistance. 3V having lots of toughness and M4 having lots of wear resistance. A pair of stainlesses would be nice, like easy to sharpen 12C27M and wear resistant S30V.
  6. madborderman07


    Oct 28, 2007
    I second the 2 scale option!!!
  7. T-BAG


    Dec 1, 2006
    Sheeple friendly trout and bird knife with maybe exotic scales to stand out in a crowd.
  8. syrinx


    Aug 29, 2006
    I would like to see a Survival Knife,kinda like the Dingo but with a flat spine and a thick spear point blade.
  9. valentino petrusich

    valentino petrusich

    Jun 16, 2010
  10. harkamus


    Apr 23, 2007
    4 "modern" bowie style blade. 4 inches of blade of course, not 4 inches OAL. :p
  11. lsheldon


    Jan 2, 2009
    A Dingo, but you probably already know that.
  12. wyattT


    Oct 28, 2009
    you cant run a business from a registered only forum. your customers need a functioning website where you can sell yourself and your products. additionally, pick a model or two to be your bread and butter and keep them available. Sprint runs on certain models is a pain to deal with as a regular knife consumer, not a collector. ideally, the site would feature all the old models of custom work you have done, in categories, to help customers get to know your work. new product would be displayed and prices would be kept reasonable(under 300, hopefully under 250). maintaining an inventory would be nice on the base models.

    (also, lefty sheaths upon request is nice)

    and of course a production collaboration will help get you name out there ie graham knives
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2010
  13. Joshua J.

    Joshua J.

    Feb 27, 2005
    After seeing those CARTA test results for wear resistance recently, I am perfectly happy with 3V. Actually more than happy, that stuff is downright amazing.

    Something that I'm looking for, but probably would never find anywhere else is a nice light 11" bowie. Sure, others may make a "bowie", but they would probably weigh a ton more than a dedicated fighting knife should. 1/4" thick with either a distal taper full flat grind, or better yet a distal taper full height hollow grind. *drools*
    Give it a skeletonized full tang K9 rendition of the coffin handle and you're set.

    I'm actually just looking for a big knife that cuts ridiculously well, but the only reasons for a knife to be longer than 10" are either to chop or to fight, and I already have a bunch of choppers.
  14. Buffalohump


    Sep 7, 2006
    How about some more Dingos? These seem to be in short supply...?

    Or am I just stoopid.... :p
  15. Lycosa


    Aug 24, 2007
    Yer stoopid but Dingos would be nice. Make one a Tanto, Tom. :)
  16. BFH44


    Nov 3, 2010
    I am still finding my way around this website but i have seen allot of knives and looked at a lot of knife makers websites - still learning about all the different companies out there - I have seen some of the knives on Dan's website - Toms work i haven't seen but i imagine whatever you guys come up with will be great -

    I like what some people said about affordability i think some knife makers are way over priced and it is like a status thing -- I see people pay several hundred dollars is just polished metal with a nice edge seems to me they're paying extra for a name brand. - (i understand that some name brands are really good and have a great warranty etc but some the knife doesn't seem like it worth 3 or 400.00 dollars)

    I wish someone would make some quality knives that are more affordable than some stuff i see out there - i wouldnt mind paying top dollar for great work -- some knives are nice but the price is just crazy.

    since i became disabled a couple years ago - I see great stuff come out but by the time i save up enough scratch they're gone, or discontinued.

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