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What a great basis for a collection! The pieces shown are incredible. Thanks for the images and congrats on a quest fulfilled.
So sorry to hear of his passing. I always looked forward to reading his posts, as his perspective was always well informed. As MikeH said, he...
So well done—congrats to the new owner.
One thing I am sure of—If Jerry/Dan ever make a Mud Mutt in satin INFI, there’s no way I could resist.
I like that blade profile, but again, not enough difference compared to my S5LE’s to make me pull the trigger.
Same here. Plus after looking closer at the D2 BD specs, the blade’s not all that much shorter or thinner than my modded S5LE’s, which are some...
I’d forgotten about that knife—thanks. Great design. Would love to find one of the original thin ones in D2.
Edited—I posted in error.
See luethge’s responses below.
You learn fast.
1968 GT 500-KR FTW :thumbsup::D
Go to the Busse Knives for sale forum and look just beneath the forum title. On the right side of your screen, beneath the tab that says “Post...
Great little knife! Love the edge testing and photos!:thumbsup:
You’re obviously doing a good job dialing in your heat treat, and those thin...
From 14 years ago, here's resinguy's excellent thread on asym edges with some relevant discussion:...
Busse asym edge on a satin blade—
Convex edge on right side:
Minimal (almost micro) flat edge bevel on left:
On coated Busse...
I bet that feels great in hand.:thumbsup:
Are your books open for DLC work, just not mods? Was wondering if I read your op right?
WOW! Great info! Much appreciated! Can’t believe it’s that light, even without scales! :thumbsup:
Cool. What’s it weigh naked?
Oh, and how thick were the original scales from BUSSE? (If you have some way of measuring?)