Separate names with a comma.
Find a Buck Vantage with a wood handle, add serrations with a file. Done
With a small harpoon in place of a pen blade!
They look glorious to me, but not usually "traditional" in design.
Fantastic, so artistic - love the sheath work too!
Nice review! But I am also in the flush- liners camp. Modifying a Bolus now to fix that.
that is just CRAZY cool!!!
That looked like fun! Hate to see a pineapple go to waste but it sure sliced it nice
Whew!!! That guy should hire out his psychic services!
Now that's a mighty fine knife!
Barlows are not my style but it's great that there will be a forum knife this year and that it pleases so many members
Do not need . . . but so much want!
Well this one flexes so it should be less prone to chipping or shattering than a regular ceramic blade . . . which to me is even more interesting...
The tricky part of replacing the scales on that one will be getting an exact fit to the curve on the bolsters. It will take lots of slow careful...
That's a good point about the gloves. Aside from that issue I would always pick the gb2
@OTF-MAN I sent payment on this but if I don't love it I'll contact you
I'll take this. @jd_elam can you email me at (edit: payment sent). Thanks!
That's too bad it's a nice looking knife
Well there are 3 basic ways I have done for stick tang knives
1. Make a slip-on bolster and glue in place, then take a piece of material for the...
Send it to Afghanistan for a year with a grunt and then we'll know if it's just pretty or a true performer
Sweet - More pics and specs!