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A little something on the way

Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by pmwc78, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. pmwc78

    pmwc78 Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

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    Sep 4, 2010
    Just confirmed with Auntie, A "little" something from Sgt Khadka.

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    SCAK
     
  2. Duzzy

    Duzzy

    468
    Sep 1, 2009
    That can't be little. I bought all of his stuff except for a Super CAK a week ago. Unless a new shipment came in or Auntie rediscovered something... Good for you either way.
     
  3. pmwc78

    pmwc78 Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

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    Sep 4, 2010
    Been on order for a few months.

    And no, "little" doesn't really apply. According to Auntie it's 20" and (ready for it) 52oz! (heavier than I expected)Hopefully it doesn't feel that heavy, we'll see. Gotta hit the gym.
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2011
  4. Duzzy

    Duzzy

    468
    Sep 1, 2009
    Gotcha. ;)
     
  5. stickfred

    stickfred

    803
    Nov 6, 2009
    Glad to hear the Sgt. came through for you pmwc78. Congratulations on your imminent new arrival!!
     
  6. pmwc78

    pmwc78 Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

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    Sep 4, 2010
    Thank you Gents, I'm going to be stocking up on plastic bottles and scrap wood for the next few days :D
     
  7. Wolf_1989

    Wolf_1989

    Mar 30, 2007
    Hmmm... dunno... I have the original SCAK and IMO one of the features which makes it 'super' is the relatively light weight. Mine weighs about 34oz IIRC.
     
  8. pmwc78

    pmwc78 Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

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    Sep 4, 2010
    Wolf I agree, ideally it would be about the same. I'm willing to give this a try and see if it fits me. If not, it may go to another. After months of drooling I wasn't going to pass on the chance to pick one up and give it an opportunity.
     
  9. Duzzy

    Duzzy

    468
    Sep 1, 2009
    I wonder if that means he made two of them? Interesting, I sharked his Bonecutter and picked up a 16" CAK of his at the same time.
     
  10. pmwc78

    pmwc78 Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

    315
    Sep 4, 2010
    Funny you should mention that Duzzy. When I placed my order in November, Auntie said she was going to ask the Sgt to make a few 18" and 20" versions. There should be a few more coming along in the near future.
     
  11. cop911

    cop911

    519
    Feb 27, 1999
    beautiful blade, sounds like the perfect combo for some of the clearing I mean to do this summer.
     
  12. pmwc78

    pmwc78 Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

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    Sep 4, 2010
    In hand this khuk is amazing! While the handle is a bit too large around for me right now, the balance is fantastic. I know, I need to get some pics.
     
  13. Tohatchi NM

    Tohatchi NM

    Mar 26, 2002
    Heavy or not, the balance is probably spot on.
     
  14. jdk1

    jdk1

    Apr 21, 2010
    Pics man! Don't tease us:p. You should be able to chop a Ford Fiesta in half with that thing! Take care and God bless.
     
  15. Wolf_1989

    Wolf_1989

    Mar 30, 2007
    Well at least the balance aspect sounds right.

    The person I bought the original SCAK from told me it felt more like a weapon than anything else; "like a small sword" and he was right. The SCAK has a unique attitude of its own and that attitude is its primary intent of use is as a tool for smiting your enemies.
     
  16. pmwc78

    pmwc78 Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

    315
    Sep 4, 2010
    Schedule has been nuts today, I'll get some pice done Monday.

    Wolf, I can say that your's is still unique in it's properties.

    This does carry the feel of a weapon, it has a prescision about it that I associate with a weapon. The weight is of a serious chopping tool though. I'll know more about it when I help a buddy clear some overgrowth of Oak at his property Monday.

    The handle diameter is my only concern at the moment. Need to decide what to do about that.
     

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