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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Herr_Noobien, Apr 23, 2015.
Absolutely gorgeous! What's the handle material?
Good idea for a thread. I used to want a nimravus as well, and I began my collecting with Sog fixed blades like their older style leather washer bowies. The recon bowie is a beautiful knife.
The Busse TGLB is also a nice looking knife.
From a recent copy of knives illustrated I found some of the work by maker Sam Lurquin. I think his stuff is really beautiful.
My Super Blue ...
I don't remember! . I'll find the box, maybe antique bone?
Edit: Bark River Knives: City Knife - Green & Gold Camel Bone
Those are beautiful!
I really like sub hilt knives, but both are equally gorgeous.
I think this one is sorta purty.
For awhile I collected custom hunting knives. To me the epitome of a hunting knife is the standard Loveless design with slight drop point and high hollow grind. Second to that I like the looks of the classic Randall model 1, or maybe I should say model 5 since I like the looks of the smaller guard better. I've also seen some standard Bowie designs that I really liked.
louis mills tantos, made from foundry pellets.
I have a Blackjack model 7 and it is a nice looking knife for sure. But if I really have to pick a fixed blade knife on aesthetic basis it would be my Mauno Keränen Tommi - puukko.
This is an easy one for me fellas! Walter Brend Model 2. Swish, nothin' but net.
Edited to add the pic.
Custom by Reva Forge
Any of several Finnish puukkos. I find the pattern incredibly aesthetic AND ergonomic.
Picture worth a thousand words:
Kabar Becker bk2 is a real classic, not having that perfect ferro striker spot kills us a little inside but I love the sucker to death
I could never decide on 'most attractive' anything. My taste will change daily, and the blades posted in here already have me second guessing myself. So for now I will post this beauty I first saw on reddit.
Very nice. Can you tell us what it is?
These bowies from a local maker. I own the bottom left corner one with natural canvas micarta.
for the military type of knives I like these the most
(photo not mine)
I really like the brutal simple looks of my Scrap Yard SOD.
Not very many details sadly! The maker grindermonkey named it simply: Carbon fiber kwaiken
It's probably his only one and not for sale lol.