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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Aug 17, 2013.
Just got this in. Fletcher knives Bush Operator
Sweet!!! When I finally get an opinel this will be the one I look for. I have had one in my amazon wish list for years. Just never was drawn to them enough to bite the bullet. Silly I know because of the price, but this pic may just have put me over the edge. Where did you get it? I recall you mentioning its arrival in an earlier post but not sure where that was
I can't think of a single Panchenko knife that wasn't beyond beautiful. This one included!
Must say that is a beautiful knife. How well does the edge hold? Have heard great things about the CPM-3V steel in general, but ended up sounding like an optimal steel for chopping mostly. Haven't talked to anyone with it in a smaller tool such as this one.
Finished these scales this weekend
Sturdy and well shaped blade,
nice pics too !
I just got it but I would imagine pretty good. I have only sliced some paper and sharpened a pencil other random stuff so far. Pretty amazed that such a thick stock can actually slice paper.
I must say, that middle one is especially good looking, MWDP.
I feel same as T.H.Cone, what is that? Sheesham? Or some other burl wood?
Middle one is box elder. More pics HERE.
That looks absolutely beautiful.
Was doing some promo-shots for a new beer we are releasing. Had to include my granfather's Buck Stockman.
My small customized project: ESEE Candiru with firesteel
Wow I really love that top knife in the first pic. What is that?
That would be my Swamp Rat Waki. It is a Sword. Mine is muddy coated with Tan Canvas Mcarta. It's also Sterile (no logo) and has a penetrator tip.
Basic EDC | On Person Carry | Skinth Loadouts | Backpack | Bail Out Bag
More and more of my fixed blades tend to not have hilts and I have used simple friction to remain in the sheath. Since I hate Velcro noise, and don't like snaps, I have spent considerable time trying different ideas for the fixed blade with traditional guards. The extra sheath leather does help to protect the handle, but it also can act as leverage to release the hilt from the notch. It definately blocks accidental release, but I'm still experimenting on how short the leather can be and still release the blade easily. If anybody out there try this out, let me know.