It’s much heavier than it looks, and appears to have been used frequently. There are other photos and a little more information here. http://collections.centerofthewest.org/treasures/view/other_knife_johnston_john_livereating_wade_butcher_sheffield_englan
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We call this our Practical/Tactical Damascus. Outer laminates of pure nickel sheet and S25C with a Hitachi white steel core, forged and quenched in pine charcoal and water. The S25C is for strength, nickel for ductility, ease of sharpening and rust resistance, and water-quenched
OK, I’ll bite. What the hell is that thing with the antlers sticking out of it in the upper left of the collection? Doesn’t look like any skull I’ve ever seen… Is it something you put together? I’m guessing it’s a pelvis of some
To a degree, you’re right. But I’d have to forge down the stock I start with or buy new stock of proper size, both of which take time and energy. To keep from nickel and dimeing every customer, my going rate is fifteen dollars
I personally can’t stand when people buy $200-400 hard-use blades and then do nothing with them. They’re made to BE used. It’s one thing to buy a gold inlaid damascus dirk and leave it in a case or on a wall or something, but
> kershaw volt SS It’s funny how much nicer it looks in this picture than in theirs. I was on my over to pick one up, but decided against it when I saw the other shots on the amazon page.
Here’s a picture of the other side: http://i.imgur.com/wBmHO9y.jpg Photos are from [Arizona Custom Knives](https://www.arizonacustomknives.com/tactical-commander-flipper.aspx?ReturnUrl=product-filter.aspx?ProductsAvailable%3D0%26PriceMin%3D1000%26KnifeType%3D13%2C15%26OrderBy%3DDateListed%20DESC%26Page%3D4%26ItemsPerPage%3D48).
I have the non-flipper version of your knife. It’s a tank, basically a folding fixed blade. Be careful if you decide to switch around the pocket clip for tip up carry. I think they basically fit those barrel spacers into the handle while it’s
Its probably my favorite knife in the collection. its not even that expensive either! this knife has seen some shit lemme tell ya. you see those two notches i put on the blade? thats from two raccoons i killed with it. View post on
top to bottom: – ’98 Spyderco Endura (gun show find); – Reate Horizon C; – Three Sisters Forge Beast (customized by previous owner); – EnZo Birk75 carbon fiber; – Microtech Ultratech-“Apocalyptic” blade finish; – Wilmont Knives Little Skinner
[Another image](http://selfrelianceessentials.com/wp-content/uploads/products_img/kodiak2.jpg) [Closer look]( http://selfrelianceessentials.com/wp-content/uploads/products_img/kodiak2-a.jpg ) **Specs:** Blade Material: 1/4″ Austempered 1095 Blade Length: 16.5″ Overall Length: 25.5″ Weight: 2 pounds Surface finish: .0015″ Electroless Nickel and monotone NIC Cerakote Sheath: Kydex with Tactical Tailor Malice clips for vertical or horizontal mount on Molle
“Known to the Green Berets as “The Yarborough” and to everyone else as “The Green Beret Knife”, this no-nonsense, hardworking tool was designed by renowned knifemaker and designer, Bill Harsey with function and manufacturing input from Chris Reeve…” [Source + additional info]( http://www.knifeart.com/yargreenbers.html#)
It’s definitely just a cheap piece of metal, every part of that thing screams $50 piece of crap. EDIT: [Here’s](http://i.imgur.com/OWyXvwe.jpg) what a well-made blade can look like, which is an authentic WWII blade. EDIT2: swapped image to imgur, photo from [Walter Sorrells’](http://waltersorrellsblades.com/) site.
Here’s a pretty knife that’s high in utility. http://www.japanesechefsknife.com/HDSeries.html#HDSeries Here’s what I consider a beautiful knife because the utility is overwhelmingly awesome. http://www.japanesechefsknife.com/TenmiJyurakuSeries.html#AogamiSuper This is a carbon steel blade wrapped in stainless steel, which helps reduce any issues with regards to corrosion. The carbon
Quality product shots. Looks like each knife was photographed separately and then a composite made on white. Against the white background, each knife has appropriate placement of shadows, midtones and highlights. Very precise on keeping the two parallel. Overall excellent.
They run too much 🙂 The maker is currently sold out, and only doing custom orders, you can check out their website (and email them) [here](http://www.maumasifirearts.com/) There are a number of custom knife makers in the US doing excellent work, if you would like
It’s not mine, just a picture I found while browsing. Pieces like this go for very high tags and are out of my range by far. His work sure is lovely.
You have excellent taste in music! I have a sleeve of white zombie art based on that scene from beavis and butthead. That’s one hell of a knife too, nice work!
Around the end of april the new england cutlery collectors association had a knife show. Someone yold mr about the raffle so i bought 2 tickets and magically my name was picked, luckily a friend was there for the drawing and picked my beauty.
I found this I was wondering about the maker of [this](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHR8OB6SJso) knife myself. Out of my league for sure.
i got my nura for the same 18 dollars, i was trying to decide which one i wanted but the price difference decided for me.
Yup agreed there. On the website they don’t give you much more insight regarding the damascus past “The blade is dressed up with layered Damascus and W1, all forge welded together.” which we already know…so I’m kind of stumped there. Perhaps one or the
I will have to get to work soon, so I’ll put a few details before I get home and can reply to you all. For the chef’s knife, it was originally an old blank forged from Sabatier from about early 1900’s or so. I
I do love Boker knives. Though, this might be the last one I buy for a little while. Their CS is really terrible and pissed me off the other day so I’m not sure I wanna keep buying their products. If you want a