Separate names with a comma.
I moved them to my 5. My 7 has micarta now. I use the 5 in the kitchen all the time so I pimped it out with the Tommythewho scales :)
While it’s not my favorite, I’m gonna go with my 7. Big enough to do big work, nimble enough to do smaller stuff.
My sentiments exactly. Tusker in 3/16” S7 is as bombproof as I’ll ever need.
This with a 6” blade
A couple of Corby bolts and a lanyard hole
Nicely done @FAL'ER
Nicely done @1066vik . You’re good people.
My daughter is about to become a teenager. This thread brought me more joy than I could possibly explain. Thank you for sharing your trip and for...
Fan boy (said by the guy who used a bk15 to prep dinner last night after wet forming a new leather sheath for his bk7 that just got new factory...
LT Wright makes a sweet version as well. Large Northern Hunter in AEB-L.
I use my 5 in the kitchen all the time. It’s my go to meat carver. My 12 year old was using it last night to cut up a pineapple. I have a spare...
That is a beautiful knife.
And technically I’m not an official Beckerhead. I’m just a long time denizen of the Becker forum with a big pile of Becker knives and a lack of...
Eastern Shore. You guys are all on the wrong side of the Bay ;)
I’ve got a couple of knives in S7 made by @Gossman Knives that are pretty phenomenal. Heat treat and geometry win every time.
I’ll take one. PM incoming.
That’s almost as nice as the @Makael sheath gifted to me by @JJ_Colt45 . Almost ;)
I’m a huge fan of Larrin’s work but how can 3V at a hardness of 60 Rc have toughness values of 35 ft-lbs in one graph and 70 ft-lbs in the next graph?
Circumference around stock scales on my BK2 just behind the ricasso is 5 1/2”
Nice Tusker :)