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Very nice looking specimens.
Scara, I remember when that happened. IIRC, the knife that UB posted as a joke was actually a knife that had been made for a previous customer....
I'm sure that gut hook on sword #3 would be practical.
I was just coming here to post a link to this vid. Been a fan of Nutnfancy for awhile.
Goodbye, Yvsa. I hope you're in a better place now and thanks for your contributions to the Cantina.
Sorry to hear that Danny passed. Haven't been by here in awhile so I just found out about Danny and Yvsa. :(
I don't stop by here very often anymore, so I just now saw this thread. Shared a few emails with him and he bought a FF off of me. VERY nice guy...
Quite a beautiful sword, Assuva.
With a 13" blade as the upper limit, it sounds like a 17-18" model would be ideal for you. Some suggestions for you would be a 17-18" BGRS, WWII,...
Happy belated birthday. Hope it was a good one.
Happy birthday, John.
Ideally, removing the ring will make the BC more of an ideal khukuri for you as a user. If it does everything you need it to then I doubt you'd...
Great review. This makes me want a Farm Knife of my own.
Looks great! This one looks like it'd be more secure in the hand than the original.
I remember Bill posting once on how Pala would use the chakma to sharpen his khukuris which took about 20-30 minutes. Bill meanwhile would use a...
Very nice looking AK. :thumbup: A lot like the shop 1 models, except for the buttcap not being scrolled.
I'd be interested myself. I live in Southern IL but Bloomington wouldn't be too long of a drive.
I have one and it feels quite lively in the hand (not as blade heavy as many khuks.
Smoke and prayers up. :(
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
PS: That's a great looking Bashdol! :thumbup: