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I've carried and used a Enzo/Brisa Birk 75 Scandi grind in D2 for a couple of years (in addition to my trusty SAK Tinker) and have never had to do...
Good move. I have several Wood Jewel models. IMHO, fine working puukko at reasonable cost. They use Lauri blades like many of the other...
Arathol and all
Your woven sheath reminded me of a couple unusual puukko sheaths in my meager collection:
A formed bark sheath and an...
Amazing, I also had a horsehead puukko with green galalite handle as a child. It was a Jarvenpaa if I recall. Still have it here...
I really like the woven sheath on the top Marttiini. Been trying to find one for a long time for my meager collection. I know they are...
I carry two folders; a Victorinox Tinker is my EDC, but also carry a small flipper with pocket clip for cardboard, and other heavier duty cutting....
Welcome to "Puukko madness" - an incurable condition. I've had it for many, many years. You are off to a great start with those knives...
Looks like a good functional knife.
Agree with the above (mostly). A 6-8" chef's knife, a smaller paring knife; I would add a 4"-ish utility knife. I prefer non-serrated blades, but...
Agree, a couple of beautiful puukko you have made.
I respectfully disagree. I have many thick bladed puukko with full Scandi grinds that slice like crazy.
I have no problem, even like Scandi grinds for my EDC. Check out the Enzo/Brisa Birk 75 - full scandi grind in D2 with linerlock in curly birch...
It's mostly a matter of degree of etching: long time, more deeply etched. Also the quality of the damascus; number of layers plays a role.
For me, an easy decision - neither, I don't like holes in my blades.
Depends - zero grind for carving; micro bevel for field use.
Love the Swedish barrel knives. My wife has a collection of them. Neat knives.
The Helle are great knives; I have several and have crafted...
Some fine knives you have there. I esp like the Enzo/Brisa folders.
I like the Brisa/Enzo Birk 75 in D2 with curly birch scales for pocket carry. I'm into various older Finnish puukko and also sometimes carry an...
Two wonderful puukko. Nice work. I esp like the blade shape of a birch bark one. Would be pleased to carry either one.