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Discussion in 'Horton Knives' started by Jeremy Horton, Mar 28, 2011.
or however you spell it
Its a biblical name.. man. Lol
Timothy is in the bible too, how about grinding one of them on both sides???
But probably not. Lol
that is beautiful
I dont know what to do now, cry or laugh....I was dreaming of a Horton folder but that......that is a real damascus dream.
J. you are torturing me.
The trifecta all in one.
I admit ... it was irresistible.
I'll be there if the world will just calm down a bit. And the federal government finally gets a budget.
Well, other than 0.
^^^^Î cant take it any more, one damascus the other FAT
Thats too much for me....Im going to bed.
Totally awesome!!! I wasn't a folder guy until these came along. How could you help it? The fat one is killer. :thumbup::thumbup:
+1 with Tim on grinding that biatch on both sides
+1 on the table too dude, gone from attendee to the other side of the table in a coupla years. Good on ya
I cant sleep.....thinking about how these babies are going to end up looking like.
That fat one is where it's at!!!
Makes me want to sing
As far as people wanting a knife ground from two sides, Try operating the knife within it's design before wanting changes?
Mighty Busse bowed and went back to a more standard grind after demonstrating how much longer the Asym edge lasted and how easy it was to dress or re-sharpen.
People just did not like the way it looked and few believed you could bring back the edge with a crock stick and a few licks.
JH designed the blade in this folder, use one for a year before you condemn or reject it for it having an edge you are not used too.
I dont care how J. makes them, they have always been no-nonsense knives.
Made for bad times dude.
Oh, that 'Mascus blade might just pull me over to the Dark Side,,,