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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Jerry Busse, Feb 18, 2019.
What does desert bronze coating look like?
These Fury’s are amazing!
I’m thinking trail point with black g10
I can help you with that if you're feeling charitable.
Kind of like this (depending on the lighting):
I also got a Hognose War Sword in a grab bag that was Desert Bronze and Black G10. I don't have a pic, but it's a really nice looking combo.
Fmv8? Looks good
Correct. FMV8 is Desert Bronze with Maroon Canvas.
Jerry -- How about sweetening the pot with a few leftover Last Rites?
IMPORTANT NOTE: Jerry's message title was truncated - it should say 9:00 PM Eastern Pacific time, so add 3 hours to Ohio time, and **** don't be early ****!
Trail Point is HOT...the upward sweep in the spine makes a pretty blade even prettier.
Looks like the pommels are different on the Trail Point and Harpoon, as well. The hole where the crusher was, originally, is gone with that portion of it.
The trail doesn't have the full 4th point on the handle either, looks like because so skinny they modified the handle as well as the pommel, it's a gorgeous knife, I'm very tempted even though I just picked up an urgent fury... I think if the blade length was 7 3/4 like the harpoon I wouldn't be able to stop myself.
You have a good eye - I missed the pommel differences.
Couple are tempting, but I must resist and buy optics for my rifles!
That UF trailing point is SWEET!!!
It's good for opening the safe and fondling it.
That is my pic, Nuclear Fury all the way.
ohhh that boar tooth is pretty sick. maybe that will find it's way on a general offering one day.
Those serrations might help cutting rope or tearing nasty wounds. On one hand that nuclear flying thing is looking really awesome but it ain't as sleek, elegant and useful as the trailing point IMHO.
Wonder when/what the last nuked offering was from Busse? Anyone know how to check? “A “has me thinking a bit. But must resist.
You have to go all the way back to the NFNO for that. Darn near two weeks ago.
See here (and the threads linked there) for a list of Busse's offerings over the last few years.