Deals for 5/21 -- Pix and Murali's Bonecutters

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BONECUTTERS BY MURALI KAMI

Overall length --15''
Weight --26 oz
Spine thickness --3/8''
White metal fittings
Satisal wood handle
Standard scabbard
Yours for $115 *SOLD*
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Overall length --14''
Weight --20 oz
Spine thickness --3/8''
White metal fittings
Satisal wood handle
Standard scabbard
Great camping Knife at $100 even *SOLD*

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Overall length --12''
Weight --14 oz
Spine thickness --3/8''
White metal fittings
Satisal wood handle
Standard scabbard
Great buy at $85 *SOLD*

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Those knives looks awesome! I'm not in a position to afford one, but I still check in every day to window shop and admire the beautiful workmanship. Thanks!
 
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wildmanh

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Some more nice looking blades there. You guys with the money should buy them. I would if I could but I can't so I won't. But feel free to take away the temptation. ;)

Heber
 
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Nice pommel flairs, white metal, no cho creep- what's not to like?

Mike :thumbup:
 
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SWEET!!! I've seen a recent custom khuk that is similar in size and shape going for over $300!! These are a steal
 
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Remember, according to Munk there is only going to be this batch produced.

Get them while you can. :D
 
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I am impatiently waiting for the 14"er I ordered a few days ago. I'm all tingly with anticipation.
 
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Overall length --14''
Weight --20 oz
Spine thickness --3/8''
White metal fittings
Satisal wood handle
Standard scabbard
Great camping Knife at $100 even

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22 May 2009

HI FORUM users:
I got my 14" MURALI BONECUTTER, and I still think that this size works outs very well so
far as I have TESTED it. I still have and use my 15" BAS (Standard carry for my Back Pack) and the BILTONG Khukuri in my Kitchen. The MURALI BONECUTTER was much easier to use in the Kitchen for cutting meat or chopping up "ANY" type of vegetables that you can imagine (Corn, Squashes or Mellon). My M43 is larger than my 15" BAS by 3" (longer blade). I like the M43 as an "alternate" to the 15" BAS. If it gets real serious, than I use a 18" ANGKOHLA (1/2" THICK blade), or my 20" BONECUTTER for my "ULTIMATE" KHUKURI experience! My TARWAR is for cutting grass and dence vegetation, or creepy crawling things! Again, I can "HIGHLY" recommend the MURALI BONECUTTERS for basic cutting or chopping (inside or outside). As for size, I think (MY OPINION ONLY) that the 14" BONCUTTER worked out the BEST!

Please be SAFE!

Donald,
BLADESWEST
 
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That 15"er is a pretty substantial khuk at 26 oz. I have a 15", 25 oz BGRS, and I thought that was heavy. The 14" one is pretty light, though. Is it safe to assume that there will be great individual differences among the Murali Bonecutters? (Small batch - guess it might be difficult getting perfect consistency.)
 
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e-mail sent on BONECUTTERS BY MURALI KAMI

Overall length --15''
Weight --26 oz
Spine thickness --3/8''
White metal fittings
Satisal wood handle
Standard scabbard
Yours for $115
 
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Just exchanged payment info with Yangdu. Great company to work with, especially being given the volume they apparently deal in. Kudos, and I am really looking forward to getting my hands on that bad boy.

Also, for those of you ordering from outside the USA, rest assured that HI works with you very well on shipping and makes everything a breeze.
 
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