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Discussion in 'Becker Knife & Tool' started by Joezilla, Mar 28, 2018.
So I got new internet which finally has OK upload speeds. I can now post all these pictures!
Nice history! What's with the pipe cleaner at the pommel of the knife? And the black sharpie numbers written on the handle?
Nevermind on the pipe cleaner part, I see it's just a holder for the knife. Ethan looks happy!
Great pics of knife history.
Thanks for sharing these.
Awesome! Thanks Joe! About damn time, haha.
Looking forward to seeing the photos on a bigger screen, aka when I get home from work.
Please O Please Make one Uncle E!!!!!
Thanks, Joe. Maybe Ethan could roll out a new kephart for a new tweener. What would it be an 18?
Iirc ethan said he would put the idea forth to the powers that be but suggested its too close to the bk16 and if it did come to fruition it would be a limited run.
Finally home. Thanks again Joe for the photos. What a history lesson.
Ethan lol....worst typo in history.
Well apart from that one time i put are you going to gay me...did mean pay me. Certainly got a reaction
Total newbie here, and I’m about to do some Googling, but is the Kephart Sheath Knife one of Ethan’s inspirations? I see similarities in the handle and thickness of the blade.
Look up Horace Kephart
It predates Ethan by a good margin.
It’s essentially the daddy of the modern bushcraft knife.
Bk1862 for the kepheads.
Limited run of 1862
Thanks for the pics Joe.
Looks like a great time.