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Discussion in 'Becker Knife & Tool' started by myright, Dec 3, 2008.
Thanks it's a practice piece I played with before I tackled one for my son's 18th birthday. My son is only 3 so I have plenty of time to make a sheath for it
Some photos from the cabin this weekend:
Looks like a good time!
We had a blast man, we really did.
Doing a little tromping around with this on the belt today.
This is why you dont strip the blades. Blades that look like this are the best looking.
Couldn't agree more.
Not at all a criticism just noticing. On your 4, the most coating is stripped from further behind the designed sweet spot. Do you use it mostly for batoning and that is why it's at that spot where it's worn or do you actually chop with it hitting there? Or do you hit the sweet spot and that is where it rubs to when it splits?
It's from batonning.
Makes sense that was what I figured but I was curious. Love looking at your pictures sir!