- Mar 27, 2010
What I kinda envision: Sgt. Khadka wanted to improve on the M-43, so he made the first 2 Super CAKs. Then after refining the design further, he made the Bonecutter. Now, for the Super CAK 2.0, he started with the Bonecutter, added fullers, and most likely made many other changes that are less visually apparent. And then he made absolutely sure that Bhakta made them exactly as they should be.
I couldn't be sure about this. Bladite might pop in to answer yours but BC has a relative with one from now defunct Gurkha House.
Noticed the 3-ringed, stick tang version of BC? I hope to see and try them in HI's future line.
From another thread:
And hey, they've gotten 1 ounce heavier with each listing. Kinda funny. Is it just me, or does each successive one also look more like a Bonecutter than the last?
My point exactly.
Say on Super CAK 2.0 (a continuum of an already near-perfect design of the 1st version), what would you think adding the fuller will do to the magnificent BC?
The hollow forge in the BC is a fantastic feature to reduce weight as well as stuck-free during chopping. What do you say?
It's fantastic Sgt is training Bhakta to do a version of his but i'm pretty sure we all want to revive "Super CAK" or "WWIII" ?