Two Dankuras (kerambits)

Discussion in 'Koster Knives' started by Daniel Koster, Feb 6, 2006.

  1. Daniel Koster

    Daniel Koster www.kosterknives.com Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 18, 2001
    Have a look:



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    Specs:

    7" overall
    Blade = 3.25", 1095, .070" thickness, forged to shape
    Handle = Arizona Desert Ironwood w/ brass pins
    Kydex sheath


    Price = SOLD Shipped CONUS




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    Specs:

    7" Overall
    Blade = 3.25", Cable Damascus, 0.095" thickness, forge welded and forged to shape
    Handle = Curly Maple (fiddleback - nice 3D look to it), stabilized, brass pins
    Kydex Sheath


    Price = SOLD Shipped CONUS






    The top one "sheathed":

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    Both sheaths are set up for TekLoks - In-the-Waist-Band, Regular and/or Small. The sheaths also make good pocket sheaths.

    Shoot me an EMAIL. Thanks!
     
  2. BladeGoblin

    BladeGoblin Banned by Moderators Banned

    May 21, 2005
    Very nice, I love those kerambits.
     
  3. airyq

    airyq

    703
    Nov 10, 2003
    Email sent.
     
  4. Daniel Koster

    Daniel Koster www.kosterknives.com Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 18, 2001
    Ironwood Dankura is SOLD
     
  5. Daniel Koster

    Daniel Koster www.kosterknives.com Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 18, 2001
    Cable Damascus Dankura is SOLD
     
  6. Bladite

    Bladite ǝɹnsıǝן ɟo uɐɯǝןʇuǝb Moderator

    Feb 28, 2003
    dude, nice work :) very nice.

    did you do the cable forging yourself? having watched your sharpening videos, i'm wondering where you hid that part of your shop on the porch :)

    sweeeeettttttt :>

    bladite
     
  7. Daniel Koster

    Daniel Koster www.kosterknives.com Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 18, 2001
    Yes...I forged the cable damascus myself. Time-consuming and heart-breaking (if not done right).


    I've since moved from the porch in MD......to a garage in AR. :D

    Oh, and I do have a forge set up for forge welding...but this one I did at a buddy's place down the street (power-hammer....ahh.....)
     

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