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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seabirdflavour View Post
    J:/DCIM/100RICOH/RIMG0080.JPEG
    Just testing
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    If you will a good edge win,
    temper thick and then grind thin.

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    http://shutter09.pictures.aol.com/da...YlBUm+0060.jpg
    Last try - not sure how to do this

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    If you will a good edge win,
    temper thick and then grind thin.

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.


    OK one last shot or please help......

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seabirdflavour View Post

    OK one last shot or please help......
    Passed this time!!!!

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Man, there are some wonderful pics of some beautiful knives here! Gotta love these threads

    Here are my favs:

    1. This is one (the only one) that I made:



    2. Here is my most recent purchase... A Nessy-style blade by Mastersmith Dr. James Batson:



    3. This is my "do-anything" blade from Busse; a bit too big and thick for fine work, but I don't think there's much that would damage it:


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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    I've got a few.

    A nessmuk made by Carl W. Price. (1085 steel, box elder burl)




    Bark River Knife and Tool Snowy River (12C27, Turquoise canvas micarta)




    BRKT Huntsman (A2 steel, Sheep horn handle,mosaic pins)




    Homemade bushcraft knife, blade by Toni Oostendorp (cubereaction on BB) O1 steel, Bubinga scales






    Helle Harding (laminated steel, birch, leather, palisander, rosewood)



    These are my favourites. Hope you like them!

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    i really like those barkies

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.





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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Quote Originally Posted by joelbolden View Post
    Love that pack. What is it?
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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Quote Originally Posted by munkyman View Post
    i really like those barkies

    Thanks. I won the snowy river in a giveaway
    I bought the huntsman for $100. It was a special offer.

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn View Post
    Love that pack. What is it?
    Looks very similar to the Frost River packs Bison are selling at the moment.

    http://www.bisonbushcraft.co.uk/page23/page23.html


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    Smile Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn View Post
    Love that pack. What is it?
    Martyn,

    It is an LLBean Classic Continental Rucksack, Waxed-Canvas.

    You can see it here:

    http://www.llbean.com/webapp/wcs/sto...Search&feat=sr

    I have one, there are some "quality" issues especially with the leather used to make up the straps, these are made by sewing 2 thinner leather straps with the "nice" side on the outside together with some nylon fabric in between.
    This nylon fabric sheds threads like a camel shedding it's winter coat and the "leather" straps stretch especially the one's used for the shoulder straps.

    The rest is very nicely constructed.

    Cheers,

    Bagheera

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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    Thanks Bagheera - What are LL Bean like to deal with? Shipping OK etc?
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    Re: lets see your bushcraft knife.

    You can get a similar pack for a teener delivered, once I remember where I got mine from! Hang on!

    Edit: http://www.genuinearmysurplus.co.uk/...tail/rowid=679 It will work out at about a tenner including postage. Get some Nikwax waterproof wak on the leather to condition it, but mainly to stop it creaking!
    Last edited by spamel; 24-07-07 at 07:49 PM.

 

 

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