I got a Kukri blade coming in to the studio. The place is making it special for us to do a review. Can’t wait.
@Tactical_Reviews, make sure you let us know when you’re going to be doing that, I’d like to check it out thanks.
Most of my big blades are machetes. I live in eastern NC so a machete is very handy and super light to carry. I will have to get some pictures of them this weekend.
@Steel it’s gorgeous out there. I’ll be passing through on Saturday on my way to Tennessee.
That is my favorite Becker. The BK-5 is hard to beat in my opinion. I had one that I took the coating off and reprofiled the edge the added Micarta scales. I was in love with that knife up until the day she was ruined in the house fire. I bought another one later on but it was shipped to the west coast instead of the east coast for some reason. Just seems I am not meant to have one I guess. Still a awesome blade.
Yeah it’s home. Plenty of farm land, rivers and swamps to hunt for food and test out all kinds of big ass blades or little ass blades.
Here’s a couple close ups of the big ass blades that aren’t katanas. I used a AA battery to show blade size by scale.
Some Chinese large spring assisted stainless knife.
Some Chinese decently high quality “k-bar”. Who am I kidding, its more of a mini-machete.
Since this is a gun forum I thought a look at my Winchester Bowie knife was in order.
This is a hand crafted knife made from Damascus (?) steel with the handle being a elk (or deer?) antler. The guy who made this died but his son still runs the company. I cannot find the certificate of authenticity at the moment to give any more details…