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.
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…
The Colossus is awesome looks like it would give a vicious nasty snap cut.
If you aren’t very careful closing it, then YES.
LonewolfMcQuade awesome Ontario!!!
Some MACRO Microtechs to put the big “ass” in “class.”
Wow, that’s the nicest buck I’ve seen! Reminds me of the Endeavor, which is partly serrated, goes for over $60, and doesn’t have nearly as nice a sheath.
Melvin Lozada Custom Rhino 5.0
Thanks, I feel a touch better about my Negan action figure purchase……a touch