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Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:10 pm
by Geordie Ross
I love the horimono on the tanto mick, very nice!
As for the razorback..... That's something else, the features and geometry on the blade are something I've never seen before, love the boar tusk on the sheath.
Nice additions to your collection. :tumbsup:

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:37 pm
by Serious666
Down under really know how to make a knife don't they. The outback its my fave

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:52 pm
by Geordie Ross
What's the optimal size for pics in this forum?

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:32 pm
by Moon
Geordie Ross wrote:What's the optimal size for pics in this forum?
800 x 600 ;)

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:43 pm
by Geordie Ross
Mick, you can resize your pics in the edit image menu. Set it to 800×600 and click the little lock icon

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 12:33 am
by Moon
WTF happened to the OP and pics? :S

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 12:36 am
by the blade master
shrunk in the wash

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:43 am
by Dotanuki2K
Mick,
Wow !!
A full dress Harley Davidson!!
I didn't know you rode motorcycles. :D
Live Free!
Ride Hard!! :wheels:
;)

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:13 pm
by the blade master
:D
geordie these are the new pieces i was telling you about

1 the bucks heavey bowie this is as close to a factory made item as you can get a real perfect finish on the blade not a ripple on the blade sides anywhere
and sharp as hell too weight of this bowie is spot on 2lbs the steel is stainless and as ive said perfectly finished the handle scales are indian rosewood with a
solid brass finger guard and brass rivets nice solid tang at 1 inch by 0.25 inch would make an ideal camp knife for the out door types or a nice piece for your
bowie collection dont dismiss this one guys its a better piece than you think should have bought mine ages ago geordie i,d take a look at this one if i were you
blade leangh is 12.25 inches handle is 5.50 blade width is 2.75 thickness is 0.25 ins
2 the master cutlery rambo 3
3 the cold steel gang hatchet
4 the cold steel spike hawk


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Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:31 pm
by Moon
What happened to this one and the others that were in the OP Mick? :S

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Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:36 pm
by Lone Wolf
You appear to have a axe gangs axe from kung fu hustle ⊙_⊙

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:47 pm
by the blade master
aye thats the one

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:54 pm
by Lone Wolf
Stop tempting me! Chinese sword, bronze katana, tanto, elk ridge knifes and now kung fu hustle axe my list is getting long.

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 6:17 pm
by Geordie Ross
They're ace mick, loving that spike tomahawk, the blade on the heavy Bowie is massive lol

Re: come take a look at my chopper

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:17 pm
by the blade master
tell you what geordie when you read about james bowie and the famous sand bar fight what was it they say (he defended himself with what onlookers describe as a large butcher knife) its this one that comes to mind lols not bad really when they say dont bring a knife to a gunfight it sure didnt do him any harm in spite of the wounds he sufferd what was it shot a couple of times stabbed a couple of times and still killed a couple of the bad? guys i think he disembowled one and the other got his comupance i think he nearly lost his head how he survived that lot beats me but i hear these texans are a tough lot lols

geordie if you do decide to get the spike kawk and want to use it the advice is to remove the (what they call a set screw) otherwise when using it you,ll end up with a dirty great groove going down the top end of the hawk handle caused by said screw in the hawks head as the hawk hits and digs into the target the handle somtimes moves a little causing said groove the cutting edge is very sharp the spike is somwhat like that on a medieval war hammer pity the poor sod on the receiving of that thing some guys ive seen have removed the black paint from theres with excellent results looks a bit more authentic that way

on the gang hatchet the chinese characters rub off very easely after being handled a couple of times but the piece is very nicely made the cutting edge is coated in laquer but a couple of wipes with your accusharp soon sorted that and put a bloody sharp edge on it as my poor finger can testyfy too wouldnt mind polishing the hatchet to a mirror finish bet that would look a treat