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    Here's the "greatest hits" from my collection.

    Some of the folders I rotate through.


    The fixed blades.

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    just wanted to show a Damascus blade that i recently sent to have the handle redone, i did a test on the blade and its holding very well the edge but the handle came apart when batoning because are to many pieces in the handle material and the glue was poor quality when assembled but i know that will be good ,and will post pics when done
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    Some of my new folders. Old standard SAK for size comparison

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    Some of my knives part 1
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    Some of my knives part 2
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    this is a new knife, old vintage carbon blade: a Solingen Sabre , modified by me ,mounted in antler(from M.R.) this is the last knife i fix up for use i swear
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    CS 12" parang machete, my favorite machete.[/QUOTE]

    this CS 12" looks more like a Barong style blade than a parang.


    The Barong (sometimes spelled Borung) is a leaf shaped bolos that are popularized by the Muslims, especially the Tausug tribes of the Southern Philippines. Which later on reached the Mangyan Tribes of Mindoro and Tagalogs of the Eastern Luzon Provinces. The unique leaf-shaped blade makes the Barong distinguishable from other Filipino weaponry. Though weird looking to most people, these Barong Bolos have the most comfortable grip when used as a utility tool, and is one of the easiest to maneuver when used as a weapon. It’s so funny how such a humorous design can be such a brutal weapon. This blade is a powerful addition to the Filipino practitioners collection.

    The Barong is said to be the blade of the Kuntaoists (Kuntao players) in Southern

    I love the shape of the Barong and the weight and feel of the Filipino made blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushpuukko View Post
    I hear ya. I prefer a 3.5-4" blade myself but after watching Finnman in action on YouTube, I broke out my old Leuku and started messing around with it. It chops like a madman,
    It´s very nice to hear that some of you like and get inspiration from my youtube videos!
    This Spring there will be a lot more videos coming when I just have time

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    Here are some of my newer folders that I wait fingers itching to get them in real action



    Eka Swede 88 Swedish made folder. Very thin and sharp sandvik steel blade. Handle is made of one piece of babinga wood. Knife is very light about 2 1/4 ounces and blade is 2 3/4" long. Really comfortable to handle.


    From up to down:
    1. Old standard SAK for size comparison
    2. Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara
    3. Spyderco Byrd Flight
    4. Spyderco Byrd Meadowlark
    5. Gerber Gator

    Byrds have very nice and sharp edge straight from the box and grind angle is suitable for carving also. They also have very thick and solid blade. I think I could even baton with those. Blade steel is 8Cr13MoV steel which takes and holds really good edge. It´s not 100% stainless so you should take more care with those blades. All of them are very flat and equipped with pocket clip so those work really well as EDC carry knives, but because flat design they are not most comfortable knives in long term use.

    Gerber Gator have really comfortable and fat rubberlike handle and steel feels good on it. Blade is 154CM stainless steel. Only grinding angles are too steep making carving nearly impossible. I thought to convex or reshape that original grind, any recommendations?

    Have any of you any experience about these folders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPKnives View Post
    Well this one is finally done. I have been working on this off and on for a while. It is my chopper. Hand made from 1/4" 1075 with a 9" blade and it is 15" over all. Full tang, full flat ground. The handles are Ecuadorian Monterillo with stainless tubes. I have used it before I got it completely done and it is just wild how well it chops. Thank for looking . Doug







    Wow Doug that's a monster!
    Looks like the "Texas Toothpick"
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