Awesome Eric.....Good choice, I think you will love it.
I was going to say something about how Kephartish that looked. Then I realized that was the point of the Cooper's Creek. Nevermind I shall go back to living under my rock now.
The weird thing about the Cooper's creek is that I named it after a creek around where I live.
Csugg told me that he read that Kephart was drowned in a creek of the same name. Pretty wild, I didn't know that until a year or so after I made the first one.
Thats a bit creepy Iz.
Hey J how much does that thing weigh compared to a G.R.? Also how deep is the blade (cutting edge to spine)? I think I may be able to put a knife like this to use.
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Whew....Iz can probably awnser that one better then me. Its been awhile since I held a green river in person.
It's a little heavier and wider than a g.r. Not quite as "whippy" as a g.r. if that makes any sense. I'm not sure how wide the blade is off the top of my head. Wait one and I'll go measure it.
Here are the pics of my 2101 in action yesterday. I had a piece of buckeye in the wood pile that was begging to be turned into a batch of kindling. It was a bit green but it was no problem to batton through.