Knives by Bryan Breedan

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  1. Bax 40

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    knives 006 (2).jpg These two knives are not apt to ever be left in the leaves in the woods, bright orange handles and the same in kydex sheaths, hung em on some para cord making them handy to carry or hang up around camp or the house.

    I bought these on the secondary market for far less than 300 bucks and they are very capable.
    The big one is a great chopper and the small one a good all around knife, both are 3/16 thick which is about a thick as I like a knife, you can make fuzz sticks with either but the big one is a little unweieldy so would be best stuck in a log and the wood pulled against it.

    I would reccomend these blades to anyone, they are top quality, come razor sharp and are at a very good price point.!



    Larry




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  2. Bax 40

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    I went over to Geezerville for this little hike and show and tell, its really greened up since we were there last and enjoyed the short hike, everythiing very wet after a week or so of rain!


    Enjoy, Larry
     
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    My Breedens are some of my favorite and most used woods knives,the heat treat is excellent and the price is very reasonable.
    Buckhenry
     
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    I love those blades! I also dig the orange.
     
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    Love the knives and also long the sling/harness!
     
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    You are right great knives ment to be used.
    Here is my Elf. I actually got to make this myself in Bryans shop.
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    Here is Tessa.
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    Bryan knows his stuff.
     
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    Does he have a website? I keep getting posts about him but nothing actually from the guy.
     
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    Nice, you should become a vendor here and in this forum make sure you always post specs... We want to know heat treat techniques, HRC, Steel used, forge techniques, etc...
     
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    Knives are fine,
    But,I really like GEEZERVILLE!!!

    flaviln
     
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    Geezerville looks like paradise to me.
     
  11. Bax 40

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    He can be found on bladeforums, I bought these on another forum.


    Larry
     
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    The orange handles, with orange paracord with orange sheaths are amazing! I am going to but him on the list for the "first custom knife" purchase.
     
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    big fan....my first true custom...maybe my last due to shallow pockets....it definately works for me.
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    Sweet Pair Larry---


    Here are a few of the Breedens I have tested

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    I just had this made and will be testing it this weekend
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    Mr.Breeden is on Bladeforums and well as Blades and Bushcraft-where he has his own sub forum

    Sincerely

    Dr.Bill
     
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    He is on here from time to time. Try to PM him. I'm pretty sure his screen name is Bryan Breedan.
     
  16. Bax 40

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    Thanks Bill a couple of those big ones look much like mine, very good knives at a decent price.

    Larry
     
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    I agree Larry

    Love your Orange ones too!!!

    Dr.Bill
     
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    I, too, got to spend a day in his shop.
    good guy, definitely not heavy into high polish and the price reflects it.
    He makes a very functional blade with solid heat treat and fantastic convex edge for a very reasonable price.
     

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