BHK/LT Wright Frontier first

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  1. Corso

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    So I've had word my package from BHK has passed through customs and I'm getting quite excited.

    I've been after a little neck knife for a while and having tried a candiru, a more 2/0 and various others I put myself down for one of these

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    ended up with a flat grind model in the end but I can't wait its been on my wanted list for some time

    if things work out I'm going to get a second but this time from LT Wright and in D2 with a scandi grind

    I'm not going to lie this one is really calling :D

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    while I wait does anyone have one?
     
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    Good looking blade. Surprised it made it through customs with everything going on over there at the moment.
     
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    Nothings changed, there's some talk of a law changes but the bill hasn't made it to parliament yet and that's only the start of the process

    I am however buying my grail knives while I can since whatever legislation gets passed there will be hassle to buy from overseas
     
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    That is a sweet lookin' blade brother...
     
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    That looks real nice. How's it feel in the hand? Do you have big hands?
     
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    Haven't get it yet I was wondering if anyone else had one I seem to recall some pictures on here when they were made by the parent company some years back. I don't have big hands, I expect it'll be a 3-4 finger knife depending on the grip I'm using- will probably add a small lanyard on it if it needs a bit of an extension.

    My current EDC is a case peanut I see this as a fixed blade version for those times when I need the added cutting power and don't want to worry about it closing up - the UK tread lock knives as fixed blades within the legal system so I might as well have a fixed blade when I have good reason to have one on my person (camping, hunting etc.).
     
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    I have the Blind Horse Knives patch knife when they were made from saw blades and I can get three fingers on there for sure with almost the forth.
     
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    cool I honestly thought they'd be more popular

    mines siting in a depot waiting for me...
     
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    So I've had my BHK patch knife for a little over a week and I'm loving it so much I've ordered a second from LT Wright :D

    Now I just need a scandi grind for the set
     
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