Cypress Creek Knives

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  1. Sinjin

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    Cypress creek knives is a knife company started by our very own here on BCUSA. He does excellent work, and sent me one of his prototypes to try out. The knife he sent me is called the camp knife, and it can do everything! I slammed it through hard woods, and did all sorts of cutting and it is still shaving sharp. The spine is a perfect 90 degrees and scrapes fatwood like a champ, not to mention the sparks it showers from a Ferro rod! I am thoroughly impressed by this knife and it’s capabilities!
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    A fine looking blade! I look forward to seeing more of his work. A couple he posted here sold pretty fast!
     
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    Yeah they did! I plan on ordering a custom knife from him at some point.
     
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    Outdoornut18 Cypress Creek Knives Vendor

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    Thanks for the great review! I really appreciate it. I'm glad you enjoyed using the Camp Knife it is really one of my favorite designs. I think it's a pretty good do all blade.
     
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    Very nice review and a good looking knife.
     
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    Are you kidding me, yet another knife I have to buy??? What are the specs?
     
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    @GreySwampFox Thanks!

    @theJman for this one the specs are 4" handle 4.25" blade, Micarta scales and A2 steel blade with convex grind and secondary bevel @Outdoornut18 correct me if any of that info was wrong!
     
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    Whew, I'm off the hook. I have XL hands and there's simply no way a 4" handle will work. A 4.25" blade is a bit on the small side for me as well. If those dimensions grew proportionally then I might have a decision to make. Still like the profile though.
     
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    Nice knife and video @Sinjin. Subscribed to your channel too btw.
     
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    I had the same concern, I wear XL gloves and would prefer a bigger handle, but the ergonomics of this knife helped a lot. And as for blade length 4" to 4.5" are perfect for me. I believe he does take custom orders!

    @Luzster Thank you sir! much appreciated!
     
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