Discussion in 'Wilderness Spirit' started by tolesy, Mar 30, 2015.
That looks like a fantastic pairing!
Exactly what I was thinking.
Yes it comes in handy. Been running this set up for quite some time. I prefer the SAK piggy backed to the sheath than carrying it in my pocket or adding another sheath to my belt. It also makes it readily accessible.
Fire prep .
Convex Talon and Survivor combo.
How do you like the convex Talon ? @Sefton
I'm thinking I should get a few more ground.
It's fantastic. The grind is killer. It's become my new favorite ( my old favorite was the scandi Talon ).
Your handle design is THE most comfortable handle for me , and I own 59 blades from BCUSA vendors , past and present.
How are you liking that design so far?
I really like this one. When I designed it I wanted a knife that would perform at multiple tasks, fire prep, light chopping to food prep and game processing. So far it hasn't disappointed.
The full height flat grind is great for slicing and with the .186 thick blade batoning and light chopping isn't a problem.
It also performs great in the kitchen.
The textured G10 provides a good grip even when wet and the cerakote finish offers a durable corrosion and abrasive resistant finish.
I have some blanks in cpm 3v .224 thickness that I am excited to finish. Hoping to have a few finished Sept/Oct. in time for bushcrafting and camping outings.