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hopefully my new EDC. Fixed blade.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Mp7, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    Hi guys!

    I just saw this one on facebook posted by the maker.

    I am so in love.
    Wish me luck! Let`s hope the price isn't to high.
    I plan to put no grip on it and make a kydexsheath for it.
    (Made from a hoof rasp)

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  2. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member


    Just got the mail.

    The maker wants almost 600$ for it.


    a bit to much for something i am actually gonna use. :rolleyes:
  3. Coyote3855

    Coyote3855 Well-Known Member

    'tis a pretty knife, but at $600 one is paying for the pretty when many less expensive knives of similar design will do the same job.
  4. Sam Cade

    Sam Cade Member

    If that bare blade sells for $600 I'm heading to TSC and buying a pallet of rasps.
  5. Zeeemu

    Zeeemu Well-Known Member

    Farrier files cost $23.99 at TSC. :what: $600 would buy two dozen.
  6. Jaxondog

    Jaxondog Well-Known Member

    Must be a misprint...$60 would still be a little high for just a blade.
  7. olderguns

    olderguns Well-Known Member

    Mine if I ask who the maker is thatcan make a difference in price especially if hes well known and respected.
  8. liontribe

    liontribe Well-Known Member

    wish i could get $600 each for my file knives. i think the most expensive bare file knife i make is less than $150 and that includes a sheath. wow. i must be doing it wrong. :evil:

  9. redneck

    redneck Well-Known Member

    The guy who shoes my horses told me that it has become common practice to case harden rasps, as only the teeth need to be hard. They aren't really tool steel or much good for making knives. I think it has been that way for 10 years or more.
    Maybe they aren't all made that way, or maybe that guy used an old rasp of known quality steel, but either way I'll pass.
  10. Yo Mama

    Yo Mama Well-Known Member

    It's more than likely a Michael Morris knife. Very good blade, but yes there has to be a typo, his stuff is going for more like 80-150 dollars.
  11. kieranklein

    kieranklein Well-Known Member

    Not a fan of file knives in general. You dont always know what steel you have.
  12. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    Robert Sederl.

    Here`s the google search.
    He`s pretty active on knife shows obviously.
    Also life in Austria is probably more expensive than in the US.
    So that`s a factor, considering the hourly wage.


    I am really in love with that pattern.

    But not enough to pay that price.
  13. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

    I could get a lifetime supply of Mora' s for that.
  14. Sam Cade

    Sam Cade Member

    It looks ergonomically unpleasant to me.


    I'm not sure what to call that protrusion.

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  15. Valkman

    Valkman Well-Known Member

    It looks painful. If that's $600 I'm getting back into knifemaking!
  16. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    this is what it looks like with skeleton grip.

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  17. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    i don`t even ..... :)

    Zombies be cryin' ...

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  18. mdauben

    mdauben Well-Known Member

    Ouch! I don't know the maker or his reputation, but I just don't see a knife worth $600 there. For that kind of price, I want a hand forged or exotic steel knife with premium handles, or at least one that demonstrates a lot more hand work than that. I bought an EDC rasp-knife from a maker over on BFC for around $60 that I was very satisfied with.

    Of course, if he can get $600 for that knife, more power to him!
  19. Sam Cade

    Sam Cade Member

    What is that horrible thing on the right?
  20. sgt127

    sgt127 Well-Known Member

    If you want a good using fixed blade, please check out Bob Dozier. I own several of his knives. They are, for me, as good as it gets especially at his price.

    I carry a model 6 every day.

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