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Just felt like sharing...

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Tony_the_tiger, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. Tony_the_tiger

    Tony_the_tiger Well-Known Member

    Had a few of my favorite blades out for some work on a ceramic stone and stropping. So, I took the opportunity to line them up and snap a couple photos.



    Thanks for checking it out, feel free to post your pics as well.

  2. perado

    perado Well-Known Member

    I recognize the 710 & 943, but what is the fixed blade?
  3. snapshot762

    snapshot762 Well-Known Member

    The 710 is one of my absolute favorite EDC knives! Is that top one a Bark River?
  4. Tony_the_tiger

    Tony_the_tiger Well-Known Member

    Thanks for commenting! Snapshot762 is on the money... the fixed blade is a Bark River Bravo 1.5. This particular knife is 5.8" of blade and 11" all said and done. It is made with A2 steel and black micarta scales... I had the thumb ramp ground off that you might see on similar models. Bark River makes these in a variety of configurations.

    There is a good review of the blade available here: http://www.workwearcanada.com/reviews/detail.cfm?review=32

    and here as well: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1025401-Bark-River-Knife-and-Tool-Bravo-1-5-Review

    Not the best photo, but the profile of the blade can be seen below, as well as the sheath that it comes with and a bark river fire steel.


    It is one of my favorite blades right now for use while hiking.
  5. perado

    perado Well-Known Member

    Can't go wrong with a Barkie, either.

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