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BullRing with Relic Finish

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by liontribe, Feb 12, 2012.

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  1. liontribe

    liontribe Member

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    this is yet another new design for 2012. it is a variation of our BullDozer model. this one is 7.75" long and cut from a thick slab of 5160 spring steel. it makes a mean little carry knife. very stark, raw look. spine is rounded with a small cut-out and a couple of bracket notches.

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  2. heron

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    I have to say, it just wouldn't look the same without that rough texture. Really cool; it looks like something dug out of the ground and sharpened.

    Is it comfortable to use without handle scales? I think a very slight modification would allow a secure cord wrap.
     
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    yeah, this model is available as is. it is also offered with a cord wrap or certain handle materials. i am making one for myself with a black horn handle. i almost never get to keep my carry knife for very long. i guess that is good and bad.
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    Great looking blade liontribe. Simple yet looks like it could be bery effective. Love the rough finish.
     
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    it is kind of time consuming, but always worth the wait. that finish is just striking every time. one of my favorites to build.

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    I love the look but I don't know about knives that don't have handles. I'd take a cord wrap for sure. :)
     
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    Very dramatic.

    Don't know how well that finish holds, but it certainly looks cool.

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  8. Owen Sparks

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    Looks more like a cutter than a stabber.
     
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