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Hey TW! Lets see your knives!

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by twistax, Jun 11, 2011.

  1. sandman427

    sandman427 KR FAB

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    [​IMG]

    My sis got me this for Christmas... My new truck knife ; )))
     
  2. DHwreckage

    DHwreckage Well-Known Member

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    im curious as to which hatchet that is, it looks to be from the forest line. but looks like the perfect size backpacking axe!

    Edit: is it the Gransfors small hatchet?
     
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  3. Benson X

    Benson X ...and we're back!

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    Lol, it's right above the picture: Gransfors Bruk hatchet :p

    I got the motivation to take apart my old Recon1 and clean it out tonight. Didn't want it feeling neglected since it got replaced by the Blackout as my EDC. There was a ton of dried sap in the lock :eek: Guess that explains why it was so sluggish to open/close. Feels like new again :D

    Size comparison between the two:
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  4. DHwreckage

    DHwreckage Well-Known Member

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    there is not just BRUK Hatchet, theres a BRUK Wilderness Hatchet
     
  5. Benson X

    Benson X ...and we're back!

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    I took mine on a 50 mile backpack trip. My pack came in at 34 lbs so I had weight to spare. My hatchet is just a tad over a pound. I gutted a trout with it. Hammering in tent stakes is a breeze. Till the sheath comes off and you slice your thumb. Small wood was abundant so ironically I cut very little wood.

    The gransfors hatchet is better than my Wetterlings. But only in fit/finish. And by a long shot. Comparing the two side by side the Wetterlings is rough. Both perform the same. Awesome! My gransfors small forest axe is much bigger. But it is nice. Grain runs perfect in the handle. Chops off chicken heads in style!

    The sheath on the Wetterlings is much much better tho.
     
  7. aficianado

    aficianado Well-Known Member

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    I expect beavis's post may inspire some to shop. Haha

    Here are my axes. Gransfor Bruks small forest axe. Hard to find sometimes. It is the most popular sized. And my tiny Wetterlings wildlife axe. Both are fucking sharp. I've test shaved my legs with them. Non scientific id say the Wetterlings is sharper. Easier to sharpen a smaller head I think. I got the hatchet for hunting. I want to butcher with a axe. Someday!

    You can see the fit finish diffs. Pure aesthetics. Both kick ass. I love them both. Even the bigger one is packable. I'll take one of them Saturday on my hog bow hunt.

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  8. tig1

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    Nice ,very nice. I love the leather cases

    later tig1
     
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    n fabs,window visor tonneau ,bilstein 5100's all round.245/75R16Toyo A/T II
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    My night lite,not as loud as a gun.

    later tig1
     
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    Is that an old kabar?
     
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    It is U.S. Army,handle was repainted, year unknown.

    later tig1
     
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    My small collection. The little Smith and Wesson has been my daily carry as if late. The big folder with the curved serrated blades belongs to the girlfriend.

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  14. Yota1

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    What is everyone using to keep their stuff sharp? I have various stones and steels, but I never seem to do a good job.

    I'm looking for something that is pretty much idiot proof.
     
  15. chris4x4

    chris4x4 With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Staff Member

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    Lansky stones. Has a guide so you can choose the angle of the grind you want.
     
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    tigerfan00 BECAUSE INTERNETS!! Staff Member

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    I used to use a lansky system but recently switched...so much easier
     
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    chris4x4 With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Staff Member

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    tigerfan00 BECAUSE INTERNETS!! Staff Member

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    it has a polishing belt that does just fine
     
  19. Moose1988

    Moose1988 ____livevil____

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    I love my Spyderco sharpener. 4 step system for every type of knife. Plus more

    GF got it for me for Xmas after I feel in love with my Grandpa's

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  20. chris4x4

    chris4x4 With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Staff Member

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    Really?? That's cool! I'll have to check it out.
     
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