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It is a beauty and I too am a fan of D2. The size seems to be a good one for me, so tell me...is it a user?
I received this beauty from Montana knife maker Lou Morton today. It measures 8 1/2 inches over all, with a 3 1/2 inch blade of D2 steel. Handle scales are Arizona Desert Ironwood collected about 70 miles east of Yuma. I call it a Custom Camp Muck.
Brad, gotta admit...if I WERE to buy a factory blade it would probably be either a Bark River....or a Blackjack (which is produced by BRK).
I like CPM3V, but don't have a Bark River in that Steel. Have a couple Survive Knives in CPM3V - GSO 7-7 and a GSO-10.
Thanks Brad T.,
A few years ago I picked up a set of Bark Rivers for hunting = Bravo 1 with a little finger groove caper. Sanded off the finish of the Bravo 1 as it was way too shiny (Canvas or Linen Micarta, forget which).
Howard- The knife I will be getting today is of CPM3V. Bark River has a large selection of styles and most are available in A2, Elmax, CPM3V & S35VN. The Little caper would handle your skinning requirements.
I want a CPM3V Canadian Special and a Pro Scalpel ll
Well it sure is a nice looking knife. A-2 steel - would prefer a range of choices of steel, and for me, it's a little too pointy for skinning, a desired task. But hey, if you were throwing knives in a pack for bugging out, just make room for this one.
I want the Seax or the Seax Bantam next time.
Next try a white river or a battle horse
In the meantime, enjoy this one and let us know how you feel about it! Barkies are great
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