Very happy with mine.
Made a couple plank chairs out of some rough sawn red oak this afternoon while my metal was heating.
[ATTACH] Today I finished up another challenge piece -- I upset one of the 3/4" x 6.5" bars down into a 1.5" cube - without any fish lips/bird's...
here's what I started with (and the plates I drew out and cut that would become the hinges and hasp for the box)
And this was my first...
OTOH, I recently did another challenge to see what could be made from a 6.5" piece of 3/4" square stock (150x19mm) and made the hinges...
saw one for $140 over at BCUSA a bit ago.
good use of pallet bulks!
as a southpaw, I greatly appreciate a non-frame lock folder!
especially one at the $20 price point made with a decent steel and a fair hardness.
a little surface rust is nothing - give it a quick wipe with an oily paper towel and it'll be good to go -- or strop it to polish the surface rust...
I have XL hands and love the 6HM
the standard 3 is thin enoufgh it makes my hands cramp, but the 3HM is comfortable to use.
I don't need the Yuma, but I hate seeing you sell such a great knife for such a low price just because of some cosmetic issues.
Shoot me a PM.
Ross makes good knives.
I keep thinking I <need> one of his LUK models...
I made a post about the Yuma on the FB TM Hunt page -- hope you get some positive attention.
seconds if it falls through?
the extended scales made a huge difference on my original 4 -- and on my eskabar.
both are great, but if you've never had a fixed blade before, it's easier to learn fine motor skills with the 4HM.
Bottle/can holder and cap lifter.
love the look of the coconut, but if I drop it in the grass, I may never find it unless someone puts a bright blue lanyard on it. ;)
those look good - am I too late to get in on the passaround?
I'm in -- thanks for the generosity!