Big changes coming to ESEE Knives

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by shaneadams90, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. erik

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    no, 31, except leap years ending in "0" it's only 30 so we don't get too ahead of ourselves
     
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    Hard to tell when you're serious any more? I do have an old American made Schrade filet knife that is one of my prize possessions. :cool:
     
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    well damn, that means I have you beat too!!

    And next one to get is the Laser Strike! These new releases don’t help with trying to not buy more.
     
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  4. Jeff Randall

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    He's been corrupted working here. He use to be a just the facts type of guy. Now, he spews about as much BS as Mike and I do.
     
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    Everyone finds the mentors they need to make sense of things...
     
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  6. Ballenxj

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    Haha, Oookay. :eek:
     
  7. 21stCenturyFrontiersman

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    :D Lol

    though those additional blade styles wouldn’t hurt..... Just say’n! ;)
     
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    Seriously, you guys have all manner of size in your knives, including a cleaver? What would be the major malfunction in having a filet knife in the mix? :D
     
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    Because you know some horse's ass on this forum would baton with it, break it, and post it to y'all tube.
    Malicious? Nope.

    Just because we could.:D
     
  10. Ballenxj

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    But you know the unconditional lifetime warranty could make an exception for batoning and prying with the fillet knife. ;)
     
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  11. Black5

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    Just DON'T throw it!
     
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    Just use it for normal duty, like, you know, filleting fish? ;)
     
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    Oh no, I would throw it and then baton with it, because I could.
     
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  14. Black5

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    You just employed the term "normal" on the Esee Forum.

    At this point in time, please peruse past threads, pictures, and comments. Are you sure you've used appropriate terminology?

    :confused:
     
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    Well, you could always use the cleaver for filleting fish. I'm sure the results will be um, normal? o_O
     
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    clamp cleaver to the table and draw the fish across it?
     
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    Negative. This will result in the filet being curled rather than flat.

    Yes. The results would be what is normally expected when one fillets a fish with a cleaver.

    Or does cabinetry with an axe.
     
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    Didn't our ancestors start out that way? ;)
     
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    I could go for an Esee-3 or Esee-4 with the skull and cross Esee blades logo.... ;)
     
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    yep, me too
     

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