busse/kin knives picture thread.

Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by JV3, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. Andy the Aussie

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    Hammered silver I think they call it..!
     
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    :)cheers mate
     
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    Tempted to pull the trigger on a mega ratweiler but If anyone ever wants to trade anything off keep me in mind... it might save my wife from needing to get a job and my kid from living off kraft dinnner!
     
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    It's time the women and children toughened up and started earning their keep... :D
     
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    Haha!
     
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    20200619_235832.jpg 20200620_000113.jpg 20200620_000009.jpg Ended up picking one up, Mega Ratweiler next to an Junglas for size comparison.
     
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    I have one of the older 'Weilers, they are a nice blade.

    And just for Expat..... a Busse in use.....

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    20200630_002840.jpg 20200630_002829.jpg No more virgin steel..
     
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    Nice !!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Just dropped my $1.00 and ordered my first Busse off the site.
    It's a Hell Razor 2, as soon as I saw It, I started scheming ways to make it happen.
     
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    A wise choice.....don't let Jeff tell you otherwise !
     
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    Keep staring at those on there.. too rich for my canadian paychecks . Congrats, been loving this guy though.. 20200705_141137.jpg
     
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    Where is that lake in your pic mate ?
     
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    Lindeman lake in Chilliwack BC . It was a a nice fairly short/easy hike to get to with the family.
     
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    Have a swamp rat r3 and sycko regulator coming my way next. Used the mega weiler camping last weekend for everything from pounding stakes into the ground and processing big logs to small feather sticks to start it up.. and still cuts paper after all the abuse. Sr101 is awesome.. cant count how many branches i chopped on the ground sending that blade into the rocky soil underneath. :rolleyes:
     
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    .....it looked just like a spot I had been....the place I was was further east however (when I figured it out from the maps).

    .... you will like both those new ones, there are a few different iterations of the Regulator and I will be interested to see which you end up with !
     
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    Pretty sure its a mil regulator. Ill post some pics when it arrives !
     
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    So, talk with me about the ASH 1.
    A few of questions,
    1) Thickness, there is a "Thick" and a "Thin", is there a "standard" thickness.?
    2) I'm interested in knowing what the thickness' are?
    3) handle variations. Do they only have the Nano Fusion handle or is there another option.
    I think I want a coated blade in Infi with micarta scales and thin.
    There's a learning curve with Busse.
     
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    Thick is .32, thin .18. The LE was .22. I have those plus variations in .17. 20 and .26. They are most commonly flat ground but there was a short run of sabre ground blades that were .20 at the spine.

    No different handle options but some different grip options. Magnums are most common, they are contoured, standard are flat. They were made in both canvas micarta and G10 (plus some custom exotics.
     
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    That's good information. I've seen those in .32, .22 and a .26 recently.
     

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