Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by W.Jester, Sep 9, 2016.
Let's see them!
The most sexy stout little knife with the great Azwelke sheath
apparently i don't have any pics of my candiru... great squirrel knife, though.
I have found the candiru to be an excellent skinning knife for deer.
I keep one on the table next to my chair. It is nice not having to look for some thing sharp when you just get set down.
the old style sheath is handy for a small pick set, too.
I really miss my little fish sometimes. I used to carry it on my belt and it was invisible under my shirt.
Jmj's wife's candiru...buckeye burl scales to match here Alma Mater colors
Love mines, surprisingly useful for it's size. But only with the TKC scales, I hated it bare.
Some folks asked me about this Candiru in another thread. Hopefully they'll find their way to this more complete story and pictorial on it. It was made by ESEE6&3. I can't speak for his schedule and work load but I don't know why he wouldn't do something similar for you if you asked. If you are not familiar with him take a good look at his work. It is damn fine stuff.
I tried to render a picture of the transition. This handle is easily removed and just sleeves over the tang.
It is held by the same two screws.
I don't have one but two of my kids do and they are great little knives. Not sure why I don't have one yet.
I think I need another one of these soon. I want to get Mike @esee6&3 to do a set of those extended scales when I get one.
Happily make you the extended candiru scale @VolGrad or anyone else for that matter. And thanks for posting pics @JAD