Let's see some beater knives!

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by Rattlesnake, Aug 3, 2019.

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    I love the look of a well used, well loved, worn, thrashed ESEE or ESEEkin. Let's see your most used knives and hear the story about how they earned their scars.
     
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    My pair of Alumni 3's, one in showroom condition, the other with a few miles on her. I've got nothing on the 5 or the Junglas above. Well played gents!
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    Very beautiful!!! Tells a story!
     
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    Thanks man!
     
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    It was my first time to try a micro bevel at a larger angle and I reached a level of sharpness that I have not achieved before.
    Micro bevel with ruby ceramic and some stropping on a black BRKT compound did a wonder. I did some final stropping on a green compound, but I use the black one more, as 8 like a more agressive edge.
     
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    395E626C-F711-4EA8-AA16-7F39CCF4C1A6.jpeg My 6 is my most used. This was from a beaver not the knife :)
     
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