Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by longbow2240, Sep 8, 2016.
Getting ready to work on my baton. Think I have everything I need..
She put in some work today. From chopping to slicing the baton to cutting up onion n tomatoes. Love the patina she's getting.
Enjoying the day and finished the baton.
A little drilling mod. Not sure why TKC doesn't put these grooves in their esee 3/4 extended scales, but the paracord stuck out too much. Now it's perfect.
Agreed. I love them on the Laser Strike handles. Nice work.
Thanks. Yeah not sure why they do it on the LS and the extended izula ones but not these. Not a hard mod but still. No biggie though, needed to kill 15 min anyway lol.
A friend's 4 3D. It feels even shorter than the regular 4 in my hand, due to being thicker in the middle and thinner at the end. Only HM for me
I wear XL gloves, so not some XXL monster paw, just a short handle.
Quick walk before work
Misty, cold, wet and FRESH - autumn is here.
The 4HM is such a nice knife, loving it!
Did a few upgrades to it. Changed the D ring to silver, changed out the paracord, the old one was cool but too much orange I think, cause I needed to break up the colors some. Then, this really bas ass sterling silver Harley bead. One thing left to do and that's to put hollow tubes in the scales. I think that would top it off just right.
The 4HM helping me preparing lunch.
If I could have only 1 knife this might do it.
Beautiful 4. Is it blued or some wicked patina?
Hot vinegar solution soak.
Awesome! I have had similar dark result with boiled coke (boiled as to not leave any air bubbles) on a carbon Mora.
Added the snaps today. I THINK I'm done with it, hopefully..
So.. Not quite done. I know I know, y'all probably getting tired of me posting this but eh.. I love it I bought more "mechanical" looking screws and replaced the ones in the scales and a few in the sheath. Had to order more screws so I can replace the ones in the dangler also. Going to etch "HD" on the Rowen side as soon as I can find the right lettering and I'd really love to find a way to etch or dremel a chain in the spine. The first pic shows the Phillips screws, I think the new ones look much better.