Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by Baldcutnut, Sep 8, 2016.
What are you cutting there my man?
We have some Osage Orange trees on our property. I grew up knowing the fruit as hedge apples or horse apples. I'd never cut one open before until today. They're quite soft inside and easy to cut, but they taste nasty. LOL! The juice is VERY sticky and required some Goo Gone to remove from the blade.
Looks scary to me. The knife is awesome.
Bet you won't do that again.
Thank you! Love the 6!
Absolutely not! It's not worth the aggravation.
Yes definitely. Seeing these pics makes me want an ESEE 6!
Resistance is futile
You can't NOT have a 6 , it's a great knife.
I was told when I was little that they repel spiders. My grandma used to put them in the basement
They do make good long range rifle targets, though.
Nice catch! What kind of fish is that?
Jeez- no post in the famous ESEE 6 thread since November!
This is a RC6 project I have had on the back burner for a long time. One of my favorite knives meets one of my favorite combos- curly birch with red liners and brass Loveless bolts. Turned out pretty good, could have polished it up a bit more, and a couple small flaws in handle but all in all, certainly a solid usable knife that I'll use- after I figure out the sheath and throw it on the Tormek sharpener.
That 6 is gorgeous man!
Thanks, it was a fun project for sure!
Can anyone show a spine shot between Natural Micarta 3D and TKC scales on the ESEE-6 ?