Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by jeeter, Sep 9, 2016.
Like the PR3 only 2” longer.
Your humor completes me... I needed a smile
At this point, I just need more ESEE scandi in my life. An esee puukko or leuku would be fanfreakentastic. I'd probably never use another model of esee again (probably shouldn't admit that lol). But for what I do outdoors that combo would be all I need/want. Rowen 1095, classic scandi lines, with the full tang of ESEE knife goodness; nothing could be better.
Never heard of a leuku. Ill have to look that one up.
It's a traditional Finnish blade used by the Sami people. Essentially it's a large puukko, excels at all the midrange wood processing tasks.
I accepted a long time ago I won’t get one. Just like I’ll never get any ESEE in a 3V or any “new” stainless. Imagine an ESEE 6 in 3V with TKC scales? Perfection. Or a -3 in a properly HT’d Elmax for its stainless properties.
A JG4. Like the JG5 only shorter.
Im dead serious about a PR3 or maybe a 3.5. That would complete me.
A smaller as well as longer Kephart would be interesting for sure.
@Bcamos wants Robots. Pretty sure.
Wer’e all heading back to the jungle next year, would love to see an Esee Parang...
A parang has been on my mind as well.
Have you tried using a worksharp? haha
Ha ha ha!!!
PR4-style scales for the RB3.
Hard anodized, machined aluminum, esee skull logo machined on the sides, shot and pint glasses.
I think the time required at his milling machine to make the prototype would make Jeff Randall very happy
A hollow 7000 series aluminum hiking staff, that accepts the Esee extended fire kit and tubes just below the handle.
The rest of the staff would be holllow , to store a blowgun and darts , or a aluminum tracking stick , or a removable fishing stick etc
Bottom of the staff would be solid, with a threaded stud to accept rubber tip or spike tip or spear tip.
Top end would be wound with removable cordage for grip. Removable compass top would reveal a threaded stud for mounting a rifle rest or camera mount.
Others have said it, but I'd kill for an Esee Kukri. Full tang, those beautiful removable micarta scales. You know it would have a solid sheath from the get go. Plus the warranty? You don't get better than that.
There are $700 Kukris with descriptions like "We promise it's indestructible, but if it isn't, don't call us." And if you don't trust your product, I'm sure not trusting it.
Hammocks. And I still like the old RAT packs.