Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by jeeter, Sep 9, 2016.
Add an S35v JG3 to my Christmas list please.
If we're going to dream?
I could tolerate an ESEE 5 sized knife with an ESEE 6 thickness blade.
Basically a shorter sized ESEE 6, but longer and higher than the 4.
Have you held the jg5?
No sir, I have not.
Its thinner than the six but fills that space for a 5” blade that is not so thick as the E5. Might be worth a try for you.
A Sheath that would allow the Izula to fit the ESEE Tin.
I made mine out of %2 Milk-Dex.
Could you describe all the itens in your tin?
Looking at Jeff's Avatar it is only a matter of time till we see either ESEE saws (unlikely) but at the very least saw cases !
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An Esee seax is waaaay past due.
A proven design and one that does 95% (+- 5%) of what you want a knife to do.
Maybe in two sizes, one similar to the Izula II and a larger approx. 4" blade.
If I could be king of Esee for a day...
I have a design for one sitting around, actually.
Hey, don't be jumping line for my day to be King of Esee.
Hahaha--it just reminded me that I've had them on file for years now. May need to dust 'em off at some point.
Spyderco/ESEE collaboration on a folder with VG-10
I want that too.
That would be amazing. The Spyderco Izula Folder. Finally!
Laser Strike with 3D handles.
I wish I could like this 100 more times.
I was out making a fire last night, as I worked my ESEE RB-3.
It occurred to me I would like that very same knife only with a high saber grind.
I love the scandi for working wood. But a high saber would be perfect for most everything else.
Same shape, same blade, same thickness, same handle, just high saber instead of scandi.
My birthday is in October. Please hurry!