Discussion in 'EXPAT Knives®' started by Expat, Jan 19, 2018.
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That's gotta be my personal favorite one yet.
I second this motion
I'm in! Thanks for the chance.
Got mine today! Thank you again!!
I like it! I see you snuck the stormy kormer in there.
I just got the same color in waxed cotton. Not just for the frozen days anymore.
My heads to fat to wear one. Like Elmer Fudd with a ten pound water head.
Alright, how do I get a sticker?
You have to buy every knife he's made to date plus every one for the next five years.
That's definitely the preferred method.
The other one is simply to send me your address and I'll mail you some.
That design bypasses my previous favorite (the tested on real animals sticker). I really like the attitude of these stickers, and that most people will ask me about the Expat stickers I have adhered to my stuff.
I took my cleaver and Libertariat on a camping trip this weekend and two of the guys said they're buying a Libertariat when they get home today. They thought they cost $120 for some reason.
I got that a lot at SHOT. For whatever reason, guys thought that the Libertariat and the Cleaver cost the same amount. Stamped steel in El Salvador is not the same as hand assembled and ground steel in the US.
The cleaver is a much better piece of gear than the Libertariat, but they are both worth their respected prices. The Lib. is a particularly good value.
The Libertariat did wonders at being a draw knife and making the base board for a friction fire. Very versatile blade for sure.
I set them straight so I hope they all pick one up.
How does the Lib baton, or is it capable? I haven't seen any review videos posted so why I'm asking
I have had good luck batoning softer woods with the Libertariat, but I didn't try putting it through oak/cedar/etc as I have an axe for that. In hindsight, I think the Libertariat batons wood better than my cleaver.
Somebody check on Expat. Doesn't seem to be making sense for some reason.
I have battoned everything with it. Even oak up to 4 inches. It can take it. That was one of the main tests it went through. It even battons mysterious jungle wood.