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#11
Imma hafta recommend the Abadon by Gage.

http://www.gagecustomknives.com/Abaddon.htm
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#12
Dang, that's nice.

Anyway, I ordered the tops, based on all of the reviews I've read, and the sheath.

I'm pretty sure that this will attach perfectly to the trekking pole straps of my pack. I'll do a report after a get it in a week or so, and log some miles with it.

Justin
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#13
Dunno why this just popped into my head.

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#14
Ten*K;111083 Wrote:Imma hafta recommend the Abadon by Gage.

http://www.gagecustomknives.com/Abaddon.htm

Nice. I've never seen this blade maker. That is some sweet work.
LostCyborg, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Jun 2013.

You wouldn't be able to run as many people over with that car if it didn't drive as far. It should only have a 10 gallon fuel tank.
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#15
das;111058 Wrote:I have a Tramonta its made in Brazil (where they actually use them) Priced right and good quality. Be careful when ordering I wanted 18" but checked 24" now I have basically a sword www.machetespecialist.com/trmabrhtml

You left out a . in that address, it was a broken link for me.

http://www.machetespecialist.com/trmabr.html
TheWolff, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#16
TheWolff;111088 Wrote:
das;111058 Wrote:I have a Tramonta its made in Brazil (where they actually use them) Priced right and good quality. Be careful when ordering I wanted 18" but checked 24" now I have basically a sword www.machetespecialist.com/trmabrhtml

You left out a . in that address, it was a broken link for me.

http://www.machetespecialist.com/trmabr.html

Thanks for fixing the link Wolff
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#17
Received the tops today, initial impression is wow, this thing exudes quality. I can't wait to get out in the woods with it.

Justin
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#18
I know lots of people have jumped on the zombie bandwagon, but this company ZombieTools ( www.zombietools.net) offers a host of heavy cutting/nearly impossible to destroy 5160 steel blades for a lot less than other custom blade makers. Here's a destruction test that shows just how much abuse the steel can take.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itE3_p7F...ata_player

That's the "Deuce", and I am seriously considering picking up the Deuce-II, which is supposedly a bit more *ahem* refined.
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#19
Ten*K;112344 Wrote:I know lots of people have jumped on the zombie bandwagon, but this company ZombieTools ( www.zombietools.net) offers a host of heavy cutting/nearly impossible to destroy 5160 steel blades for a lot less than other custom blade makers. Here's a destruction test that shows just how much abuse the steel can take.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itE3_p7F...ata_player

That's the "Deuce", and I am seriously considering picking up the Deuce-II, which is supposedly a bit more *ahem* refined.

Yup... I've been looking at these for awhile. They're freaking cool. So many choices it's hard to decide...

I have an attraction to the Xiphos.

And the Apokatana... how can any household be complete without something called an Apokatana?

JustinHEMI;112338 Wrote:Received the tops today, initial impression is wow, this thing exudes quality. I can't wait to get out in the woods with it.

Justin

I want to see pictures of you hacking a path to your next geocache.
LostCyborg, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Jun 2013.

You wouldn't be able to run as many people over with that car if it didn't drive as far. It should only have a 10 gallon fuel tank.
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#20
Ordered the Deuce II yesterday. now the wait begins
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