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Have you ever made a knife and when you were done wonder what the heck is that?

 

Kip

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What is th-covers mouth-

Very interesting, and I'm betting unique!

Greg

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let me be first to say I like it! But i must confess I'm thinking about it as a giant sword cleaver thing!!

I dig it man, I say do more of them.

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looks like a fixed blade straight razor haha

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why its a raspy razor sportin a fileworked skullcracker ;)

 

 

Neat !!!

 

 

 

G

 

LOL!!!

 

Kip

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If you were to add a bottle opener instead of the skull crusher I would call it Kip's fixed bladed multi-tool. And I for one would want one.

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Ya know, Mike, if the edge on the choil was given just a little bit of a lip I bet it could get the top off a beer bottle.

 

Doug

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So let me get this right bottle opener on the what ever it is and I think I will make a spatula a meat fork and some leather beer koozies and call it my party pack!!!

 

Kip

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KIP-- Out here in the Panhandle of Texas we make a knife very similar to yours.

 

We round the nose on the front taking all sharpness away from the front of the blade.

Most are hollow ground(concave) and really are a fixed blade razor except they are used to castrate livestock(bulls mostly).

 

Me and a buddy 'FREDDIE HAIRE' have made close to a hundred of them.

With the most dangerous part of the knife rounded and the rest a razor made of O1 or D2 it is a very useful tool.

 

Of course no window/skull breaker.Grin

 

Chuck Bennett

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You are right Doug. Mmmm a cold one sounds good too.

Awww Chuck ha had to bring up slicing manhood. Now I'll cringe everytime I see a blade like this. :D

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I came across this. I like both of the similarities and differences of the pieces.

 

Geoff that funny that you found that pic. Magnus Axelson has been one of the makers that I have followed from the beginning so Im sure there is a connection. Not quit to that level yet how ever some day maybe.

 

Kip

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