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Ulrich Hennicke

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I forged the blade from C60 carbonsteel. Mounting in steel and a wonderfull wood from the Tailand jungle, I do not know the name from this wood.

The sheath is made from ironwood.

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Uli Hennicke

ASGARD THE HOME OF KNIVES

MESSERUNICUM

info@messerunicum.de

www.messerunicum.de

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Very nice chopper Uli i'm realy startng to like these open front sheaths as well.

Bob

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very nice work in the neo tribal way!

it looks as knives that I was bringing back from there...and using during my journey into the Thaï woods...:)

nice materials , too! :)

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Absolutely lovely piece imho.

What Uli didn´t say, and what one doesn´t see from the pics is the overall length of nearly 17 inch :-)

 

I´d love cleaning out the garden with this thing.

 

Mat

www.mareschmesser.de

 

Knifemaker, Germany

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Ulrich, Thats one of the nicest E-neps Ive ever seen. The wood looks like Rosewood but I will have to double check that.

 

The E-nep is the classic jungle work knife around here but mostly they are very poor quality. We use them all the time for chopping up coconuts, bamboo, chickens, and about anything.

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Uli, this style of knife seldom catches my attention. It usually isn't my style. But that really is one good looking knife!

BTW, I was stationed in Wildflecken, Germany in the Rhoen Mountain Range back in the early '90's. I loved Germany and would love to go back now as a civilian.

Resident knife-maker-wannabe

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beautiful knife the sheath is pretty impressive to.

"One who is samurai must before all things" Keep constantly in mind, by day and by night. the fact that he has to die...

 

-Dai Doji Yuzon-

16th Century

 

http://sites.google.com/site/canadianliveblade/home

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