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Santa was very good to me!
#1
I found a Ka-bar BK5, Buck 110, and a cold steel trail hawk under the tree!
Lots of other stuff too, but those are the sharp things!

Not sure what I did to deserve all that.
Life ain't nothin but a funny funny riddle..... J. Denver
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#2
Apparently Santa thought you were a good boy.   Wink   So just keep doing what your doing!  Cool
Jimbo
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#3
I spent a little time playing with the BK5.  I'm very happy with it!  It slices like a light saber.  

I'm sure it can chop, but it's kinda light for the job.  The blade is fast!
The spine is beveled, so it will cut into a baton if you use one.  I'm sure you can do it though.  I avoid using knives to process wood, so it isn't a problem for me.

This is going to be my next hunting/fishing knife.  With the way I hold a knife for skinning, I think the BK5 will be great for processing medium sized game.
And the blade is beefy enough to easily cut the head off of a catfish.
 
I started with a Camillus BK9, moved to their BK7, and now on to the Ka-Bar BK5.
I guess I'm migrating to lighter knives.

The BK5 makes me think of a Cold Steel Bushman on steroids.

The Buck 110, well....... what can I say?  There's a reason why it's a classic.

I need to put a better edge on my Trail hawk.  It makes a satisfying "thunk!" but I think a better edge will make it sing.
Life ain't nothin but a funny funny riddle..... J. Denver
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#4
Merry Christmas indeed!
Addictive knife buying isn't guided by logic.

Tolerance is within a standard.

"Food is power. We use it to change behavior. Some
may call that bribery. We do not apologize."
 -Catherine Bertini, UN World Food Ex. Director, 1997

Proverbs 27:17
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