Share your favorites on Show & Tell

ultimate mountain man knife

In Tools and Hardware > Fixed Blade Knives > Show & Tell.
csutton10's items2 of 2german eye 13.25 inch bowie 8 and 1/8 inch blade 1950 ishgerman eye 13.25 inch bowie 8 and 1/8 inch blade 1950 ish
5
Love it
0
Like it

whyattwhyatt loves this.
bobbeebobbee loves this.
ManikinManikin loves this.
fortapachefortapache loves this.
blunderbuss2blunderbuss2 loves this.
See 3 more
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.


    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate


    Posted 5 years ago

    csutton10
    (2 items)

    15.5 inches german solingen steel custom elk horn and dessert ironwood handle [ it is beautiful ] very good steel extremely sharp what do you think? chrisatsequatchie@gmail.com

    logo
    Fixed Blade Knives
    See all
    RARE 1950's SOLINGEN GERMANY 13
    RARE 1950's SOLINGEN GERMANY 13" BO...
    $207
    Vintage Remington UMC RH 34 Fighting Hunting Knife & Sheath. SP-1
    Vintage Remington UMC RH 34 Fightin...
    $51
    RARE 1965-79 CASE XX USA 216-5 VINTAGE 9.25
    RARE 1965-79 CASE XX USA 216-5 VINT...
    $76
    Vintage Al Mar Knives USA SEKI-JAPAN Red Letter Black Micarta Fixed Blade Knife
    Vintage Al Mar Knives USA SEKI-JAPA...
    $102
    logo
    RARE 1950's SOLINGEN GERMANY 13
    RARE 1950's SOLINGEN GERMANY 13" BO...
    $207
    See all

    Comments

    1. whyatt whyatt, 5 years ago
      very nice knife .. it is original as constructed .
    2. csutton10, 5 years ago
      naw this is custom no factory puts out work this fine i got the knife in montana it was from an estate sale guy who sold it to me didn't know jack about knives and didn't want to tell me any more i got it on the auction system ebray for $65.28 cents and i wouldn't sell it [ after i sharpened it and saw that it was fine german steel ] for $249.99....
    3. csutton10, 5 years ago
      all true but i sharpen knives and this is very fine steel smooth edge great crystaline structure probably closer to true steel than any i own ...but i sharpened my eye brand from the middle of the knife to the edge [ a little over a half inch ] it's scary but i love it so i don't really need this knife and being the steel it is it is worth far more than anyone [ who dosen't share my true steel theory ] would ever give for it ..........so some real hunter somewhere has not found his knife ....
    4. whyatt whyatt, 5 years ago
      im glad it has that fine sharpable steel. I do understand how rare that is. great steel is produced by great tempering , and no 2 are exactly the same. even some cheaper knives if tempered correctly , will obtain a true razors edge. others of far more expense may not. its indeed a crap shoot buying vintage knives. you don't know how its gonna be till you've sharpened it yourself. glad you got more than your moneys worth. it is quite beautiful and unique .

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.