Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by mwramos76, Sep 8, 2016.
Got a guy offering me a damascus izzy on FB but there's no serial number on it in any of the pictures. Is this normal? I'm finding conflicting photos from searching on vendor websites.
Well, I wasn't comfortable with that knife so I let it go.
I picked up two plain black Izulas for the younger two girls to have. Now they all have Izulas for our outdoor adventures.
hey tell me about the wood handles?
Can I buy wooden handles off anyone for my Izula?
SOmeone was asking about my home made horizontal sheath, I found this new one on e bay that is very much like the one I made, it fits the izula 2 and the izula very well, I have swapped it to lefty carry. so far I am liking it. this is the best way I have found to carry my isula everyday, it's there when I need it, and it hides out of sight behind an untucked shirt. holds well and barley noticeable.
here is a link to the one I bought on e bay,
Here it is with the izula 2 , fits just as good as the izula.
here you can see the kydex sheath I had made some time ago, also in a horizontal carry mode.
here are my three izula's together, you can see how I sharpened the spine so that I can strike a ferro rod.
this is my old homemade sheath, I used an old diving knife belt loop it matched up perfect with my old school sheath for the izula.
here are the two sheaths side by side, new one from e bay on the left and my old homemade one on the right.
Of my 4 Izzies…this is my favorite!
Izula making curls
First burn of my new Firebox Nano stainless
Just saw this but I can make some. Have some maple Im going to try but also have (cant remember the name) the synthetic wood material from a local supplier
Did you make your scales? I’ve never made any before, but I’m thinking hard about making a set for my CM6 out of bois de’arc/osage orange wood.
The serial number is on the spine of the handle on the Damascus version because it’s the original version and the Izula II has the serial number on the blade. It should be on the handle unless it was stripped and the etching wore off as well.
Yes, made from a piece of walnut wood.
These are my first selfmade scales
They look awesome!
link for the wood scales please.