Show your ESEE knives!

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by 91bravo, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. T.A.

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    Picked up this 4 for my brothers birthday
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    Excellent!!! And I'm sure he's going to love it!! Wish my brothers would do the same as you hahaha. Well done man!!!
     
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    Very nice view.
     
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    Thanks, it 'a view on Fulufjället national park in Sweden this summer.
     
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    Maintenance Monday. Junglas to be added tomorrow. Picked it up on the cheap. Working on the sheath system for my regular 6 also. Hopefully it turns out OK. 20210830_141026.jpg
     
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    I got an ESEE Blue Ridge Knives Churp. Nice little knife, opens and closes easily, comes pretty sharp.
    About the size of a Swiss Army Knife
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    This is the family portrait, all 6 1/2 of them. The 4 and the Izula are both 440c. I made sure that the D'Eskabar had the Esee logo facing out so it wouldn't feel left out. Hopefully the family continues to grow! Esee.jpg [​IMG]
     
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    That’s really nice DL. It just a “knife”, simple, no frills. I like it. What’s it made of?
     
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    Glad I'm not the only one who got bitten by the Esee bug hahaha
    Good collection and keep em growing too
     
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    Thanks I don’t know if I want to go with a 6 or RB3 next.
     
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    The 6 is a good addition to have. I don't have an rb3 so can't speak on those. But I love my 6 alot.
     
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    I've got both. I've used both on many occasions as my primary camp knife. The RB3 really excels with carving tasks. My 6HM pairs great with a folding saw if I want to cut weight in my pack and ditch the axe. Both of these have excellent handles for extended use. Tough call really. All of the ESEE 6 variants have thickly coated blades (besides the 6HM GB) and I enjoy a 90° spine for fire prep and debarking limbs. So I'd personally strip and square a 6 if I bought one. That's just me though. Enough of giving you my 2¢. Here's a few pics:
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    Completely agree. I stripped my 6 and sharpened the spine on it too. I do wanna grab the hm 6 model. Hopefully one day. Awesome pics too!!
     
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    Thanks Elishea!
     
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    I spent a couple hours clearing debris from a recent storm. This puppy lives up to the hype. Can't wait to get another fire started with this beaut tonight.
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    They love to do work that's for sure.
     
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    I decided to keep mine after all, with the stock scales. I won't get what it's worth and I put a lot into it. Being offered $150 shipped was a slap in the face too lol. Good luck finding one that cheap.
     

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