The "I wish ESEE made it" thread

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by jeeter, Sep 9, 2016.

  1. ChromeDome

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    Oh yes. With an animation of the “Captain” swimming upstream. A lifetime of nightmares awaits...
     
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    Kids need healthy fears.
     
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    Prolly been said already, but how about the 3HM/4HM in black oxide with some jimping and a 90° spine?
     
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    I filed some grooves into the top of my 4hm where my thumb naturally rides, and filed some diagonal "hashmarks" into the handles on both sides.

    The change in the feel is wonderful for me. Repeated the process on my 6hm with same results. I already did the 90 on the spines.
     
  5. Strigidae

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    Have any photos to share by chance?
     
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    I'll post some tonight. They ain't purty, because I free handed everything with a needle file one night, but you'll get the idea.
     
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    IMG_20200203_160058148.jpg IMG_20200203_160048599.jpg

    Like I said, not pretty, but it was an impulse that worked.
     
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    Like it!
     
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    Izula II in s35n in a wharnie blade shape.

    Oh, and injection molded sheaths for all the ESEE line. Leather works for a lot of things, just not knife sheaths.
     
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    An Esee Cheese knife in S35VN, you know for the cheese deer.
     
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    MOLE MOLE MOLE!!!!
     
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    A cigar cutter to go with the cheese knife.
     
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    great idea a mole knife, for dealing with the Moles
     
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    I second this.
     
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    Thanks for the explanation! A nice simple pouch for the Junglas sheath would be amazing. Currently I’m using a 5/6/LS pouch attached to my Junglas sheath with two bolts and two heavy duty zip-ties. It works, but something purpose built and possibly larger would be better.
     
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    I'm bringing it back up again, group buy Esee filet knife! 440c would be fine, no need to get too fancy.
     
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    I don’t know if it’s been said before but how about a Candiru in S35VN.
     
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    You're going to have all those broken S35vn knives being sent back in. Probably get one or two shuriken out of each one. Just saying.
     
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    We need a pouch to fit the esee 3 and 4!
     
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    How about an ESEE collapsable moka pot made of S35vn. Just in case you need an espresso shot in the field and want to make it in style.
     
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