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#10748 - 11/23/02 07:37 PM Re: The Best Knives for the Job
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Wanna be like Rambo huh? If you can find them , i'd like to see one also. Lile's website doen't appear to be operational. I would suggest asking the people at bladeforums.<br><br>John McIntire

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#10749 - 11/23/02 09:50 PM Re: The Best Knives for the Job
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Chris Kavanaugh got me looking at the Iisakki Järvenpää puukko/lueko style knives and I have been amazed at how comfortable and wicked sharp a knife in this class can be. They are not expensive either.<br><br><br><br>These tools are designed for survival in extreme climates and have been tested for more than a hundred years. Add the forged Swedish hatchet and you can chop like no knife could ever come close. The Granfors Bruks line is designed to cut. They come with a thin edge and a sharp bit that really bites into your work. I have been amazed at the overall performance that these tools deliver. Go retro and you may never go back.
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#10750 - 11/23/02 10:03 PM Re: The Best Knives for the Job
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Glen,<br><br>Where did you get those knives in the pic? They sound great!<br><br>John McIntire

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#10751 - 11/23/02 10:16 PM Re: The Best Knives for the Job
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John, take a look at Ragweed Forge Ragnar is a super guy to work with.<br><br>These are under Finnish knives. those guys are obsessive complusive's when it comes to "sharp".<br><br>The GB hatchets, I found them at Cutsforth Knives Daren is a great guy who will work with you one on one.
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#10752 - 11/23/02 10:55 PM Re: The Best Knives for the Job
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Great, thanks for the link. I've already got the GB hatchet...but those knives would sure look pretty in my collection.<br><br>John McIntire

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