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7/14/05 8:12 PM
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Bocephus
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Edited: 14-Jul-05
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Check it out, kids.

Ontario RTAK.

Should be here in a few days, and I'm hitting the woods.

It's big, because I'm insecure.:)

7/15/05 9:08 AM
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Edited: 15-Jul-05
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I have one and I LOVE it. It goes through a 2 inch sapling like a hot knife through warm butter. you'll enjoy it. -R
7/15/05 10:22 PM
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Edited: 15-Jul-05
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I know it has been said to death but...Now thats a knife.
1/20/06 5:49 PM
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Sticky Jones
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Edited: 20-Jan-06
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Well, the RTAK is no more.

I took it out on a river run, and it slid out of the sheath somewhere in the Ozarks.

Better to find out these problems now, and not during an actual life or death situation.

My newest baby is the Becker Brute. It's smaller than the RTAK, but not by much. It's also a bit thicker, so it chops just as well as the larger RTAK.

It has a nice kydex sheath, that retains the knife even when unbuckled, for retards such as myself.

It comes with a black epoxy blade coating, but I took that shit off right away. It tended to help the blade stick when splitting logs.

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1/22/06 11:50 PM
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krept
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Edited: 22-Jan-06
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that looks like a bad fucker to be sure. I dig recurves and this one looks like it balances great for solid chops. Maybe it's the lighting, but it looks like there is a small grind starting about 1/3rd of the way back from the tip. Should be even better weight distribution with that... if it's the casse, it's one of the first blades I've seen with that grind. cheers
1/23/06 5:19 AM
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Sticky Jones
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Edited: 23-Jan-06
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That's an anvil grind, for batonning while splitting logs. It works perfectly.

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