OtherGround Forums KNIVES IN STOCK for the holidays!!!

Edited: 28 days ago
12/17/06
Posts: 88529

PRICE DROP ON ITEMS 5, 6 and 10!!!

 

We've got knives back in stock for the upcoming holiday season! I cannot guarantee any further stock coming available before Christmas, so now is the time!

We've got a good mix of full-size knives as well as smaller stocking-stuffer size pieces. Every year around late November, I get a ton of emails asking if I've got anything in stock and the answer is always no. This is my attempt to nip that in the bud! Get in now while the gettin's good!


READ RULES BELOW:

First person to respond on this thead with, "I'll take #X" will officially claim the knife. That person then has 12 hours to submit payment via PayPal or Venmo to bushkillblades@gmail.com. If payment is not received within 12 hours, the knife will be relisted on here.

***When submitting payment, BE SURE to include the corresponding number of the knife you are purchasing in the comment/notes section of the payment.***

Shipping within the United States is included in all prices. International buyers pay actual shipping costs. Shipping on these will start on MONDAY of next week.

Kydex sheaths can be requested for an additional 10USD per knife.

I will be checking the thread periodically. Order for claiming knives will be determined by TIMESTAMP on the posts on this thread.

Here is what we have available today:

1 - XL Pocket Protector - 300USD - SOLD OLDNSLOW

Blade Length: 4"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 5160/15N20 Damascus
Hardness: 60RC edge
Handle: Zebrawood w/Wenge Liner
Hardware: Brass

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2 - Pocket Protector - 300USD

Overall length: 7"
Blade Length: 3"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 5160/15N20 Damascus
Hardness: 60RC edge
Handle: Wenge Wood w/ Mahogany Liner
Hardware: Brass

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3 - Belt Bowie - 265USD SOLD WILLIEPEP

Blade Length: 4"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .175"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: OD Green Canvas Micarta
Hardware: Copper

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4 - Blacked Out Interrogator - 275USD SOLD RAVSTA
Overall length: 8"
Blade Length: 4"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 60RC edge
Handle: Black Diamond Richlite
Hardware: Stainless Steel

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12/17/06
Posts: 88530

5 - Eviscerator - PRICE DROP - 200USD

Overall length: 8"
Blade Length: 4"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Orange Hemp/MultiCam 550 Paracord

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6 - Kbit Eviscerator - PRICE DROP 200USD

Blade Length: 4"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Blue Hemp/Black & Grey 550 Paracord

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7 - Pocket Protector - 190USD - SOLD OLDNSLOW
Overall length: 7"
Blade Length: 3"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Osage Orange
Hardware: Brass

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8 - Game Warden - 190USD SOLD ROCG

Overall length: 8"
Blade Length: 4"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Osage Orange
Hardware: Brass

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9 - Long Game Warden - 190USD SOLD WENDYIDMT

Blade Length: 4.5"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Bolivian Rosewood
Hardware: Brass

 

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12/17/06
Posts: 88531

10 - Pocket Protector - SOLD PRIVATELY
Overall length: 7"
Blade Length: 3"
Handle: 4"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Walnut
Hardware: Brass

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11 - Necker - 125USD SOLD STRICT9
Overall length: 6.5"
Blade Length: 3"
Handle: 3.5"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 60RC edge
Handle: Brown Hemp

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12 - Pocket Buddy - 75USD SOLD ALXINTO
Overall length: 6"
Blade Length: 2.75"
Handle: 3.25"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 52100/5160 Damascus
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Brown Hemp

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13- Pocket Buddy - 75USD SOLD ASCENDED
Overall length: 5.5"
Blade Length: 2.5"
Handle: 3"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 52100/5160 Damascus
Hardness: 61RC edge
Handle: Black Hemp

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14 - Pocket Buddy - 65USD SOLD FIJI
Overall length: 5.5"
Blade Length: 2.5"
Handle: 3"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 60RC edge
Handle: Brown Hemp

 

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12/17/06
Posts: 88532

15 - XL Dashi - 50USD SOLD ALXINTO
Overall length: 7"
Blade Length: 2"
Handle: 6"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 62RC edge
Handle: Black Hemp

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16 - Dashi - 50USD  SOLD POWEREDBYBALCO
Overall length: 5.5"
Blade Length: 2"
Handle: 5"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 62RC edge
Handle: Black Hemp

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17 - Rustic Dashi - 50USD SOLD WENDYIDMT
Overall length: 6.5"
Blade Length: 2"
Handle: 5"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 62RC edge
Handle: Brown Hemp

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18 - Rustic Dashi #2  - 50USD SOLD WILLIEPEP

Overall length: 7"
Blade Length: 2"
Handle: 5"
Thickness: .125"
Steel: 80CrV2
Hardness: 62RC edge
Handle: Brown Hemp

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19 - Dab Dashi 40USD SOLD IRONHANDS

Thickness: .125"
Steel: 52100/5160 Damascus
Hardness: 62RC edge
 

9/19/20 1:24 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88533

That's what's currently in stock! Any questions at all, feel free to ask! I'll check/bump the thread periodically!

I will make every effort to refill any stock that sells, but as I said, with the custom work, I can't guarantee that I'll have the time.

9/19/20 1:26 PM
2/22/13
Posts: 5144

I’ll have number 9 please

9/19/20 1:27 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88534
WendyIDMT - 

I’ll have number 9 please


Yours!

9/19/20 1:28 PM
1/1/01
Posts: 34655

Gorgeous stuff. Thanks for offering it

9/19/20 1:30 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88535
joesonshuevos - 

Gorgeous stuff. Thanks for offering it


I neglected to offer the holiday selections last year, so I had to make up for it!

9/19/20 1:30 PM
6/11/10
Posts: 6912

Alto, you ever try to make throwing knives? Would love to see your design on something like that.

9/19/20 1:31 PM
8/20/15
Posts: 8568
Altofsky -

That's what's currently in stock! Any questions at all, feel free to ask! I'll check/bump the thread periodically!

I will make every effort to refill any stock that sells, but as I said, with the custom work, I can't guarantee that I'll have the time.

What are dashis used for? Even a dab dashi.

9/19/20 1:32 PM
7/29/13
Posts: 3945

I really like that first 75 dollar one with the lighter brown handle and the damascus. 

9/19/20 1:36 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88536
Robert Thomas - 
Altofsky -

That's what's currently in stock! Any questions at all, feel free to ask! I'll check/bump the thread periodically!

I will make every effort to refill any stock that sells, but as I said, with the custom work, I can't guarantee that I'll have the time.

What are dashis used for? Even a dab dashi.


Kiridashi are traditional Japanese knives used by everyone from school students to woodworkers. Kids use them for mundane tasks like sharpening pencils while those in the trade crafts use them as marking knives. In the western world, they've found a home as last-ditch defensive weapons. Personally, I use them for utility tasks. Opening boxes, cutting rope, scoring wood/plastics, etc.

The Dab Dashi listed was my attempt at making something for the dabbing "community" lol. I don't smoke hash/resins/shatter or anything like that myself, but some people do, so I figured what the hell.

9/19/20 1:38 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88537
ABCTT_Ninpo Silva - 

Alto, you ever try to make throwing knives? Would love to see your design on something like that.


I did once. It's somewhere out in the woods on my back acre.

Really, it's something I'd do on a custom basis. I just did a throwing axe for a client. They take some tweaking and testing during the process of making them to ensure proper balance.

9/19/20 1:41 PM
1/27/15
Posts: 798

Beautiful work man.

9/19/20 1:43 PM
2/22/13
Posts: 5145
Altofsky -
WendyIDMT - 

I’ll have number 9 please


Yours!

Payment sent

9/19/20 1:45 PM
1/1/01
Posts: 3511

I'll take #16

9/19/20 1:48 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88538
Powered by BALCO - 

I'll take #16


Yours!

9/19/20 1:48 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88539
WendyIDMT - 
Altofsky -
WendyIDMT - 

I’ll have number 9 please


Yours!

Payment sent


Received!

9/19/20 1:48 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88540
DrOrloff - 

Beautiful work man.


Danke!

9/19/20 2:00 PM
4/26/13
Posts: 9255

So fucking cool. I’m keeping the pocket bowie in mind for the future. Seems like such a great idea

 

also something about the micarta finish makes my dicky sticky.

 

keep kicking ass!

9/19/20 2:01 PM
11/21/19
Posts: 3626

#2 is beautiful.

9/19/20 2:03 PM
3/13/18
Posts: 7818

Some sexy stabby things up in here

9/19/20 2:07 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88541
MojoSoDope - 

I really like that first 75 dollar one with the lighter brown handle and the damascus. 


That's one I'll happily keep for myself it it doesn't sell lol.

9/19/20 2:08 PM
12/17/06
Posts: 88542
southcraw - 

So fucking cool. I’m keeping the pocket bowie in mind for the future. Seems like such a great idea

 

also something about the micarta finish makes my dicky sticky.

 

keep kicking ass!


I had to force myself not to buff the Micarta in order to keep that look. My instinct is to take the polish up to a glass-like finish, but in some cases a 600 grit finish just looks better.