Awesome thread! I love history, especially knife making history!
Will definitely be looking forward to a review of an early Bear Jaws. Thank you again for doing the leg-work, Max!I have a soft spot for Bear Knives and MTs, as they are produced in my home state. But, that said, I can objectively look at them and am aware of where Bear needs to improve. Mainly, the locking system on the 'L' locking tools. They need to grind the lock lever tang bump down to where it is about flush with the handles. And for goodness sakes, Bear, lets get the QC tightened up.
Thanks for the info
Very attentive and well written! Thank you, Max! I'm only saddened that part 3 will be the finale.
Quote from: gerleatherberman on January 16, 2019, 02:17:58 PMVery attentive and well written! Thank you, Max! I'm only saddened that part 3 will be the finale. Thank you for taking the time to write this.