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Thank you.Here it is after several 5 applications of my beeswax. I ran the tap over it for several minutes and the water beaded up nicely. Over all I am happy I finally got around to doing this mod. This was a fun small project on a knife that will be used mainly at home.
Certainly looks like a good working tool
Thank you. The BK62 looks like a great knife and comis loves his. He did an amazing patina on his. I think the price is steep as well. The OH knife is certainly one that could either inspire a purchase or hold off one. I've always liked the design of the Kephart.
Sweet blades, comis Both of them tick boxes off for me BTW what is the finish on the blade in your pic? :thinking:
I'll measure up the OH today Poncho. That forced patina on comis knife is insane right? HIs BK62 is stunning . @comis, I saw some pretty good reviews of this new OH. Its cool they listened and have seen what customers have done with their knives. As folks steered towards thinner bushcraft knives the OH makes great sense. For the price its not a bad deal for entry into bush crafting. The knife is thin but not wimpy. I love how sharp these knives get too. The one I use in my kitchen is amazing.