Booom! Nothing has dropped this hard since World War 2!
I love this one. I liked it before, but now I want to make more. So they are available on my website; www.pearceknives.com
I will keep making them with thuya burl, until I run out. Then I will change it to African Blackwood. I have quite a bit of thuya burl, so it should take a little bit before I have to change handles.
We cut up so many water bottles here using this thing that the local stores have doubled the price of water bottles.
Sorry, De Queen. You guys might have to start drinking water from the river before long.
I have a video of me cutting 3 water bottles that I threw up in the air. Tomorrow, I am trying for 12.
Anyway! The blade is 12" long and the overall length is 18". Carbon fiber bolster, mosiac pins, brass spacer, thuya burl handle.