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Himalayan Imports 16.5" AK vs Busse FFBM Chopping Comparison



Chopping comparison between these two blades, weight is about the same, but the AK is just a little lighter, maybe 6 or 7 ounces lighter.


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Автор guitarfan ( назад)
I like a chainsaw to cut logs.

Автор Eduardo Romano ( назад)
Il kukri è sempre il numero uno!

Автор Fireinthehole ( назад)
dont that hurt your wrist?

Автор Eli S (1385 лет назад)
@PRSpl4yer Do you have a climate controlled and gas regulated chamber for
heat treating and tempering? Do you have high heat kilns, liquid nitrogen,
and deep cryo units? Do you have the black label quenching formula? Yes,
Busse's are deep cryo'd. INFI has unparalleled toughness for a high alloy
ingot steel, with amazing edge retention. I've never used a homogenous
steel that is so tough and ductile at 60 HRC. The high price of Busse's
come from manufacturing costs, not materials.

Автор bob miller ( назад)
as much as i love the ffbm , the more i watch these video the more i
realize i'll prefer a grunfors axe with my fallkniven a1 or even a mora.

Автор Will Moon ( назад)
@Master8laster Who said anything about heavy? BTW I'm a knife maker, so yes
I do kind of know what I'm talking about. But if you think a piece of steel
like that is worth 800$ be my guest. In fact, I'd be happy to make you a
knife just like a Busse and charge you 800$, I'd make a killing because the
material cost is NOT that much.

Автор jankerson1 ( назад)
@PRSpl4yer Not all the infomation on what things really are and how it's
really done is out there, it might be one day, but not yet. I have a lot of
knives and not just Busses.

Автор Will Moon ( назад)
@jankerson1 The heat treat can be done, as can cryo tuning, but pretty much
anyone skilled in the process. To my knowledge Busse's aren't cryo'ed. The
only thing that sets Infi apart from other knife steels is it's got
nitrogen in it. Other than that not much difference from any other tool
steel. I guess you'll have to decide if a piece of steel is worth 600$ :/ I
haven't got those kinds of piles of cash laying around, not when a decent
hatchet does the job just the same.

Автор jankerson1 ( назад)
@PRSpl4yer You can't get the steel and the HT though

Автор Will Moon ( назад)
Busse's are so overpriced. I paid less for my Mini 14 than most people pay
for a Busse, simply ridiculous. Put in a little CAD work and find yourself
a CNC mill and you could make that FFBM for about 140$ including material
and labor. I'll never understand why a knife that's essentially three
pieces not including the rivets should cost as much or more than an Arsenal
AK. You could almost buy two SKS rifles for the cost of that FFBM.

Автор theWZZA ( назад)
You have good taste in knives. Your chopping technique is unfamiliar to me.
I thought the idea was to chop a v shaped notch, not straight into the
wood.

Автор jankerson1 ( назад)
@daytonadudenheimer Nothing that is a knife will out do a Busse Chopping.
The FFBM is a lot easier to control when chopping.

Автор Eli Morgan ( назад)
They both look impressive, but which do you prefer for chopping? I am
planning on getting an ang khola, but that busse looks pretty badass. Thank
you for the demonstration by the way!

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