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Artisan Cutlery Eagle Folding Knife

Artisan Cutlery Eagle Folding Knife

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The Eagle has Landed? It looks more like it crashed into an escarpment after being locked in a death spiral.
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AC makes some really ugly blades, including this one. Just to show that I am not prejudiced against this company, here is one of their offerings that I purchased. $40.00. D2, Stonewashed, 4", flipper. There is a lanyard hole buried in my hypothenar eminence. Very good F&F, Solid lock up. It might be a good thing that I don't like every knife that I see. I doubt that they would be very good at providing heat and light this winter.
I too am only interested if available in Ti and s35vn, as described, but not listed at checkout. I reached out to MD customer service. Waiting on response now.
Does anyone know how to contact Massdrop and tell them that this listing incomplete? The offer has a full titanium model with higher grade steel and the option is not offered as a choice?
Spokes30
There is a place, after a bit of clicking, that has a Box that says contact. There is a choice for email. I have used this and have gotten a very prompt response. I can't tell you the exact steps, not having achieve either my geek or my guru belt at this time. Try the three little dots and help center. That might do it.
There is no titanium option with the better steel listed as the ad says there is.
Spokes30
This is a re-drop. They changed the options but didn't bother to update the copy to reflect. Happens a lot...
Data
They should pay more attention then, don’t you think?
Excited! Big savings on this.
Is there a practicality to this blade shape or is it just artistic?
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It's more for wood carving. I work as part-time furniture refurbisher (not a carpenter), hawkbill is one of my favorite blade shape.
Heathering
Sure, it can be for that too 👍 Hawkbill paring knives are pretty common as well, so it could also be for fruit carving lol Plenty of different uses depending on your application Personally, i haven't really carried or used this one for anything yet
Almost perfect artisan. Now add a complex grind and you will have it all.
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Lol sorry man, I'm all out of bread
Kavik
Been playing bread ninja with that new knife, huh?
Try sharpening this thing
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Aside from the weird bump near the recasso, it really is easier with the straight edge than keeping an even angle while navigating a curved belly
Thanks though 😁
PaLee
I use the KME sharpening system with the Hewlett JewelStik attachment which is made for recurve blades. Works great.