I'd love to see pictures! Of the knives that is...I don't want to get slapped!I know a man who makes custom knives out of deer antlers and car springs. They are amazing to see. He sells some of them, but keeps most. He also makes leather sheaths for them.
I remember visiting when I was a teen. I do not know what he uses to grind the antlers down, but the process stinks to high heaven. You never forget this kind of smell. It smells like burning hair only ten times stronger.
I'd argue it's only moronic if you can't afford it and buy it anyway. You have to realize these knives are made for collectors not for Joe Sixpack. Some people collect stamps, some knives.Custom knives can be great but some cases are just moronic in a lack of a better word. I saw that Chris Reeve Sebenza, some anniversary edition, went to $2500.
Yeah but you get free shipping. And if you have more money than brains, it's acceptable.Is this the thing you were speaking of Chris Reeve Knives: Sebenza Folder - KnivesShipFree.com They look great but c'mon, it's insane to spend that amount of money on a knife.