October 9, 2015
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i totally agree and say in in the same way like you. beautiful knives and more beautiful in this configuration.
@h15sulo sorry for the late reply-
i just removed the pivots and slid the blades out. the washers in the Bamboo are pretty delicate so care must be taken when reinstalling them. other than that it was pretty straight forward.
I like what you did with the knives. The bamboo looks especially good with the new blade.
Was it difficult to swap? Did you have to fully disassemble both knives or did just removing the pivot screws do it?
I have a couple mcustas and may try the same thing.
Nice, they look beautiful, and now you have two very unique knives!
Great blade swap! Those are some super classy knives. I've been eyeing some of their knives for a while, and i think i'll have to get one now…
That wood handled one is sweet.
Both Beautiful knives but your right they do look better with the blades swapped.
Think i would ne more suited to the peasents version though ha ha.
great idea and well executed, why they wouldn't have made them that way is beyond me 😉
That just looks so right, and the VG10 will be ideal in the more basic "user knife"
The look FAR better this way. I imagine the reason for putting the fancy blade on the plain knife was in an effort to make the whole thing look better, but I agree with your take on it.
@ColoradoCamper yup its kind of a bonus, not only do they look better but their blades are more suited for their roles.
I agree with you 100%, that swap makes both knives look better. Besides looks, since you carry the Take more often you won't have to sharpen it as often since the Bamboo will have the hollow grind and the Take will now have the flat grind (if I'm not mistaken, correct me if I'm wrong).
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