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Old 05-07-2020, 7:35 PM
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Just received my Ontario RAT 7. Couldn’t pass up the price at 50% off retail. Now I have to find a good sheath that cost less than the knife! Any suggestions out there?
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Been eyeing this one for a long time, bladehq putting it on clearance made the decision for me. Couldn't pass it up for $110. Showed up earlier than expected.
Nice. Ive been looking at some new benchmades
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Old 05-07-2020, 8:08 PM
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Just received my Ontario RAT 7. Couldnít pass up the price at 50% off retail. Now I have to find a good sheath that cost less than the knife! Any suggestions out there?
Where did you find the Rat-7 deal. Look at Kabars kydex sheath for a 7Ē blade.
I had one for a Blackjack Model 7. Cost about $18 and heat the Kabar logo with a heat gun gently until the logo disappears.
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Where did you find the Rat-7 deal. Look at Kabars kydex sheath for a 7Ē blade.
I had one for a Blackjack Model 7. Cost about $18 and heat the Kabar logo with a heat gun gently until the logo disappears.




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Just received my Ontario RAT 7. Couldn’t pass up the price at 50% off retail. Now I have to find a good sheath that cost less than the knife! Any suggestions out there?
I have one that came with a gorgeous basket weave leather seath, but it is actually sitting in the stock one that is secured to a gun case for a Ruger PCC.

I'd opt to find something like this:

https://theknifeconnection.com/tkc-o...gunmetal-grey/

OR

AZwelke for an ESSE 6 sheath, but check with him to make sure his retention is good for the RAT7.

https://www.azwelke.com/sheaths/esee/esee-6/

You could also grab a SPEC-OPS large and mold the insert to the knife with a heat gun or iron - I've done that many times with knives 8" or less and those sheaths are great. I probably still have a dozen of them.

OR

https://clevelandkydex.com/ontario-c...eath-p-55.html

RAT7 is a popular knife and there is kydex out there for it.

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You'll see what I was talking about when you get it. I wish I could just buy some aftermarket scales for it. I'd just drill through and put a couple rivets in.
Looking for some old pics of a RAT7... found this old series of posts.

You had it figured on the CS drop forged knives handles. They did just what you said on the Survivalist... drilled holes and added textured scales. They should do the same for the smaller one. I do think the skate tape improved mine though.
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Old 05-08-2020, 4:44 PM
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Just picked up a Hogue EX-02 Elishewitz, Sig series with laminated walnut scales. This is a great knife, big for EDC, but perfect for hunting. Goes well with my Legion too.
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Just picked up a Hogue EX-02 Elishewitz, Sig series with laminated walnut scales. This is a great knife, big for EDC, but perfect for hunting. Goes well with my Legion too.
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Saw some good reviews on Muela knives from Spain, so I decided to try one out. Just got the Muela Bison skinning knife. The stag handle is beautiful and this thing is razor sharp. Fits in the hand perfectly. Leather sheath is very nice too! I just prepped a pheasant for dinner in no time at all. Amazing how easy it is to prep game with a sharp knife. Going hog hunting next weekend and hoping to use this in the field!
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Picked up a Rat-7 from Amazon with my points. Nice blade but itís sheath has to go. IMG_0829.jpg


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Got me an Ek 44 Commando currently produced by Kabar. This was a famous knife for American GIs in World War II. They had cherry wood handles back then.
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Old 05-22-2020, 3:20 PM
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Picked up my first LT Wright knife. This is a new model called the Illuminous 5. It has a 5.7" blade of CPM 3V steel. A .1565" thick spine (by my measurement) that is 1.5" tall. Weighs about 10.2 oz. and has an overall length of 10.3". Handle length is 4.6".

I have large-XL hands and this has an extremely comfortable fine micarta handle (other materials are available). The handle is a little larger in diameter than most knives in this blade length. The fine micarta grip and diameter gives you tremendous grip leverage when carving.

I would say this is my favorite all around medium sized outdoor knife (belt knife) at this time. The handle is really comfortable and unique. This big knife can still perform most small tasks you might do with a smaller 4.5" bushcraft knife, but can also perform small chopping tasks like removing small limbs from a sapling, chopping points on tent stakes, chopping thumb sized kindling, batoning thick wood, and batoning cross cuts in wood. The shape of the rear of the handle makes two or three finger snap chops easy without worry of losing control of the knife.

It comes with a super sharp scandi grind which is easy to strop back to razor sharp after use. The steel is 57-59 HRC which is slightly softer than Bark River 3V at 59-60 HRC, but it seems to hold its edge well and it may be slightly easier to sharpen.

Personally, I prefer a Bark River type convex grind, but I'm impressed with the LT Wright scandi grind, especially in 3V.

This will be a very tough knife in 3V and I pounded, (literally) with a baton, over and over through aged California Blue Oak firewood without a worry. The height of the blade gave me extra confidence that it would not break. Of course 3V is one of the toughest knife steels used today.

This is a quality knife with competitive pricing for this package of quality materials, a great design, made by a well known quality knife craftsman.

BTW - It comes with a very nice leather sheath.

Here it is with some practice carving scrap.

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Oh yeah, that's a nice blade. The Green and black G10 looks great.

They have the Wardens out right now. That's an interesting little knife with the same thickness.

If they'd made this puppy in INFI I would have bought about four or five. Too bad.
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LT Wright makes some sharp spines I love mine.
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Looking for some old pics of a RAT7... found this old series of posts.

You had it figured on the CS drop forged knives handles. They did just what you said on the Survivalist... drilled holes and added textured scales. They should do the same for the smaller one. I do think the skate tape improved mine though.
Hey, cool. I wish they'd done that a long time ago... I decided not to spend a bunch of time making scales for mine. So, here is what I did using 550 cord and Super Glue. I did it in red just for fun, but it really does make the grip usable.

BTW - 550 cord with super glue can make a permanent handle kind of like 550 cord micarta . I wrapped the handle in 550 cord and pushed the excess under the wrap on each side. Then I took a big bottle of super glue and put drops of glue along the wrap on the top and bottom and let dry. This leaves the cord in the palm swell soft, but the portion that wraps over the metal is solid.

This fills the hand better.

drop forge1.jpgdrop forge2.jpg

Below - This was my first test with 550 and super glue. I removed the 7 white strands which just left the red cover. Then I carefully wrapped the knife blank handle with two layers of cord cover. I used Super Glue to hold the cord in place as I wrapped when needed.

After wrapping the entire handle I soaked all the cordage cover with glue and let it dry. It turned into a very very tough light weight handle that's like micarta.

It doesn't look good now because I wanted to test it to see if it could be sanded to make the cord fibers come out to give it a soft feel. That didn't work well, but if I were going to do it again, I would wrap another layer or two of cord, super glue it and then coat it with a couple coats of epoxy.

It just became a back up knife that goes in my truck tool roll. Its amazing how tough the handle is though. BTW - This is a 1095 blank from Self Reliance Outfitters.
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BTW - 550 cord with super glue can make a permanent handle kind of like 550 cord micarta . I wrapped the handle in 550 cord and pushed the excess under the wrap on each side. Then I took a big bottle of super glue and put drops of glue along the wrap on the top and bottom and let dry. This leaves the cord in the palm swell soft, but the portion that wraps over the metal is solid.
Very cool. Hardening wrap handles makes them a lot tougher. You did a great job with the wrap.

All but one of my wrap handle knives came soaked in Marine Epoxy. Very grip-able and more permanent than bare wrap.
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I prefer my own custom made knives. I was using CPM3V before any of big manufacturers. LOL. I love when someone finds out about it like
16 days ago, and think they stumbled on something new. lol! Or even funnier... when it get compared to Infi! HAHAHAHA! We knifemakers are not impressed with Infi. They aren’t even in the same ball park! I first learned of CPM3V in early 2012, & been using it almost exclusively for my knives, for 7 years! I will say Bark River started using it right about when I did. They got the idea from Dan Keffeler & Nathan Carother, same me. Those two were the pioneers with it!

Some of my custom designs, all in CPM3V.






We are getting 3V to 61HRC with virtually the same toughness now with the latest heat treat recipe. Major manufacturers still treat the old way to 59HRC. That way they skip the Cryogenic treatment immediately after hardening & triple temper.
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I prefer my own custom made knives. I was using CPM3V before any of big manufacturers. LOL. I love when someone finds out about it like
16 days ago, and think they stumbled on something new. lol! Or even funnier... when it get compared to Infi! HAHAHAHA! We knifemakers are not impressed with Infi. They arenít even in the same ball park! I first learned of CPM3V in early 2012, & been using it almost exclusively for my knives, for 7 years! I will say Bark River started using it right about when I did. They got the idea from Dan Keffeler & Nathan Carother, same me. Those two were the pioneers with it!

Some of my custom designs, all in CPM3V.






We are getting 3V to 61HRC with virtually the same toughness now with the latest heat treat recipe. Major manufacturers still treat the old way to 59HRC. That way they skip the Cryogenic treatment immediately after hardening & triple temper.

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I have, but I haven’t in some time. I don’t do this as a business. I can’t because I am disabled & it’s just too difficult for me to meat any kind deadline. Knifemaking is a passion for me. I mostly make them for people I know. I have several repeat knife buyers.

All of my knifemaking time is invested in making my frame lock folder design at this time.
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Ontario Rat 2. Anniversary present from the Mrs. Just hit our 20th anniversary yesterday. It's a beefy little thing.
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I have, but I havenít in some time.

All of my knifemaking time is invested in making my frame lock folder design at this time.
Nice grinds, Dave. I like those handles too.

If you have any frame locks done, post some if you can.
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Nice grinds, Dave. I like those handles too.

If you have any frame locks done, post some if you can.
Thank you my friend. The Carbon Fiber I make myself. The other is G10, which I also make, but not these scales in the pics.

Like I said, this is taking up all my knife focus know. So, technically this is my last knife purchase, lol. Frame lock folders are a whole new territory in knife making. I designed this on CADD. Also made the Carbon Fiber here.


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Ontario Rat 2. Anniversary present from the Mrs. Just hit our 20th anniversary yesterday. It's a beefy little thing.
Congrats. My wife & I are gonna celebrate 22yrs in a couple weeks. We were 19 when married! Still canít believe it.
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new toys but need to upgrade sheaths...pics are crappy and don't do them justice!
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Very cool. Hardening wrap handles makes them a lot tougher. You did a great job with the wrap.

All but one of my wrap handle knives came soaked in Marine Epoxy. Very grip-able and more permanent than bare wrap.
Yeah, I have marine epoxy as occasionally do project that require a gallon or so at a time . But what I thought was interesting is how well cyanoacrylate works with 550 cord if you want to make a tough wrap quickly.

You could actually construct or repair something with it.
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Yeah, I have marine epoxy as occasionally do project that require a gallon or so at a time . But what I thought was interesting is how well cyanoacrylate works with 550 cord if you want to make a tough wrap quickly.

You could actually construct or repair something with it.
That is interesting. My problem would be the small Super Glue tubes I keep around.

If I could paint brush it on, it'd make it easier for me.
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Just ordered an Anza 97 Bumble Bee Micarta and Wood

https://jeffersonoutfitters.com/product/97-bumble-bee/

wanted a fixed blade pocket knife
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So, my wife saw the pile of wood shavings I created when practicing some outdoor skills. She called me beaver boy! B**** pissed me off, so I bought two more Bark Rivers.

Bravo Alphas, DLT exclusive.

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Those will be great with a little clean up and the right sheaths. Very cool.
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That is interesting. My problem would be the small Super Glue tubes I keep around.

If I could paint brush it on, it'd make it easier for me.
You can buy it in all kinds of sizes. This isn't where I bought mine from (I can't remember now).

https://www.hobbylinc.com/ca-super-glue

I buy two or three big bottles and keep them in zip lock bags in the garage refrigerator. Don't know if fridge helps, but it stays good for several years.
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https://jeffersonoutfitters.com/product/97-bumble-bee/

wanted a fixed blade pocket knife
Cool looking EDC knife.
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Old 05-25-2020, 9:56 PM
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Wife just gave me a Ontario Rat 2. More reasonably sized than the Big brother. Fits nicely in my pocket.
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