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Anyone else loving their ESEE knives? I just bought the ESEE HM 4 with the new handles. Wow! what a great knife. First fixed blade Ive owned in a long time. Very Impressed.
 
Posts: 472 | Location: N.E. Alabama | Registered: March 18, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Yup, big ESEE fan here. The last one I got was the lite machete.
 
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I got a couple Esee knives this past Christmas, a 6" & a 3".

They feel much better with the TKC scales on them, haven't tried the HM knives yet.



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Yep, I bought my 4th ESEE knife, a 3 in January. My review is here.




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Yup, my little Izula with TKC scales and the Armatus sheath was with me all hunting season
 
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I claim an ESEE 6 and a Junglas. The Junglas is my 'go to' for most outdoor camp chopping chores.
 
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I bought the esee 4 hm about 6 months ago and love it. I was never a fan of the original handle on the esee 4 but this now modified handle sure makes a kick ass knife
 
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Big fan of ESEE knives.
Carry an Izula II in weak side cargo pocket.
A 3, 5 and 6 in VG and a LS round out my humble collection.
Gave Junglas to my son; he spends more time in the woods than I do.
 
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Yep love the ESEE's for all round camping use. Wife, daughter and daughter in law each have the 4" and my two sons and myself each have 5". Also gave everyone the upgraded scabbards along with the the compass/fire starter ESEE Gizmo.

Also have two of the Izulas for ...just because I love the little blades!!!!

Highly recommend all their products


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Hells yeah






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Posts: 12310 | Location: Western WI | Registered: January 05, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The only thing I like better in hand over the ESEE are Fallkniven handles, specifically the F1.


Stonkin' knives!


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I love that orange 5. Thats a really awesome knife.
 
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I love that orange 5. Thats a really awesome knife.


I love it. I showed it to a friend of mine and he ordered 10 of them for groomsmen-usher gifts for his wedding. That was enough for me to become a dealer Cool



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That was enough for me to become a dealer Cool


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I foolishly walked away from an orange 5...maybe it was red at knife city in Holbrook a while back. havnt seen one since.
 
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