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georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby jaberwaki » Thu May 14, 2015 12:24 pm

Does anyone have the L.T. Wright georgia bushcrafter? If so, what is your honest opinion? Feel free to share pics too!
ugar-6
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby ugar-6 » Fri May 15, 2015 1:54 pm

I do, I do!!! I haven't used it yet but it gets a lot of oooohhhhhs and aaaaahhhhhhs when I show it. I've played around with grips and feeling of it. I believe it will be an ample workhorse without blistering your hands with long or delicate work. The rounded, smooth edges of the handle are conducive to this. Also, I LOVE the forefinger notch at the front. I'm very impress with it thus far and that thing is SHARP.
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby ShonB » Fri May 15, 2015 5:38 pm

I own 2 Georgia Bushcrafter knives. I won the original prototype and then bought another one. The prototype has a flat grind and all of the others are scandi grind. I also own 2 Blind Horse Bushcrafters again 1 in flat the other in scandi grind, I have owned these for 5 years. I like the flat grind better and it is the main knife I carry into the woods, but the scandi is great for wood work too. The handle is like a broom handle and is comfortable when held in any position. The size is great for my hand. I wear a size 7 glove. The Georgia Bushcrafter is A2 steel and does not shoot sparks when hit with a flint like O 1 does. I highly recommend a Bushcrafter to anyone but do your homework on blade steels and grinds before you buy one.
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby ScoutActual » Fri May 15, 2015 7:54 pm

The Georgia Bushcraft is a very pretty knife with nice scales and liners. I'm one of the few guys who didn't buy one. For me, I just don't care fore the Kephart blade shape. I think Kepharts are boring/ugly. *ducks to dodge incoming shoes and bricks*. But to each his own! ;)
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby kcdeming » Fri May 15, 2015 9:45 pm

I also own a Georgia Bushcrafter and I think it a sexy knife even if ScoutActual likes to poo poo on our parade :roll: Shon said it right about the handle, it is very comfortable in the hand!
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby ISurvivalist » Sun May 17, 2015 4:01 pm

Well now. I took mine out this weekend and beat it up a bit. Struck ferro really nicely due to 90 degree spine. Like Shon and Casey, definitely like the handle and shape. Was able to baton with it and do a little wood work as well. I'll post some pics soon.
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby kcdeming » Mon May 18, 2015 9:16 am

Glad to hear that Bill! Can't wait to see some pics!
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby helmsgp » Sun May 24, 2015 9:55 pm

Just received the Georgia Bushcrafter knife on Friday and here are some pictures i took from my phone. Haven't had a chance to get out and use it but my initial impression is nothing but good. Great looking knife and feels great in your hand. Looked up a lot on LT Wright knives and saw nothing but good reviews.

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The Knife

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Knife, sheath and box it came in

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Love that logo

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The sheath

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Georgia Bushcraft Logo
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kcdeming
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby kcdeming » Mon May 25, 2015 9:50 pm

Looks good! Hope you enjoy the knife!!
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Re: georgia bushcrafter knife

Postby ScoutActual » Fri Aug 14, 2015 7:35 pm

Everyone needs to bring their GA Bushcrafter to the next campout for a group photo (that I won't be in haha)

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