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sammy the blade
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busse knives

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Anyone know anything about Busse knives? I guess they aren't made anymore. A friend of mine gave me one, his boss gave him a few of them and he told me they were pretty high dollar. I've followed the directions on posting pictures but it's not working on my phone. Not trying to sell it, just looking for some info.
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natcherly
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Re: busse knives

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I looked at their website as I too was not familiar with them. Don't seem to be makinge knives anymore, but the focus is on "soft goods" like T shirts. Not too edgy.
AMDAZ
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Re: busse knives

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:D Good find .Quality knife.Don't see many around anymore.LIKE to get one .If you got it at a bargin or weekend sale good for you. May not be in business anymore. Fixed blade? For pics. go to library free to get on line next go to paint. Down size photo should work. AMDAZ
Charleslee
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Re: busse knives

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They never went out of business. Google Busse Combat Knives. Not cheap knives! Well made, they use a proprietary steel-INFI-which is supposed to be extremely hard. They have a following, Jerry Busse & wife have gotta be rolling in the dough. People snap up their knifes just as soon as they put them out. There’s an offshoot company - Scrapyard Knives & another I can’t remember but all in the family.
sammy the blade
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Re: busse knives

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I have one that was given to me by a good friend that was given to him and they are high dollar.
Jim_mi
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Re: busse knives

Post by Jim_mi »

Very good knives, with outstanding marketing skills behind them. You would have to decide yourself if they were worth the money charged.
button_man
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Re: busse knives

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I bought this in 2018, based on a high recommendation from my Knife Guy.
There is always a long waiting list for Busse items, despite the hefty price tags.
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button_man
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Re: busse knives

Post by button_man »

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I just looked at Busse and they aren’t showing this particular knife for sale any more: https://www.bussecombat.com/knives/


I guess it was a good investment; scroll down in this thread for commentary on current value:
https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/pri ... s.1804917/
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