I think it was around $100 or maybe a bit less.
Neo Quello: love that ur doing the review out in the woods... how much did you spend on it..
If you are looking for a sheath, KnivesShipFree sells a pocket sheath that fits really well.
Wow, good find!
I don't do much carving but it does seem to work well. The blade is pretty thin and the point is perfect for small stuff.
NechakoRiver: Thanks :)
Doggorunning: 5 stars great vid, that knife looks real nice
NechakoRiver: Yep, there are leather sheaths available. I haven't had any problems with my hands slipping. In my experience, all Bark River handles feel really good and have a great shape for gripping them.
If you haven't seen it before, the Bark River forum on KnifeForums has lots of info about the knives.
NechakoRiver: Cool, even if it is hollow ground it will still have a convex edge.
27dcx: i just bought one of these! cant wait till i get it. i think it is the hollow ground one though.
NechakoRiver: It does look kind of similar.
The Aurora is a great knife, good choice!
tallswede68: That knife looks like the bird and trout knife.
By the way, I just got the Aurora. I think I'm going to get one of those custom Bowies.
NechakoRiver: If you can find one, get it. They are great little knives.
tallswede68: That's nice. I may get one.
NechakoRiver: That is the f3.5 aperture of the lens that gives the nice blurred background. The camera is a DSLR that can take video.
I can use all sorts of lenses and get really cool video. Lots of fun!
Christopher Murphy: thanks alot
NechakoRiver: It still has it. The colours aren't as bright but it might show up in a video.
I'll give it a try
knivesandstuff: that new camera rocks!.. the fixed focus is very good blurring out the background.. i wonder if mine will do that..
nice knife too.
Christopher Murphy: i wanna look at the patina on it if its still there