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Old 01-24-2010, 20:22   #261
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Latest acquisition: Carbon fiber Strider PT.

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Old 01-27-2010, 02:05   #262
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Some Busse Family Knives

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Old 01-27-2010, 02:07   #263
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Old 01-27-2010, 02:09   #264
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Old 01-27-2010, 02:11   #265
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Old 01-27-2010, 13:49   #266
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Old 02-06-2010, 12:04   #267
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Here's some of my most used knifes.
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Old 02-23-2010, 21:32   #268
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No pics as of now, but I'll share my small collection.

-Western Cutlery clip point hunter (my dad found this one stuck in a stump about 30 years ago in Northern PA)
-Case Cutlery something-or-other small hunting knife
-Spyderco Persistence
-Kershaw Skyline
-Smith and Wesson Baby SWAT (one of my favorite EDC knives; very tough and lightweight)
-Smith and Wesson HRT Boot Knife (couldn't pass it up for $6)
-Gerber AR 3.0
-Gerber Profile
-Buck something-or-other hunting knife
-Some Swedish filet/gut/skinning knife

And some other junkers that I've accumulated over time.
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Old 03-01-2010, 17:31   #269
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You guys have some very cool knives out there...I guess I'll play.

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Left to right:
Imperial hunting knife (found while hiking 20 years ago, made in Providence, RI)
Boning and hunting knives (handed down from my grandpa, to dad, to myself...manufactured by Western States Cutlery Co. Boulder, CO)
Typical Ka-Bar fighting knife

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Spyderco Delica 4 (made in Japan)
Victorinox something or other (made in Switzerland)
Bear & Son Cutlery Stockman, pictured in the middle (made in Jacksonville, AL)
Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Adventure knife (made in USA)
M. Klein & Sons electricians jack knife (made in Chicago, IL)

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Old 03-09-2010, 17:01   #270
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Some are missing due to being with my hunting and fishing gear that I don't feel like digging through, but this is a part of my collection.

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Left to right: Kershaw Skyline, Spyderco Persistence, Smith and Wesson Baby Swat, Western Cutlery hunting knife, Case hunting knife, Smith and Wesson HRT boot knife.

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Old 03-11-2010, 09:19   #271
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Lots of great knives here, surprised I havent seen a RAT yet though.

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Couple more of the RAT
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Old 03-29-2010, 14:18   #272
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Old 03-30-2010, 13:24   #273
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Old 04-07-2010, 01:29   #274
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Old 04-07-2010, 20:56   #275
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Randall Made No. 4 five inch. Li'l brother to the No. 3 six inch shown in post 253.

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Old 04-10-2010, 15:13   #276
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My favorite knife by far. My Hissatsu knife, straped on my riffle plate carrier.

James Williams, the designer of the Hissatsu really put a lot of thinking in to this knife, a single purpose knife, a true fighter.
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Old 04-19-2010, 22:22   #277
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Was going through my knives tonight and decided to get a group shot of them I know it's kinda weak compared to some of the others but here they are any way

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A couple of my favorites don't know why but they are

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Old 04-22-2010, 15:07   #278
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That LMF II is one of the sweetest [URL="http://gerberknivesoutlet.com"]Gerber Knives[/URL] I've ever seen. I'm saving up to get one of them because I have heard great reviews. The other day I was youtube.com and they were conducting tests on the knife and it took about 100 slams from a sledge hammer, not sure of weight, to finally snap it in half. I didn't actually count the number of swings but when you watch it you see the tester has to work hard to break it. I think I found the video on Gerber's facebook page.
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Old 04-23-2010, 13:50   #279
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Old 04-23-2010, 14:37   #280
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@ Tactical Black.. if you get sick of looking at those CRKT M16's, the -03Z and the -13Z, I accumulate them and use 'em in rotation for EDC. I'm up to 5 now, and won't flinch from another 5, as convenient.

My 'keeper' knives are almost without exception backed up with one or more spares. The other few dozen personal knives (non-cutlery) are testers.

CRKT M16 x5 Aus4
Outcast x 3 D2 steel
AF Pilots Survival Knife x2 1095
Buck-BK275 Seki Made Ultralight x 2 Aus8 (discontinued, similar to FRN Byrd Wings)
Ek Cammando #2 x5 D2 steel
S&W wide boot knife x2 420C (?) (cheap but they match my Smatchet)
Rat III in D2 x2 (I almost forgot!)

My knives are mostly excuses to own fancy whetstones. I can get VERY boring discussing pedigreed rocks. Ya'll lucked out.

And +1 on Kershaw Junkyard Dawg II. The ordinary cheap one is a GOOD knife, the composite version is a GREAT knife. I've seen composites as cheap as 49$, which is a steal. It might not be ZT quality but I can't feature anyone complaining about it.

I'll be mating up an Endura soon as I luck onto the deal, the ZDP 189 version. Snagged one and that is some VERY good steel. The ordinary VG10 is great, but even it won't hold up like the ZDP 189. One more ain't more'n a good start. Keeper!

And those Ek daggers I stole fair n' square on closeout from two different stores, the last 5 on the market. 6" D2, double edged, black linen micarta and brass rivets. Retail is roughly $200, and I got 'em 50$ each.

I'll take 2000$ cash for the 5 of 'em, which is as close as I can get to 'Not for sale'. Real good sentry removal tools, IMO better than the Sykes/Fairbairn commando dagger by far.

The Outcasts aren't there yet, I put a long convex edge on one of 'em, and improved it so much I bought two more. They need tuning up, cause the factory edge don't get it. It's a monster job reprofiling that D2 by hand, and diamond hones and garnet stones took me my evenings for a week.

It made enough difference to double the value of the knife. That steel loves a convex edge. It's tough as a boot to start with, and once well convexed is much less likely to chip under any sort of stress. GOOD knives once tuned.
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