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Old 12-20-2007, 13:38   #26
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Here are just a few of mine.

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On the lower left side, that looks like one of the original Benchmade/Emerson CQC7 folders. I don't see many of them around (I have one) though I think there have been a couple of models after the original.

I wouldn't mind finding another one... best knife I ever owned.

My plastic, airport knife (pre 9/11), my Benchmade/Emerson Spec War CQC7 and my CRKT KISS
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Old 12-20-2007, 18:52   #27
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A couple of my Al Mar knives, AL was a team mate and when I ordered a knife from him he would put some of my 'badges' on them free of charge. These are a matched set.

Top a fixed blade SERE knife Bottom Folder.:
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Old 12-20-2007, 18:54   #28
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Old 12-20-2007, 18:55   #29
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Old 12-20-2007, 19:08   #30
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Here's a couple of old friends.:

The knife is a Gerber San Francisco Shiv the Pistol a SS Detonics MK Vi.:

Also see post 12 & 13 hereL

http://glocktalk.com/forums/showpost...9&postcount=12

http://glocktalk.com/forums/showpost...4&postcount=13
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Old 12-21-2007, 23:52   #31
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My Ol' Gerber BFK.
Back When they still made Bowies.
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Old 12-22-2007, 14:04   #32
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Old 12-28-2007, 04:25   #33
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Old 12-28-2007, 04:28   #34
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Old 01-06-2008, 13:55   #36
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(TEKNA Micro-Knife)

This one isn't very fancy, but it is a bit unusual. Bought it 20+ years ago and have never seen anything like it in stores since.

It has a button on the top (just like a ball point pen) that retracts the "sheath". It was made by TEKNA who is still in business.

Apparently the glorious peoples State of CA banned them as "switchblades", even though they aren't. You can still find them on E-Bay for around $100.

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Old 01-06-2008, 13:59   #37
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Here's a couple of old friends.:

The knife is a Gerber San Francisco Shiv . . . .
I have one of those. Had it for years. It's a great knife, though it is probably now illegal in San Francisco. Once I even loaned it out to a friend to use a dive knife.
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On the lower left side, that looks like one of the original Benchmade/Emerson CQC7 folders. I don't see many of them around (I have one) though I think there have been a couple of models after the original.

I wouldn't mind finding another one... best knife I ever owned.

My plastic, airport knife (pre 9/11), my Benchmade/Emerson Spec War CQC7 and my CRKT KISS
The Cutting Edge
i have one of the benchmade/emersons. all i can say is the knife is a work horse it has been my primary carry knife for years and really shows some wear but it still keeps an edge like the day i bought it. fantastic knife.
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Old 01-09-2008, 21:48   #39
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A few from my growing collection:
Busse Natural Outlaw
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Swamp Rat Rat Trap
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Strider SNG
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Old 01-16-2008, 21:56   #40
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A few from my growing collection:
Busse Natural Outlaw
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Swamp Rat Rat Trap
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Strider SNG
The Cutting Edge
Microtech Amphibian Auto
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You got to love the Rat Trap!Easy to carry and open and stays as sharp as a knife can be.
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On the lower left side, that looks like one of the original Benchmade/Emerson CQC7 folders. I don't see many of them around (I have one) though I think there have been a couple of models after the original.

I wouldn't mind finding another one... best knife I ever owned.

My plastic, airport knife (pre 9/11), my Benchmade/Emerson Spec War CQC7 and my CRKT KISS
The Cutting Edge
Yep, it was my first Benchmade, and my first tactical folder.
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Old 01-23-2008, 02:37   #42
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Old 01-25-2008, 20:38   #43
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Old 01-29-2008, 20:55   #45
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I only have pics of a few, but here they are.

Top one is one my dad made out of D2, hickory and brass. 11 1/8" OAL, 5 5/8" blade, brass guard, cold blued blade. Very interesting, holds an outstanding edge. Bottom is a M5A1 bayonet, not sure what it was supposed to go on. Garand I think? Instead of the ring to go around the barrel, it has a nub on the inside of the guard, on the same side as the catch. Its 11" OAL, with a 6 1/4" blade, half of which is sharp on both sides. Guard is marked M5A1 and Imperial. Was my grandfather's, a WWII/Korean era Army Lt. Col. No sheath.

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This one is a good quality replica of the Sword of Tigris from Gladiator. I got rid of the 5lbs of brass that comprised the original hilt, and re-hilted much more authentically, all wood. Handle is leather wrapped hickory. Very good cutter.

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This is a spatha I just traded off, as I never cut with it any more. Antiqued the blade and replaced the handle with leather wrapped hickory. Cut like a demon.

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This is another one I did some minor work on. Antiqued the blade and fittings, flattened the pommel, and did another leather over hickory handle. Came out pretty well.

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This is my friend with Requiem, my Christian Fletcher Redeemer, number 16/25. My pride and joy. Also have a custom scabbard made by another friend, leather over wood core, with metal fittings engraved with my tree. No pics of the scabbard though.

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Still need to get pics of the others. Have another like in the 4th pic, but still stock. Have an Angus Trim long leaf blade, and a Hadhafang display sword.
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Old 01-29-2008, 21:56   #46
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Gunsite II by Cold Steel 4" blade.
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For EDC I have a CRKT M21-04 and Blackie Collins skinner neck knife, and my wife has a CRKT M21-02 and Cold Steel Spike tanto.
Also have a ~3" double edged Camillus boot knife that I wish I could still carry, a 4.5" WWII Kabar (I think Navy. no pic), and a 3 1/4" plain edge Gerber Gator.

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Paul Chen Orchid Tanto (trying to trade/sell, excuse the awful pic):

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The cheap stuff:
4 1/4" and 3.5" Winchester fixed blades, a CRKT Wrangler, and Schrade 2 5/8" half serrated folder, along with a couple el cheapo knives that tagged along from random places.
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Old 02-03-2008, 10:49   #48
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NeverMore, what do you think of the CRKT? I've got a Crawford Kasper and love it and was thinking about getting the M21.
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Love it, and my wife loves her 02 (same exact design, just about 30% smaller). Very fast, the AutoLawks is quite nice, and it takes and holds a very decent edge. More than worth the ~$65 I paid for it. Also, the customer service at CRKT is second to none, I've lost screws, clips, o-rings, etc on the M16-13Zs I used to have, and they got replacements to my door in 2-3 days on several occasions, always completely free.
Great company, great products.


I also just managed to sell the Orchid, so there's ~$275 I can put toward more knives. Yay.
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