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Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Scarecrow28, Dec 13, 2007.


  1. gruntmedik

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    Yep, it was my first Benchmade, and my first tactical folder.
     

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  2. G-26

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    Standard SnG, SnG CC, and SMF.
     

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    My Kershaw leek....
     
  5. NeverMore1701

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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.
     
  6. StogieStang

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    Gunsite II by Cold Steel 4" blade.
     

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  7. NeverMore1701

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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.
     
  8. Scarecrow28

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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.
     
  9. NeverMore1701

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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.
     
  10. osinious

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  11. Scarecrow28

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    Very nice Gerber osinious. I've been looking into the LMF (?) a bit lately.
     
  12. Sure Shot

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    one of my many
     

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  13. Scarecrow28

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    Sure Shot, what brand is that? Very nice knife.
     
  14. chewybaca67

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    Looks like a Cold Steel 3" Voyager. Same one I been carryin' for a about 3 years. Good, sharp, gets the job done and easy to sharpen. I like em' cuz I know I won't fret too much if I loose it.
     
  15. Scarecrow28

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    Alright, cool! Thanks for the info!
     
  16. minnshooter

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    Here is my collection of my favorite brand- Spyderco!!
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    5.5" Ka-Bar, Benchmade auto, Spyderco Lil' Temperance and a smaller Benchmade Axis-lock folder.

    M4/M203 with M68 in the background on an M1097 HMMWV.
     
  18. Dobber

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    1913 Springfield Bolo
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  19. FARW10ring

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    Knife is good

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    Pimped Strider PT next to 1 of 4 made Hellfire by Rick Hinderer

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  20. FARW10ring

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    Knife is good

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    Top knife is a CQC-13 and the bottom knife is a zero ground Super Commander

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