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Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Scarecrow28, Dec 13, 2007.
Tom Mayo XL Moranesque folding Bowie.
Amok by Jens Anso
Nice collection FARW10wing! How much did you pay for the customs?
Which one? I'd rather not post a price sheet for the knives I've pictured here. Some of these knives had been part of my collection but aren't anymore. I also have others that I haven't put up pictures for since I want to keep this thread alive by adding more later.
Some of my lefties...
The Emersons. Very cool folders.
My lefty CQC7
Here are my Striders
From left to right, EBLT, CR (crash axe), XL, PT
...just got this one in the mail from AG Russell...
Boker Integral Hunter with European Red Stag - nothing like fine German steel IMHO. Interesting sheath, too...
Sorry about the crappy photography.
Nice looking fixed blade!
Nice collection JASV. What do you think of the Glock knives? What about the CRKT? I've got a Crawford Kasper and SMKW had a great deal on the M16 model.
My folders minus my Strider GB that I'm selling to my roommate. I think after I pick up a EKI HD7 I'll call it quits.
Yeah, after you buy just one more knife you won't buy any more knives.
Thanks, Scarecrow. The Glock knife is a decent "tool" knife, for what it is. I think it was about $25-$30, I keep it in my truck. If it gets stolen or damaged in heavy use, I won't feel bad about just having to get another one. The CRKT is a real nice little knife. Rides well in the pocket and opens/closes real smooth and fast. I got it from my brother, who is in LE. The emblem on it says "Federal Bureau of Investigations/Special Wespons and Tactics/Jacksonville Branch". He got it from an agent that he knows. It's my first tanto. I wasn't a fan of them until I got this one, then I was sold (which later led to my Emerson purchase).
Cool. I'm just waiting for them to restock and I'll pick one up.
Here's one that I like. Small one man shop. The work on the handle is very intricate.
Here's a Caes trapper with red coral, onyx, turquois, and walnut scales in a frame with a $500 Jack Binion's WSOP poker chip. I've had the knife for 5-6yrs and my daughter found the poker chip!
and here is one of my CCC knives. I think it was 100 made and I have number 16 and 30. Black lip mother of pearl congress. Friggn pretty but no real use for the thing.
I need to get my daughter to take some better pics for me!!