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Old February 25th, 2012, 03:29 PM #21
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The three folders I usually use (the Boy cut troop I was in didn't let you have a fixed blade so I just never got around to buying one). I got some fencing sticks and long blades somewhere..... (I guess I'll have to look for my pizzaro longsword and my 43" rapier blade)
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Old February 26th, 2012, 12:13 PM #22
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Here's a few more of my stone knives both ancient and modern.

I found these two knife blades in Southern Maryland. The Native Americans made them thousands of years ago from quartz pebbles which are common in the area.
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Here's a few ancient North American hafted knives mostly found in Indiana and all the states around Indiana. They date back to the Early Archaic period which was 7,000 - 10,000 years ago. All would have had some type of handle attached to them probably made from wood, bone, or antler but they have long ago rotted away. The one marked "cast" is a plastic cast copy of an authentic knife. I made the one marked "reproduction". It can be very hard for collectors to tell the difference between authentic artifacts and modern made fakes and sometimes a microscope and even a chemical analysis is required. Almost all of these have been used and resharpened in ancient times creating serrations and a slight bevel near the edge.
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Here's some of my modern made stone and glass knives and tools, I made the 4 on the right.
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The Chicago police department said the best way to defend yourself from a violent attacker is to vomit on yourself. I think flinging poo could work a little better. But NOTHING beats flinging LEAD!
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Here is one of my formal aikuchi tanto that I really love by American smith Randal Graham. It has a 13" cutting edge and is very finely tapered in all axes of length, width and thickness, forged in W1 tool and die steel, water-quenched & differentially tempered and fully fingerstone-polished before mounting in plum-stained honoki with water buffalo horn caps, hooks and inlays and a silk sageo. It is sticky sharp and feels like you could drive it through an oak desk( though I'll never try ).

The green tanto was made by another American smith, Scott Slobodian, but sold right before I put the money together to buy it and I've been questing after it ever since.

The auto is a Benchmade ATS-34 model 1000 which has served particularly well.
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Old February 26th, 2012, 08:22 PM #25
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Here's some scary looking "evil automatic assault switchblades".
Unfortunately this entire collection was lost forever late last year in a horrible boating accident in the Bay along with a whole bunch of guns. May they rust in peace.
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The Chicago police department said the best way to defend yourself from a violent attacker is to vomit on yourself. I think flinging poo could work a little better. But NOTHING beats flinging LEAD!
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Here's some scary looking "evil automatic assault switchblades".
Unfortunately this entire collection was lost forever late last year in a horrible boating accident in the Bay along with a whole bunch of guns. May they rust in peace.
Ouch!

That looks like well over a grand worth of knives lost!
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Old February 27th, 2012, 12:00 AM #27
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Ill KICK it OFF.

Starting from the 2nd pick.

Pair of Bark River Bravo 1

3rd pick

Blind horse knives - Bushcrafter & woodsman

4th pick left to right
Esee Izula
Esee Izula II
Esee Hest
Esee 3
Esee 4
Esee 5
Esee junglas

5th pick left to right
Kabar extreem DII
Sog Seal seki japan
Kabar/Becker BK2
Gerber LMF
Tops Knives Cochise
Cold Steel SRK Carbon V

6th pick left to right

Black hawk Kalista
Fallkniven WM1
Fallkniven F1 Custom scales
Martin Knife Field Grat BT bush Tec
SOG Seal Pup
Case XX Skiner


SHOW US YOUR COLLECTION

You Know You Really Should Start Collecting Knives, I don't think You Have Enough.....
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Old February 27th, 2012, 12:24 AM #28
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Here's mine...
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Just Kidding, I will Round up Some Tomorrow and Post them.
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Two Gerbers and an antique Schrade, lots of back pocket miles on these blades.
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Here's mine...
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Just Kidding, I will Round up Some Tomorrow and Post them.

Ahh the ever so rare high speed low drag Killem ALl bush craft hunter fighter butter killing dwarf tossing beer chugging Kick Tabliban in the banana Mega nose picker SOCOM navy seal blade.. LOL
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