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The original ZT0777.
 
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The Al Mar Buzzard that I lost/misplaced years ago.
I always think I will find it.
 
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I can't say I covet them, but I do have a soft spot for old Barlows. I look for them at flea markets & buy them up, if the blades haven't been ground away with a bench grinder.


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An older Japanese made SOG Pentagon. The new ones have such and ugly grind.
 
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The original cold steel voyager.
 
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Timberline Specwar. Mostly because I saw it in a catalog as a teenager and wanted it bad.

 
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Benchmade Ares. All of the variations.



You must be damn close.




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I always wanted a Buckmaster 184 by Buck knives since the first time I saw one in 1986.


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I would love to pick up another ZT 0302 as a back up. I own a ZT 0300, 0302, 0303 so I wouldn't mind finding a ZT 0301 and 0300BW to complete the set.


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C-325 Gerber. I have an antler handled one, it's so close to a perfect hunting knife. I've carried it for 30+ years, I'd like another or maybe a couple.

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so sexy it hurts
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Benchmade Ares. All of the variations.



You must be damn close.


Technically, it's complete.
Other than a couple of one-offs and some redundant knives with different markings, I think I'm happy with what I have.




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Surefire Delta. Luckily I have two!


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As a teenager in the 1980's I had a hard time getting my parents to agree to let me spend the $ for this:


Still have it along with box, manual, and receipt.

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I would like to replace the 2 Kit Carson Custom folders I used to own, but was stolen when I was in the hospital being treated. As Mr Carson is now deceased, I will never be able to replace them.


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An older Japanese made SOG Pentagon. The new ones have such and ugly grind.


Yes! The original Seki Pentagons were fantastic knives! Really high quality, good serrations, great handle. Superb.

After going through a very hard time in my life I sprung the coin to buy one at a rather high premium price. It was worth it.

A couple years ago I bought a second from one of our members as a backup. Am always on the lookout for more.
 
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Spyderco Catcherman in H1 steel.


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Currently loving this Spartan Blades Harsey Folder. An incredible knife.


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Benchmite



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I have the even earlier version of the Benchmite. It is a great little knife for suit pants. Almost like it isn't there.




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Timberline Specwar. Mostly because I saw it in a catalog as a teenager and wanted it bad.



I had one...sold it on here, awesome knife but limited in it's use. I also had a warrior...again an awesome knife but limited in its use.

That all being said I would love a Al Mar Smatchet.....
 
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