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Thank you sir, I've never met this type of lock.
 
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I had never seen this either until I met Mr. Stegner at one of our Washington Arms Collectors (Puyallup WA) gun & knife shows. I later asked him if he could modify mine to an auto since Arizona is good to go for switchblades. It was not legal for him to do the conversion in WA.

But, I did get a pair of Italian Autos @ a huge 3-Day gun show here in Phoenix AZ.


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Italian auto I had a few years ago:



but now PRO and MICRO thech replaced it Smile




 
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Very nice.


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Special Edition - Reverse TT 229ST.Sig Logo'd CTC Grips., Bedair guide rod

 
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My EDC... Retired my Victorinox Tinker for a Case Caplifter. Reason for both is that I use the screwdriver many times daily at work.
 
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Just gave the Benchmade 940 a break and added this OD Microtech to the pocket. Haven't had one of their autos before. I'm liking it!

_DSC0459 by cxcxsx, on Flickr

_DSC0460 by cxcxsx, on Flickr

Sorry for the B&W but you'll have to trust me the OD green grip looks lovely. Just haven't processed the RAW's yet.
 
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Lately a Kershaw Launch 2




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My casual EDC:
Kershaw Junkyard Dog II


My work EDC:
Kershaw Scrambler


My computer desk knife:
CRKT Pazoda



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In 30+ years of collecting knives, one of the best makers I've found is Warren Goltz, now retired. I came across this one for sale and scooped it up. Doubtful I'll carry it.



Check out these saw teeth and the guard drilled for lashing to a stick:


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Been a while since i have contributed. I picked this guy up this weekend.



 
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Been shuffling these three beaters around until I figure which one I'll "stick" with today
F.Dick, Taylor's Eye Witness, Marble's





 
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Been shuffling these three beaters around until I figure which one I'll "stick" with today
F.Dick, Taylor's Eye Witness, Marble's







That Marbles is gorgeous!



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One or the other of these today





 
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