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Seki-Made Recon Bowie. Great lines!

Tim


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Kinda big, here --





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Is that a Hubble photo?

Seriously though. I used to want one of those when I was a kid. Cool knife!




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Nice knife!

I have an old SOG Sidewinder II from the mid to late 80s and a newer Tomcat. They are both good knives.
 
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I still have my Tomcat [2.0] still in the stable.



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I also have the Tomcat 2.0. Great knife. When I bought the Sidewinder II, I preferred the looks of the Tomcat but I didn't like the fact that it did not have a thumb stud. So I went with the Sidewinder II and many years later I picked up the Tomcat 2.0, the same as pictured above. The old Tomcat had a fingernail groove with which to open the knife.
 
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For you guys that like vintage SOG folders here is my modest collection.








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An old seki Northwest Ranger I had forever(late 80's). Anyone remember what steel they used in these? I want to say 440c but I'm not sure.
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Telling cops where to go for over 25 years
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My only SOG (except for a multi-tool)







What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???



 
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