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Since cutlery has its own forum section and on this section the revived watch thread is so hugely popular, I would like to suggest a type of merger… Watch + Knife!

I will throw out the first PIX.



…Please add your photos.

(I am hoping to have stylophiles add some of his great images)


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Free picture of gun too!!



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I'd play, but I honestly don't own a watch LOL. Never have, just hate things hanging off my wrist - and since retirement, I'm not always sure what day of the week it is let alone time of the day... and it doesn't matter anyway Wink

Cools pics though! Smile


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If I had all the money I've spent on knives, I could probably afford a nice watch but I'd rather have the knives.

Wore my G and flipped my Boker trainer while watching Sean Newcomb pitch 8 2/3 no hit innings against the Dodgers today.

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This trainer Boker makes is a great way to get started flipping. Blade HQ sells them but they sell out fast when they get them in.
 
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Great stuff everyone.

Newf. In the words of my late father: "My wife wanted a watch for Christmas, so I let her!"
-I believe he stole that line.-


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One more!! I just got this solar powered G-Shock, and this Benchmade folder is one of the best performing commercial knives for the money I’ve owned in a long time! It just is GOOD!

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A 110 year old sterling silver pocket watch with a Wil Stegner custom folder.
The coin was given to me by my paternal grandmother in 1963. It is a commemorative silver half dollar that was struck in 1892 for the Chicago World's Columbian Exposition marking the 400th Anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ landing. She had kept it as a souvenir of her attendance at the Expo.

Engraving on back of the Elgin:

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She had kept it as a souvenir of her attendance at the Expo.

That's a wonderful story and a great keepsake.


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