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Blade Magazine’s Overall Knife of the Year for 1991:
The Timberline Timberlite knife with the Neely lock.
Sharp as a razor, light as a feather and it was at a great price point.


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"They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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Special Edition - Reverse TT 229ST.Sig Logo'd CTC Grips., Bedair guide rod

 
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Pena X-Series Trappers





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Very nice. Pena makes some nice traditionals.


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On vacation, first trip out this year in the motorhome.
ZT0562 with custom Micarta scale, Hinderer style hardware & custom pocket clip.









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Just picked up one of these.

Kershaw Launch 8.
Old-school stiletto look, US made, CPM154 steel, lightweight and opens with, shall we say, "authority".
I like it! Big Grin
 
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^^^^ I only have a couple of autos, the Launch 8 and a custom. I really like the 8, well made and fast! Matt Diskin is a very good designer.



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Full Titanium XM-18 , splicer grind today!







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First time to try a Spyderco - just picked up a Para 3 S45VN. Very pleased with the ergonomics and believe I will now be on the hunt for a good deal on the Maxamet version.

Factory edge was stropped a few times after unboxing.

 
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^^^ this is also my first Spyderco.

 
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SOG Vulcan with the Tanto shaped blade.
 
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Emerson Tiger


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My Spyderco Shaman arrived & received the Flytanium scales & backspacer.







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Out among the Ohio Amish this weekend.
Me & mr. “Chaves” .







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Some Microtech Ultratech RV Park carry today !






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Ok grumpy, just how many knives do you own?

You must have an incredible collection!
 
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Nice looking knives Grumpy...

Man, I miss living in Columbus and traveling up to amish country for breakfast/dinner.

I used to pick up some great hand made knives at the gun shows that were held around the central part of the state.

One great knife maker passed away a few years ago. I spent many a pay check on his knives.
 
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A few.







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At work my manager knew I collected knives. He once asked me- "How many knives do you have".

I responded- "On me"?

He didn't pursue the conversation.


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Well played you two. Smile
 
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