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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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Protech Malibu 3.3” reverse Tanto DLC…







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I have "a few" knives, and they were all bought to be used, but no matter what new favorite knife I buy, I always seem to come back to a Chris Reeve & an Alox Swiss Army knife. It's just what works for me.



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Home office display case

daily carry changes often


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That’s a nice bowie.
 
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the handle?... it's Latin for "Lover of the Bow".
 
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New ZT0562ti, and two CJRB Pyrites. The stainless Pyrite was a gift to my son I had engraved, he's an Airborne Medic. I liked it so much I bought an exclusive Pyrite with titanium upgrades for myself. Button locks are fun!





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I lose knives much too often to carry nice ones. I keep an Old Hickory paring knife and a Cold Steel shovel and folding saw in the vehicle, and one of their butcher knives in he house. The BOB has some saw blades and a modified Crunch multitool in it. Edc is a cheap folder from wallys. I keep half a dozen of them around, a couple in the vehicle. I cant let the carry-clip be seen most places I go and just in the pocket means loss. I"ve got a case on a lanyard for the multitool, but it's too much hassle for edc.
 
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Quartermaster QTR-2 karambit (2012)


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Gone but Together Again.
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Deleca British Racing ZDP189. Fortunately this knife stays sharp a long time since it's a bitch to sharpen.




Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.

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Not carrying or totin' either one...

Chris Reeve 1-piece survival - 8.5" blade (discontinued)


Randall Model 12 13” blade Thorpe Bowie - tool steel

•These are some of a friend's collection I'm using as photo shoot models•


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8" Model 1 above Model 12


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Spyderco Yojumbo Sprint Run.
 
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I'm also one who has an unfortunate habit of losing knives. So far this year I've lost a Benchmade folder and a Victorinox swiss army style. The latter I was using in some store to open a box to be sure everything that was supposed to be in it was in fact there, and left the knife sitting on the shelf. I've replaced the Benchmade with a mini griptilian and like it, but haven't done anything about the Victorinox yet.
 
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Took the sharp pointy Scorpion out today...

...left the loud one home.


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Decided to get my son a gift for getting his Airborne wings. He's a combat medic (68W) in the Army. He mentioned he wanted a Spyderco, and purple is his favorite color. Hard to tell, but the handle is purple in G10. I fell in love with the tan micarta, and added another Spyderco to my collection. Both have Cru Wear blades, and his DLC coated.

I wish I could see his face in person when he opens it, but I'll have to settle for a facetime vid...



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Pattern-Welded Viking Langseax



"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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Just finished up an overnight in the woods. I brought this. It's a little dirtier this morning though.



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