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I've been waiting and it exceeded my expectations:



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I've been waiting and it exceeded my expectations:



Great minds, or something like that.Smile


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Antique store carry, Full Titanium Hinderer XM-18 Bowie working finish.






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I've posted knives from this maker before, he's in Croatia and sells on Blade Forums. This is his hunter/utility model a little larger than his B&T. Great workmanship for the money, forged 52100, tapered tang, red liners, hammered brass thong hole and pins, decent, died stag and a very nice sheath. I buy these for gifts, gonna be hard to give this one up.



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Halftrack in Magnacut









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SOG Kiku XR.
 
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Titanium & Tritium today!






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Titanium & Tritium today!



Super Cool, GB! I dig it!


Save the whales. Redeem them for valuable prizes...
 
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I've had this knife for over 25 years, bought several from Dave Murphy while he was still alive. I've been using a slightly smaller version as a steak knife. I dug this one out and decided to put it in the knife block, especially for my wife to use. These weren't expensive but are very well done, I think the steel is 440C.



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Cold Steel Mini Recon 1, spear point blade. (no pics Frown )
 
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The one in the middle, Mr. Green.


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The one in the middle, Mr. Green.


You have excellent taste in not-Benchmade!

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Little Utx-70 got pocket duty today.


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Quiet here! This may have been posted but a long time ago. Jason Knight is a very well known Mastersmith, former judge on Forged in fire. Probably 10 years ago, he made a short run, maybe 10 pieces, of the Jurassic Bird and Trout. I was lucky to get one and chose orange G10. He now has a production model of this knife.



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Mercworx Atropos folder.
 
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GEC #88 Bayou Trapper

 
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My sole Spyderco knife now has siblings due to their recent "blemish/factory 2nd" sale. Whatever blemish they have beats me as they both look great.

Note my original is the PM3 with maxamet blade on the right. The center one is a lightweight PM3 and the one on the left is a Native 5 with a maxament blade.

Now I don't know which one to carry?







 
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It's that time of year again and binge watching NCIS has begun...



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