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A THR knife PICTURE thread?!?!

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Yo Mama, Jun 30, 2011.

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  1. Yo Mama

    Yo Mama Member

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    I looked and looked, and find that THR has no major collection of user knives!?!? A few other forums have huge collections. So come on everyone, let's chip in a make a thread in the hundreds of pages with knife pics.

    Ones you own, ones you love or hate, ones you want to show off. Let's get going!
     

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  2. Deltaboy1984

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    Here is mine!

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  3. Deltaboy1984

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  4. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    Any chump can pull a bunch images off the net of things they don't actually have.

    If you don't actually own it, don't post it.
     
  5. Deltaboy1984

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  6. Yo Mama

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    100 percent agree! Real pics only everyone please.

    Deltaboy, is that blue bone Case a stockman,..I couldn't tell?
     
  7. Deltaboy1984

    Deltaboy1984 Member

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    I own everyone I have posted so no worries with me. These photos come from my Photobucket account.

    I have lots more I need to photograph and load up.
     
  8. Yo Mama

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    I think HSO was just setting parameters for the thread for everyone not you or I?

    Deltaboy, now you made me take a pic of my new Trekker. Just got it to compliment the black one.
     

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  9. Deltaboy1984

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    I understand Yo.
    Here is my hunting knives.
    my Mora
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    My OT 165
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    My OT Sharpfinger 152
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    My Custom Bill Mayfield small game knife made from a Sawmill Bandsaw Blade.
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    My really old Green River Skinner knife.
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  10. ArfinGreebly

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    Small Bites

    It would probably be in bad taste if I tried to catalog all the [strike]junk[/strike] hardware stowed in boxes and drawers.

    However, perhaps a couple at a time?

    With each picture that I post, I will also include a link to the "gallery" script that displays all the photos in that directory. That way, if you're so inclined, you can see all the out-takes for the knives where I post the one or two marginally acceptable pix I have.

    Without further ado . . .


    First knife I was ever given. November 1st, 1961. Imperial US Officers Ulster 916 (scout/camp, US Army issue clone with red scales). I still have it.

    Closed, notice the post on the screwdriver/bottle opener blade. (Bad color reproduction. Trust me, it's red.)
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    Open, showing main blade tang stamp.
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    Open, using flash, showing tang stamp and faded etching. (Told you it was red.)
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    Here's a few knives I discovered when I was unpacking shortly after moving to Idaho. I was thrilled -- there were knives in there I hadn't been able to find for more than five years!

    An original Gerber Guardian. Cast aluminum handle w/Armorhide coating.
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    A Gerber Shorty hunting knife, purchased at the Ramstein AFB Base Exchange in 1971. (Not shown is the Mini Magnum, whose blade I broke.)
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    Here's the Guardian, the Shorty, and an original Muskie (before they added the spoon tip to the handle).
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    I don't own many Barlow knives, but I do have a nice US-made Remington:
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    Oh, and in that same box was my Ontario Spec Plus Fighter:
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    I guess I'll get out of the way now and let someone else post a few pix.

    I'll have more later.

    :)

     
  11. 451 Detonics

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    I do have a few...this post shows maybe 1/3 of my collection...

    Well....there is my general display area that has a few of my knives...

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    Then we have some of the various SAKs...

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    And scout patterns...

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    Barlows are a favorite...

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    The Cold Steel Classics in Carbon V make a nice set...

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    For inexpensive knives the Colt Brown Stag are very nicely made...

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    I also like custom knives...

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    I do own knives other than folders as well...

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    Then of course you have "tactical" knives...

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  12. Tokarevsrule

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    451 detonics, I notice you have a cold steel scimitar and pro lite. Those are my favorite cold steels, and I have a lot of them. The pro lite is my carry knife. Did you cut the thumb hole on yours?
     
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  14. Yo Mama

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    Great first page everyone! Now this is what I'm talking about. A thread that will make THR proud.
     
  15. Tokarevsrule

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    The first photo is my best handmade knives built from scratch out of 1095 steel sheets. The second is my Cold Steel collection.
     

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  16. Deltaboy1984

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    Great looking collections and now my wife has seen I am not the only knife collector she knows of.
     
  17. 451 Detonics

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    Yep...been modding thumbhole knives like that since the eighties, long before the Emerson Wave.

    I saw a solitary CS Twist Master above...more fun to have a set...These are the small TW's and a size comparison with a large version

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    and here is a set of the earliest Cold Steel folders...the Shinobu's...

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    i love the Twistmasters. i bought a set of them, and sold all but two. it's probably the knife i've carried the most lately.
     
  19. Leadhead

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    Lovin that bottle opener! Does it actually close? I guess it just sticks out through the handle......nice!
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  20. BRad704

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    I'll just go ahead and say that I made most of these, and make note of the ones I didn't along the way...

    Bowie (made by myself and Jim Adams)
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    Fighter (made by myself and Jim Adams)
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    Short Seax type blade (again, me and Jim)
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    M96 Swede bayonet, obviously NOT made by myself
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    Forged Micro-bowie
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    My fighter hangoing out with a bowie that was given to my grandfather to settle a debt
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    Damascus Kershaw Dagger
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    Camp knife (now lives in Florida and owner says it has done great work so far this summer :) )
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    Small Camp/Fighter, now with my Dad
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    3 blades I have called the "TC Series". L to R, chisel ground and going to a Coast Guard guy soon, Flat ground and going to a buddy in WV, and convex ground and rides in my laptop bag everyday. All are receiving black paracord wraps.
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    Not a knife, but it is pointy and stabby and will cut with the tip (skin too...)
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  21. BRad704

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    Kiridashi with lanyard and sheath. Since this pic, i have satin finished the blade and reground for a sharper edge.
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    Forged Skinner with a sheath I made for it
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    Doc Shiffer Tactical folder
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    Two Matt Bailey's (i know the guy selling these 2 if anyone wants them..)
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    Another kiridashi
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    My first slipjoint. ATS34, brass and buffalo horn
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    More Kiri's... further polished since the picture
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    Slipjoint 2 ATS34, brass and bocote
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  22. BRad704

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    My first flipper, and yes, it flips, fast... :)
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    Les George's wife Bianca... Les was cool, but Bianca was awesome. :) I got to go to Blade with Murph (a mod from Knifedogs.com) so I was getting the VIP treatment.
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    John Cohea knife...
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  23. Deltaboy1984

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    The link in my signature has many knives that I made, and the sub forums have many more. Between those and what I own it's way too much to show!

    Some Fighters I made:

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    Stag Landshark I made:

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    And the knife that was in Blade magazine, my Super Camp with giraffe bone handles:

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    All 3 of those pics were by Rob at Balance Digital.

    Browse around at the link, see the Mike Lovett knife I own and many more that I made.
     
  25. JTW Jr.

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    lets see...

    folders:

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    fixed:

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    family shot:
    fixed blades belong to my kids , pink PT is my wifes and the AR is mine:
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    Rinaldi Matrix , Blackwood Henchman , Elishewitz Ghost
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