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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. JTW Jr.

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    Decided to give my daily user a bit of cleaning and give the 52100 blade steel a coat of wax.

    Blade had all kinds of Christmas present sticky stuff on it.... yes those are spots on the blade , it was left in the coin pocket and went thru the wash a few times. Hey it's a user , not a safe queen !

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    JTW-1841x by the45guy, on Flickr

    His & hers ( which is actually hers & hers in the end anyways , right ? )

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  2. Steve32

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  3. The Capt

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    Here are a few of my Strider Knives. Left to right: Strider BN-SS, Strider MT-SS, Strider Tanto Valkyrie and a Strider D9-SS. The SS stands for Serrated Spine. :)
     

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  4. Steve32

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    This folding jewel takes a scary edge easily.

    TR
     
  6. Dave Markowitz

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    Some of my knives

    The first knife I ever owned, an Imperial Barlow that my dad gave me around 1977 or 78:

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    An Imperial 432, which was a gift for my Bar Mitzvah in 1981:

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    The first knife I bought with my own money, in the early 80s, and to which I've returned as my EDC, a Victorinox Pioneer (the finish is even more worn now):

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    Nessmuk Trio, consisting of a Case CV Trapper, 'hawk bought at Dixon's Muzzloading Shop, and a Condor Nessmuk:

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    Boker Barlow:

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    Ontario RAT-3:

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    Case Moose in CV and Remington Woodsman Bullet Knife from 1985:

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    Valiant Trading Co. Large Survival Golok:

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    The Schrade LB7 Bearpaw that I carried when I was in a CAP SAR squadron:

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    Finnish Puukko from Cloudberry Market with LH sheath that I made:

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  7. Steve32

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    Here are 3 of my favorites:

    The Polkowski Kasper pug is just a great over all system for the enthusiast. Admittedly, a bit of a single purpose item, but well designed and made.

    The Perrin/Spyderco is a super convenient, small EDC fixed blade.

    The original recipe Phantom is even worse than the Polkowski, so far as single-mindedness goes, but it's such a wickedly cool blade; just a great example of the sort of work that put Allen on the map.

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    Check out the concave grind on the back side of the chisel blade.

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  9. PastorAaron

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    Here's the latest in a long history of addiction to sharp things

    Bark River Trail Buddy
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    Holds an edge well, and has been a great bushcraft knife. I'm well pleased.
    God Bless,
    Aaron
     
  10. PastorAaron

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    One more

    This is my PTK
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  11. Gizards'n'Gravy

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    [​IMG] my two custom hunting knives made by good friend Shelby Jones

    [​IMG] My Cattaraugus 225Q next to an M4 Camillus bayonet

    [​IMG] My much used Old Timers, The broken on in the middle was my fathers first knife. He melted the tip cross arcing the starter on his car when he was 17 :banghead:. He took a dremel to it and gave it to me. Its like a razorblade and has earned a spot as designated fish cleaner

    [​IMG] My much more used Old Timers

    [​IMG] Those first two Case knives on the left are the pride of my collection, given to me by my grandfather and not made in China. Followed by a Camillus, a Gerber, a Barlow on the bottom left and the last 2 are Bucks

    [​IMG] The Gerber on the left is my carry knife and the next 2 were my Christmas presents
     
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  12. 32 Magnum

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  14. 32 Magnum

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    Thank you very much for the information. I've had a couple dozen blades picked up at gun shows, gun auctions, etc. that I haven't paid much attention to. Time to put some labels on them, age creeps on relentlessly.
     
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    I need a little help with this one, also.
    The grip material appears to be horn with a spiral gripping groove cut into it.
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  16. Doug Add

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    It was the sight of JTW's John Lloyd at the top of this page that set me on a quest for such a beautiful knife. I finally acquired an amber stag knife this week, but I could not afford to have John make me one, having recently purchased a rosewood Shadow he made in October.

    So, here is my Queen Mountain Man along with the Lloyd Shadow. Sorry for the photo quality, I just took them outside after the Queen arrived today, sat them on a stump from the wood pile and took a couple quick shots.

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  17. JTW Jr.

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    Nice combo Doug !

    Must be something in the air , I carried a Queen Mt Man along with the John Lloyd Baby Trapper today. :)
     
  18. AuthorityDenied

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    Just picked up this custom at a recent gun show

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  19. imaybail

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    EDC Blade

    A. G. Russell "Sting"
     

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  20. EGGMAN240

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    Here's all my blades... Enjoy!

    Top:

    DDR Madd Maxx 5.5 Assisted

    Left to Right:
    Extrema Ratio Black Talon
    Extrema Ratio Nemesis
    Extrema Ratio MF2
    Extrema Ratio MF3 Ingredior
    Boker Applegate Folding Dagger
    Gerber Applegate Standard

    Bottom:
    Cold Steel TiLite 6"

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  21. tnxdshooter

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    Here are my knives. Buck 110 and 112.

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  22. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

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    Nice knives & photos guys and gals - -:cool:


    Here is one of mine -

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  23. Yo Mama

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    Todd, that knife you just posted looks like the most beautiful knife I've ever seen. Seriously, I don't know what inspired you on this one, but it's the bee's knees!
     
  24. Brian Williams

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    Todd, that is about the best I have seen from you, I like symmetry, and this has it all over. If that was done as a Copperhead type to sink the joint, it would be perfect.
    I love the blade shape, the handle shape, the colors and form overall. Sweetness.
     
  25. Mp7

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    We need to put a disclaimer on this thread!

    ...Jees guys...

    everyone who feels like they´re gonna be broke
    cause the saw at least 2 dozen MUSTHAVES
    in this thread .-.. raise their hand....


    I can´t get over that Custom Gauch knife....
    ( to just quote one...)

    :cuss::banghead::cuss:
     
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