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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. whetrock

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    Case Mini Copperhead in Sky Blue bone. I've found this handle material very becoming.
     
  2. tazbigdog

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    I really have to stop....
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    and last one, I swear.
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  3. Yo Mama

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    Dude, nice!
     
  4. tazbigdog

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    Thanks! I'm in a 12-step program for recovery...:)
     
  5. Daizee

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    Some nice stuff here! Someone has TWO Bailys? Mmmm...

    This is my first post in over a year, kinda got caught up with the sharp stuff in early 2011.

    Here's a fav edc in 1084 and white oak:

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  6. DFM914

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    Izula II

    Here is my preference:
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  7. iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns

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    A little while back I picked up a sweet Kim Breed Necker that many of you probably saw in the group-buy thread, got one for a friend who's a collector as well. Here's the two of 'em, his was untouched, mine was freshly wrapped (photo taken on 4/22/12).
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    Now one of my best buds wants one! He has a b-day coming up, so me and my lady are gonna get one for him :)

    I've worn mine just about all the time since I got it, with the exceptions of while I'm in bed or in the shower. It is such a handy blade, veerrrrry sharp too!
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  8. Yo Mama

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    Newest addition! I was so done....until I found her!

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    Compared to a few other recent additions:

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  9. Il Duca

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    Bought these at the gunshow yesterday.

    Bradley Kimura V
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    Microtech Ultratech
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    And the resulting boredom related blood, tried something a little too advanced...
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  10. j1

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    I propose a new word. Knifeaholic. i am a recovering knifeaholic, so far, but it is hard.
     
  11. hso

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    j1,

    Knifeaholic has been around for a while, for obvious reasons.
     
  12. iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns

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    Nice Bradley! I haven't had to sharpen mine in over two years! 'Thing is a razor, very well-built too, zero complaints after carrying it daily for some time now. I'd say you made a nice investment. Oh, and the only times I've ever cut myself with a balisong, it's always when trying something new. Now whenever I try something I haven't yet mastered, I put a piece of scotch or painter's tape along the blade, minimizes risk!

    here's the best photo I could find of mine
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  13. Il Duca

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    Wow, nice balis! I'm liking the Bradley. So far I have picked up the basic horizontal and the ice pick. The blood came from one I think is called the "suicide drop". I guess I didn't have enough momentum and the blade came out and into my finger instead of continuing it's arc. Oh well, live and learn.

    And since this is a picture thread I snagged this one on Gunbroker last night for ridiculously cheap.
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    Next I'm looking for something a little lighter than the Kimura. It seems a tad heavy for me.
     
  14. Brian Williams

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    a few of mine
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    One by Sam1911
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  15. j1

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    Do those who own Karambits carry them much and do you use it much? Two different questions really. Unusual looking knife.
     
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    "Do those who own Karambits carry them much and do you use it much? Two different questions really. Unusual looking knife."

    I don't carry them as much anymore. Unusual? That depends on a lot of factors. They're certainly more scary looking than most similarly sized blades.
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  18. j1

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    I loved and still love this post. It will never be deleted from my favorites file so that I can view it at will, however i often thought that I was a little nuts with more than a few knives but I now feel that I am more than normal. I am a user but not a collector.
     
  19. jeepnik

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    Heck, I think I posted this elsewhere, but what the heck.

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    Latest addition to the herd, an one I've been going back and forth over for decades.
     
  20. AStone

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    Only a few pages in so far.

    For now, I'll just say, wow.
    Some impressive blades here.

    Just ordered a new knife.
    After I receive it, I'll post
    an image of my modest kit.
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    Added by edit: For now,
    I'll do what I can do:
    post their names.

    * Spyderco Manix 2 (EDC)
    * SOG Seal Pup Elite (main camp knife)
    * Kabar 7" (not sure I'll keep this one now; may be a gift)
    * Ontario Gen II SP53 - the new one, a chopper for backpacking

    PS: Perado: wicked nice blades.
     
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  21. whetrock

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    A couple of more of my favorite EDC knives.

    Spyderco Stretch in ZDP-189 with a British Racing Green handle.
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    Buck 110 in 154CM/Rosewood
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    Opinel 09 very simple yet effective folder

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    Cold Steel Voyager

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  22. Il Duca

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    My OTFs, top to bottom: HK Tumult, Microtech Combat Troodon, Microtech Ultratech D/E.

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  23. j1

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    I keep on coming back to this thread. I have a few knives and thought that I was nuts as my dad had only two knives in his whole lifetime. I must get my wife and sit her down to look at just a little of this thread. Ir is in my fave3s file so unless the computer crashes I can never loose it and can view at will. Thank you to one and all who posted here.

    NICE KNIVES, THANK YOU ALL
     
  24. Deltaboy1984

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    This is my happy Birthday and Annversery gift thread for my wife.
     
  25. tazbigdog

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    One more...
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