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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. Deltaboy1984

    Deltaboy1984 Member

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    I got a CRKT Hammond Cruiser

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  2. Yo Mama

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    Plain Endura and Sidekick mix. Seiko 5

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    Cold Steel Kukri, actually loving this thing:

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    Victorinox combo, Trekker, and unknown Officer model.

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  3. Biggerhammer

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    Here's a few I have had done:

    Ingram No #1 Drop point

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    Ingram No #6 Drop point

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    Charles May Noxubee , Elephant Ivory

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    Charles May SkipJack

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    Charles May, Eleaphant Ivory MidSkinner

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    OLT GP-8

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    David Winston Model 22

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    Ingram No #4 Bird & Trout

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    OLT Large drop point(Bottom) Montana Creek Hunter (Top)

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    David Winston Model 38 Skinner

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    Howe Boot Knife

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  4. Yo Mama

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    ^Nice Dude! :what:
     
  5. thatfreaknguy

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  6. Berkley

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    Very interesting knife. Any info on the maker?
     
  7. thatfreaknguy

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    the knife was given to me by my late grandfather with a cracked stag handle and a break in the tang. eventually the handle broke as did the bottom portion of the tang for the rivet. I made the grips out of aluminum and made the brass ring and guard and fitted them to the blade. its been a great knife and if i just hung it up he would'nt like that so i use the crap out of it and it holds and edge very well and the handle is very comfortable. the blade i beleive is and old, old timer fixed blade or sharade.
     
  8. Berkley

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    Very nice, I like your work, I'm sure your grandfather would be proud of what you've done with his old knife.
     
  9. Il Duca

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    Edc bases covered. Small, medium, massive.

    DPX HEST 2.0, Benchmade 2750, Fox Deimos
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  10. perado

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    Great job bringing that knife back to life, TFG.
     
  11. ivankerley

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    one of my edc...

    I'm more of a traditional knife guy, not so much on the modern stuff
    this picture is from a few years ago, so she's a bit more worn now,
    My 2008 Case Amberbone CV Jumbo Stockman and a Whitneyville Armory Revolver (Model 1 i believe) that was in my grandads stuff
    regards
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  12. W.E.G.

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    Every knife needs a friend.

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  13. ivankerley

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    those are beautiful and nicely paired up
    is that a "daddy" barlow, havent handled one but looks like a big one
    excellent, especially like the revolver:)
    gene
     
  14. Mahon_MacRi

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    Some of my collection, not including swords, shields, axes and most of my folders

    This image was taken in my back yard less than an hour ago.

    From left to right;
    Cold Steel
    LTC Kukri Carbon V
    Recon Tanto Carbon V
    Voyager XLC folder
    2 Torpedo throwers

    Typical large Buck folder
    S&W Spec Ops neck knife
    My first hunting knife, a 1950's vintage Monarch

    Gil Hibben
    Dragon Lord
    Highlander Bowie
    Gen I Pro Throw Axe
    Gen I Pro Throw piggyback set, 10" and 12" throwers

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    Paul Chen
    Skulll-top sword cane (one of three in my collection)
    V-42 reproduction of First Special Service Force's killing knife.

    (The second and third images are the same things from different angles, hopefully so some of the details will be clearer.)

    There's a lot more to my collection, but I didn't feel like rooting around in the basement pulling out boxes.
     

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    Oh, I should note that of all my weapons, only one has ever been used in self-defense, my Cold Steel Voyager XLC folder.

    A freaked-out crack-head broke into my home and assaulted me repeatedly, almost causing my elderly father a heart attack in the process. Having lost my cane in his first attack, when I was thrown up against the kitchen counter, I just grabbed whatever was handy, which turned out to be my Voyager. One quick, sharp jabbing motion at his hand and the freak backed off and ran out of the house. (He later tried to have me arrested, but instead the cops charged him with B&E, 3 counts of assault and 1 count of reckless endangerment for endangering my father, who was by then a Veterans Affairs-designated "frail veteran.")

    As for why the Voyager was in the kitchen in the first place, I was dissatisfied with what we had for cutting/sliving food, so I was using it to make my sandwiches; it was very keen and sliced my meat and cheese very well.)
     
  16. Auf Grosser Fahrt

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    OK, I'll finally jump into this thread.

    My "carry" piece, an Edgeco Tactical One-Hander, and my home defense go-to.

    I really dig stag for knives and guns.

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  17. LawScholar

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    First, that's gorgeous.

    Second, may I ask why your home-defense go-to isn't a firearm? Don't get me wrong, I love my Benchmade.
     
  18. west.22

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    no custom knives, but here are a few store bought blades.
     

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    and a few more.
     

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    a couple more.
     

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  21. JShirley

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    West, I like your taste in knives. :D

    Except the ATR. Spyderco was practically giving them away at a BLADE show a few years ago. I didn't get one. :rolleyes:

    John
     
  22. west.22

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    JShirley, I agree with you on the atr, I have never used it. I don't remember how much I paid, but it was on sale at gpknives. It is a smooth opener though.
     
  23. JShirley

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    Yeah, it's probably a fine knife- I think it was one of the first Eric designed. I have a Manix 2, M2T, and Manix 2 XL, as well as the G10 Polliwog, so I obviously like some of his other designs! :D

    John
     
  24. AStone

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    Top to bottom:

    * SAK
    * Manix 2 (EDC)
    * SOG SPE (fav camp knife)
    * Kabar 7"
    * Ontario Gen II SP53 (newest; chopper; love it; review forthcoming)

    Also have a SOG multi-tool, but working on it.

    Remains to be seen if the Kabar will remain in the kit.

    Nem

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  25. tazbigdog

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    Bowie Knives....My small collection has grown. Always fascinated with large blades (over 8"), I've come to the realization that my fav is the bowie and all adaptions of it.

    This one has a 9.9" blade, 16" overall length. It's a BEAST! It's handle is made of brass, walnut burl, and Giraffe Bone. Simply gorgeous!
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    This one, is 14.40" long and the blade is 9". It's handle is made of brass, steel, Camel Bone, and Water Buffalo horn.
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    Jeff;)
     
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