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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.

    JTW Jr. Member

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    two that I made that I have kept and use:

    1095 & ironwood
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    Daily carry D2 & tan g10
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  2. Deltaboy1984

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    Cool thread so far!
     
  3. bikerdoc

    bikerdoc Moderator Staff Member

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    One I made

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  4. bikerdoc

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    And another

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  5. Shanghai Dan

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    The most useful "knife" in this whole thread:

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    A man has to have his priorities!
     
  6. JTW Jr.

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    just so you now , I can pop caps off bottles using any of Strider folders ;)

    How you like that Bradley ?
     
  7. Deltaboy1984

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    All my scout knifes have a bottle opener built in!
     
  8. ArfinGreebly

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    Case 3138CV Large Sodbuster

    I have a couple of these.

    I don't believe Case makes the 3138CV Sod Buster any more.

    Shown here with the smaller 3137CV Sod Buster Jr.
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    It's a fair handful of knife.
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    I'm glad I managed to snag a couple after they went out of production.

     
  9. 451 Detonics

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    Case soddies are great knives...especially in cv...

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    But then I like all soddies...

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  10. XDJ

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    Not a great photo but the rack I choose from when I am gearing up for the day. None of my Valkman knives are on there though.

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  11. RX-178

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    These are just the ones I have handy. There's about 1.6 metric boatloads more that I'll photograph later.
     
  12. USAF_Vet

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    Some of my collection.

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    My EDC, Benchmade Barrage

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  13. TimboKhan

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    This isn't quite all of my knives, but it's most of them. This picture is missing my Mini-Grip, my Ka-bar, my Becker Campanion (which is on my backpack in my car) a couple of machetes, and a couple of others to include a knife from a fellow THR member that was a special and surprise gift, but this is pretty much it. Speaking of surprise gifts, the Spyderco third from the bottom was also a special surprise gift from another THR member. There are some very nice, very generous people on THR, and thank you two guys again! Also, I just bought an old, USA Sharpfinger from a pawnshop and just forgot to include it in the pic, even though it is laying in the drawer of that table, lol. Still working on rehabbing the edge on my Sharpmaker, but it's coming along. Nothing special, just an old knife that with a little TLC still has a ton of use in it. I was happy to pay five bucks for it.

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    Also, pardon my spotting scope case there... I went shooting today and actually took a break from cleaning guns and putting stuff away to take this pic. Also, I would say pardon the cell phone picture, but from a shaky cell phone with a dirty lens from pocket carry, I actually don't think the quality is that bad!
     
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    I have a fair number of production knives, but only one custom: knifewithsheath.jpg

    Made by Gary Griffin of Bend, OR and purchased at his first Oregon Knife Show 3 or 4 years ago.
     
  16. AuthorityDenied

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    Just my EDC rotation
    Buck 119, SOG Twitch II CRKT McGinnis Tuition, A no name Karambit,Buck 110, Boker Solingen Bud Nealy Paracord Tanto
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    S&W M&P Magic assist folder
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  17. dayhiker

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    My one and only. Well not really, I do have a Swiss Army Knife and a Leatherman.


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    I use my F1 for everything 'cept at work. I could get fired for bringing it there. But around the house, in the outdoors, or anywhere else it is "my" knife.
     
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    So many good blades so far!

    TimboKhan, what is that folder on the top right of your pic? Crazy blade shape for a folder.

    Tasmaniac, what fixed blade is in the sheath? Looks nice.

    Maybe we need to be describing blades we post. :)
     
  20. TimboKhan

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    That is a knife my buddy picked up for me in Spain here a few months ago. Evidently, that blade shape is designed for castrating sheep. Go figure.

    Also, I am going to guess that Tasmaniac has a Spartan Enyo in there.
     
  21. CWL

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    I don't really know how many knives I have, but here are some of my faves.

    Bill Siegle barong & Jeremy Horton Camp Blood (.32inch thick!)
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    Ariel Salaverria Nessmuk, damascus blade, stag scales, mokume bolster & bead
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    Thai E-nep.
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    Holiday Slicer. L.R. "Butch" Harner
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    Assorted "users"
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  22. 340PD

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    I feel like a range ball in a box of new Titleists.

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  23. JTW Jr.

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    Nice Mnandi.... that would make a great daily user , those are the purfect size for a daily carry knife.
     
  24. Tasmaniac

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    There really have been a lot of beauties posted. As TimboKhan mentioned the fixed blad in my pic is a Spartan Enyo.

    340PD... how do you like that Mnandi? Mine has stayed in my pocket pretty much all the time since I received it a couple of weeks ago.
     
  25. philbo

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    Browse this section a lot, but don't post often. Here's one of my customs from Dan Harrison here in Texas. It's a prototype I picked up with the Colt in a trade. It is an extremely heavy blade.

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