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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. Vonderek

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    I know batoning is a pretty big deal around here. Here is the tough Schrade SMEDY after some grueling batoning action. Sorry, I had too much time on my hands this afternoon :)
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  2. Deltaboy1984

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    Cool knife.
     
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  3. JShirley

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    Cameron,

    It's not like I don't have plenty of knives- and a co-conspirator to help me make more- but I'm kinda jealous of that Yojimbo 2. :)

    Mr. Davison, beautiful work as always. I especially like that little black-handled fixed blade.

    John
     
  4. Yo Mama

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    Still have your's John? :) Are you back in the states yet?
     
  5. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

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    Fix Blades are hard to make now - slip joints are easy.....:rolleyes::)


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  6. JShirley

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    Don't make me cry. :)

    I am back in the US, and have my Translucent still. Unfortunately, I had problems with the clips on most of the EDC Spydercos while deployed. In the case of the TM2, the clip loosened enough to fall off, and I haven't replaced it yet. I've been carrying a Persian 2 and/or a Daily Kiri most days.

    John
     
  7. AStone

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    Welcome back, John. You're still alive.
    You must be doing something right. :)

    Are axes welcome in the 'knife thread'?

    I mean, axes are like knife blades with a perpendicular handle.

    Here are my latest two. (See attached below.) Best I've ever owned.

    Add a Spyderco Bushcraft, Helle Nying and ESEE Izula and I'm good to go.
    (I'll add those three to the photo soon so I'm not OT.
    Just got a new camera. Taking a night off
    after just getting the wildlife hatchet
    6 hours ago. Kid w/ new toy.)

    Hope to add THR commemorative edition.
    You said it'd be nice. Looks like you were right.

    Ok, axes.

    Both Gransfors Bruks. Top to bottom:
    • Wildlife hatchet
    • Kubben (carving axe)
    Same head (by MM). Different handles.
    Kubben is on an adze handle.

    Choke up on either one, you've got a 3" knife that weighs a lb.

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  8. JShirley

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    Thanks, Nem. The OP doesn't say EDC, so...:)
     
  9. AStone

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    ^ (Smiles.)

    Thanks, John. I promise I'll take some shots of those two find tools this weekend with their knife buddies and post them up.

    And, by the way, for the record: I wrote above that "you must be doing something right". What I meant was, you must have done everything right! Congratulations! And thanks for what you do, and thanks for your contributions to this forum. Still one of the best I've ever participated on. :)
     
  10. dayhiker

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    One I just gave to my son for his 14th birthday.......


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  11. AStone

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    As promised.

    This is my current kit.
    'Kit' means for bushcraft training.
    Only one of the axes rides in the pack
    (an Eberlestock Halftrack - best I've ever worn).

    Cast of characters, top to bottom.

    * Gransfors Bruks Wildlife Hatchet
    * Spyderco Bushcraft
    * Helle Nying
    * ESEE Izula 2
    * Gransfors Bruks Kubben

    Without flash, with flash.

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  12. SleazyRider

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    Just received mine today, thanks to your post. Very cool little automatic!
     
  13. cacoltguy

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    I just bought this Zero Tolerance 301 last week. I'm no knife guru but it's definitely the most solid, best made folder I've ever owned. Shown next to my Ka-Bar for comparison.

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  14. dayhiker

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    They are nice, just got mine :)

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    With my ZT0550

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  16. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

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    Black G10
    ATS34
    Closed - 3 9/16''


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  17. JShirley

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    Ooh, wow.
     
  18. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

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    Love that last one
     
  20. AStone

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    Wow, those are beautiful folders, TA.

    What an interesting blade profile on the 2nd one.
     
  21. RmB

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    This is just one of em. Cold Steel Recon Tanto, it is being put through some testing right now, and at the moment seems practically unbreakable:cool:
     
  22. Blackstone

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    My Fox Karambit :D The Emerson wave feature is so slick (lets you open the blade whilst drawing it from your pocket, faster than a switchblade but much more legal)

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  23. RmB

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    In some sliver of order...
    Sog Voodoo Hawk
    Cold Steel Recon Tanto
    Sog Tech Bowie
    Cold Steel Kobun
    Sog Twitch XL Tanto
    Kershaw Vapor III
    Buck 110 Folder
    Foursevens Preon 2 Flashlight

    And in the last photo is a comparison of the 7" Recon Tanto and the 5.5" Kobun
     

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  24. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

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    Folder - #979
    Spalted Maple
    cpm154
    Bead Blasted Finish
    Closed - 3 1/2''

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  25. Swami

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    That is BEAUTIFUL .... WOW ...
     
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