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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. Yo Mama

    Yo Mama Member

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    Dang dstegjas! I love so many of those.

    Specifically, can you open one of the General Eisenhowers and take a pic?
     
  2. dstegjas

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    Here you go. One of the best things about these knives is that they are made in the USA.

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    Jim
     
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  3. Yo Mama

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    ^ Thanks!!!
     
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    My three sisters forge knives from Jim Allen. I love the knives. Great knives from a great guy.
     
  5. thefamcnaj

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    My favorite knife:the Olamic warfarer
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    That is a beautiful folder sir. :)
     
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    Thank you
     
  8. Brin

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    I made this knife for a Christmas present for my son. The steel is damascus made by me, the guard and pummel are brass and the handle is leather.
     

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    the knife i traded for in south africa last summer from a native tracker(i don,t know where he got it) got its first american deer blood on it this last deer season. its a stuart smith south african custom made knife. eastbank.
     

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    wow, very nice.
     
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    Made by Kieren Klein
     

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    Something I made a while back as a gift:

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    Wow, I spent a few hours looking at all the pics in this thread. Amazing craftsmanship and pride on display.
     
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    Benchmade 710 D2

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    Lone Wolf Lobo 2007 Special Edition 1 of 450 Damascus and black palm. A very sneaky auto.
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    This thread needs more Becker content. Here's my Becker BK9 getting gooey.

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    I always look at this thread, think about posting the collection and then realize that I don't really know where all of them are at any given time.... Well not today, I finally hunted them all down for some family pics:

    Left column: Browning 392, Boker AK-74, Buck Vantage Pro, Kizer KI4421A1, Kizer KI3304B.
    Right column: Spyderco Delica 4, Spyderco Paramilitary D2, Spyderco Chokwe, Spyderco Lum Chinese, Spyderco Sage.
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    Top row: 440C blade blank, handle and crappy sheath by me, 1095 skinner that I made... pretty rough, but it holds an edge well, Spyderco Salt that managed to evade the first pic.
    Bottom row: Unetched Damascus custom by Carl Rechsteiner with a beautiful sheath, 1095 Custom by Daniel Moye of Cattle Dog Forge (This was a Christmas gift from my parents this year, handle is stabilized walnut, bolster is pre-civil war wrought iron. The sheath is by Upland Leather, and is almost as impressive in it's impeccable workmanship.), Benchmade 510 Rant D2
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    This pic shows the back of the Rechsteiner sheath and my Kershaw Junk Yard Dog 2 Composite
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    All I know is I can't take this one out of my pocket. It hit me hard, I can't seem to change it out.
     
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    A couple of new Smith & Sons
     

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    This is my current on the truck carry, usually the SOG Spec Elite will be in my pocket, and the Kershaw 6034 will both be in my pocket. They are both new, the Kershaw was bought at SWFA in Midlothion Tx. the other day. It is so new I, haven't even cut myself with it yet.

    Also a SOG multi Tool, and a BlackJack Skinner that I, have had for about 20 years.
     

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    Here are three old ones.
    Top one is a Universal with a antler handle and 5 1/2 inch blade
    Middle is a Christopher & Johnson "Butcher" with a horn handle and 5 1/2 inch blade.
    Bottom is a Russell Green River 8 inch "Butcher".
    All date from the 1890's to 19 teens.
    I still use the Universal as a hunting / camping knife fairly often.
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    Yo Mama

    Off Topic-So you're the who's got all the .22 ammo! No wonder I can't find any.

    On Topic-Is that a Gray Link Tanto or the other version with a drop point blade? Either way that's one very fine looking knife!
     
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