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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. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    Mr. Ence died this year and this one of his is one of the finest daggers anyone has ever produced. 18k gold "leaves" around rose coral "rose bud". Mirror polish. Caramel mastodon ivory.
     

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  2. JTW Jr.

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    Wow , HSO , that is an awesome piece !
     
  3. jbkebert

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    Wow that is a nice blade HSO.
     
  4. redmond

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    Here are a few of the mob:

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  5. BRad704

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    Nice collection of fighters.

    Are you the same Redmon that could claim this beauty? :)

    I was part of a KITH on another forum and this was waiting for me when I returned home from the lake Sunday. D2 blade, Ironwood scales, SS hardware, wonderfully smooth hollow grind and razor sharp edge! The size and shape of this handle fits my hand like it was custom fitted.

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  6. Deltaboy

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    Great looking collections.

    Here are some more I had put up.
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    My Bowie I use in Civil War Renactments.

    My Old Hickory Pig Sticker that will be my CW uniform boot knife.

    Bottom is my Glock that is my trunk knife it will cut Barbed wire and slice a mater.

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    Bowie laying across my laptop.

    My Colonial Electrical Knife I had since the 1980's.

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    My Customized Opinel #10 in carbon steel.
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  7. Sam Cade

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    Sometimes I carry a spyderco.
     

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  8. cluttonfred

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    Opinel! Low-tech joy, a man after my own heart. ;-)
     
  9. cluttonfred

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    I didn't know that Spyderco knives were FBI issue.
     
  10. Sam Cade

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    Part of the "Save and Serve" program.
     
  11. Mainsail

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    Nice collection of knives
     
  13. Leadhead

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    Mainsail, that is one of the most ergonomic, and practical looking Ballisong's I've ever seen......Nice!

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  14. Deltaboy

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    Nope it is a Steel Warrior from Frost.
     
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    My uncle gave me this hunting knife when I was a boy. It was made by his neighbor at an Exxon Camp where they worked and the craftsmanship is exceptional.
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    [​IMG][​IMG].
    This hand made knife was crafted by my hunting buddy and good friend Tejano Music legend Roberto Pulido.
     
  18. BRad704

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    I posted some pics of this knife in another thread, but just finished the sheath tonite.

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  19. cluttonfred

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  20. AuthorityDenied

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    My edc blades for today
    SOG SOGzilla, Kershaw Crown, Victorinox Super Tinker
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  21. kamagong

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    I have a few knives, so I'll just post my favorites.

    Hiroaki Ohta wharncliffe
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    Schatt & Morgan harness jack
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    Blackjack Model 125
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    Ray Laconico gaucho knife
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    Himalayan Imports M43
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  22. Olympus

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    And who doesn't like a matching knife and pistol combination? :evil:

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  23. mdauben

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    I've actually got quite the collecting at home, but I never really bothered to take a big "group" pic. I do have a few photos of some random knives I own:

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  24. scottishclaymore

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    Here's a quick pic of my EDC:

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    Also got a review of the Ripple here.
     
  25. Berkley

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    Kamagong, great collection! Nice M43 - HI makes some great kukris:
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    but the older ones are my favorites:
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    I like traditionals too.
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