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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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    You always have to have a beater! ^ Mtech was one of my first folders, I still have it.
     
  2. hinton03

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    Some of my favorites:

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  3. dondavis3

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    Ted Ott out of Texas made it.

    Telephone - 512-413-2243

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    Ott Knives
    154 Elgin Woods Lane
    Elgin, Texas 78621-3604

    Here's his website:

    http://ottknives.com/

    He made me a big one - blade is around 12" to 13".

    Real bone handle - excellent workmanship all around.
     
  4. jahwarrior

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    i recognize the El Paso Summer Cruiser, Hinton; i use one for my PT1911. who makes the black one?
     
  5. carlo1776

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    Here's a few I built.

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  6. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

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    A few I have made......

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    Nice work. I just got some Nickel Silver bar stock and will try my hand at a folder
     
  8. whetrock

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  9. hinton03

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    JAHWarrior; I think it is an Ozark Leather product. The other one is actually a Sparks summer special.

    A few more: My working blades.

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  10. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

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    How about another one?
    ATS34 - Acid Etched Blades.

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  11. jahwarrior

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    Hinton, that Sparks is identical to my El Paso. you have excellent taste in holsters, LOL. gonna have to check out Ozark Leather.
     
  12. DFisher3112

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    Here's my 2 knives-

    Lone Wolf Distributors Knife made by SpyderCo W/ Glock break down tool AND Smith and Wesson Black Ops Knife....
     

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    Here are some of my favorites.

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    Some ProTechs with Wayne Clark handground blades
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    A passel of ProTech TR3 manual Integrities, again with Wayne's handgrinds
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    A pair of Benchmades. The 710 CF was done by Chax, the other is a 705-401
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    Some Wharncliffes from Barry Dawson
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    Wayne Clark Destinies; autos and manuals
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  14. hinton03

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    jahwarrior; this is the only El Paso holster I have, it is a full sized 1911 street combat.

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  15. Smith357

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    here are a few from my collection

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  18. Yo Mama

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    SuperNaut, now you have to let me know a few of those at least!

    First pic is amazing, who is the maker of the middle one?
    Third pic the knife on the top?
     
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    LOL, sorry to make you wait, I had to step out for meetings.

    That is literally the last of the Valkman's. We dubbed it "The Nightmare" because of the labor intensive compound/hollow grind and mirror finish. This amazing knife is a THR team effort, made by Valkman, finished, polished, and sharpened by Sam1911, appreciated by me.:)
    That is my Halcyon H Ti Diving Knife, I got it in Kauai to commemorate an amazing dive.
     
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  21. SuperNaut

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    @ perado, those are some amazing knives! That Damascus Wharncliffe is just gorgeous.
     
  22. Strykervet

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    Wow, those are some nice knives. carlo1776, those are beautiful. mic214, I saw most of those Randalls and then some for sale at REALLY good prices (considering the wait!) but I had to get this Smith and Wesson 649 for my wife. All I carry is a crusty old Gerber Applegate Fairbairn mini folder (but at least it gets used a lot!). Anything nicer and I tend to lose 'em for some reason. I have my old army K-bar and a Buck knife and my Great grandmother's pioneer era butcher knife, has to be at least 150 yo.
     
  23. Der Stro

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    From the Christmas thread, Mora #1. I've wanted one forever, it's become the official utility knife of the house.

    And because everyone likes photos, here's my kitchen spread

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    The first knife I've ever made

    Here is a pic of a knife I gave my dad for Christmas. It was the best present I think I've ever given him, because it was also my first attempt at making a knife. My learnings, stumblings and pitfalls were well publicized on this forum as many THR'ers helped contribute to its making. I learned a lot...if nothing else, I learned to appreciate someone that can hand-craft a work of art! There is a Chinese proverb: "A craftsman should always teach his trade. At worst, he gains a colleague....most likely he gains a customer."

    The knife on bottom is dad's knife. A2 tool steel, hickory handle. (Hickory is my favorite hard-wood)

    The knife on top was my practice knife. When I bought the blank it was rusted and corroded. I restored it, affixed the handle, blued and sharpened it. Not exactly knife-making but it was a good start considering I had never done anything like this before.

    Thanks to all that provided their advice and guidance. My first, probably not my last, but I'll definitely stick to my day job.
     

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  25. Yo Mama

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    Der Stro, I have to say the Mora has been a gem to me. I got heavy blades to take out, but why? I can do mostly anything with the Mora, and not worry about the cost to replace....which I haven't had to worry about to begin with.

    OH Spartan, man I love the top one! Nice gift for your Dad, and you should keep with it.
     
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