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Carbon-steel "fantasy" knife. e-bay find.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Mp7, Mar 27, 2009.

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  1. Mp7

    Mp7 Member

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    Hi,

    i just thought i´d share this for the heck of it.

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    i stumbled across this on ebay. Offered by the guy who made it.
    Nobody els bid on it - so i paid like 23$ incl shipping.

    The blade is very thick - but has a good edge at the same time.
    It´s made from a WW2 flat spring out of a wehrmacht truck.
    (He said)

    A well made sheath came with it. made from goat-leather.

    Absolutely useless.
    But nice to have :)
     
  2. raz-0

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    It's interesting looking, and for $23 bucks why not.

    What are the dimensions on it though. It could be too big to get your had around, or the size of my thumb.
     
  3. Funderb

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    that looks like a 2' floorboard... so, 6.5"?
     
  4. CWL

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    I like it. Looks like something a Scandinavian Klingon would make!
     
  5. Mp7

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    it´s about an inch longer than a cigarette packet.


    it´s absolutely useless.
    I bet you all are envious :)
     
  6. proud2deviate

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    You could chop it in half and have two nice smallish utility blades:)

    Not bad, considering the money paid and the materials it's made from.
     
  7. TMM

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    cool piece, very nice lines and curves. though i think i nice sharply defined spine would have looked better than a slot through the blade.

    TMM
     
  8. KevinAbbeyTech

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    Weird....
     
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