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Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Tom Krein, Jan 18, 2008.

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  1. Tom Krein

    Tom Krein Member

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    Just got a new OD Glock 20 and thought I would shoot some pics of it with one of the knives that I just finished up. The knife is a TK-9 Bowie with textured black G-10 and red liners.


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    Here is a picture of another knife I just finished with my trusty Glock 21. The knife in this picture is a TK10 Persian with a "smoke" finish and textured black/tan G-10

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    What do you think??

    Thanks for looking!

    Tom
     
  2. ArfinGreebly

    ArfinGreebly Moderator Emeritus

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    Trouble Typing

    Having trouble typing response.

    Keyboard acts funny when you drool on it.
     
  3. james_bond

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    I am a regualr over on BF and thought to my self wow Tom Krien that is a real knife blade, then read your post and the words, "that I just finished up," stood out, then I looked at the username and it all made sence. I like the TK-9 myself.
     
  4. ExSoldier

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    That TK-9 Bowie is BEAUTIFUL. What's that run? Is it available in a combo blade partially serrated?
     
  5. Boats

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    As always, the Krein knife is far more valuable than the 2x4 it is pictured with.;)

    I know that in the past you have flat ground ZDP Spyderco Enduras, if you still do such things, can you, or someone you might recommend, flat grind a H1 Pacific Salt if I mount it into an Endura chassis? Apparently, all I have to do for the blade transplant is hog out the pivot hole on the drill press and I have a Gen 4 Salt, but I'd like to be rid of the saber grind while I am at it.

    I don't even know if it is possible because the steel is so hard.

    Your thoughts would be much appreciated.
     
  6. bannockburn

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    Tom

    Next time maybe don't clutter up the pix with the Glocks; the knives look great all by themselves. Nice work, I especially like the TK-9 Bowie; very clean design and superb craftsmanship.
     
  7. Joe Demko

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    Your knives are gorgeous. Next time, to stick with your pr0n simile, don't pose them with Ron Jeremy and they'll look even better.
     
  8. boomvark

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    Hey Tom, the Persian is nice but I really dig the Bowie!

    As far as the Glocks are concerned ... well, I just recently came over to the Dark Side myself. :)
     
  9. MarshallDodge

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    Beautiful workmanship.

    The Glock makes a nice knife stand. :neener:
     
  10. Tom Krein

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    Boats,
    I can regrind the H1 Spydies no problem! The ZDP-189 blades are MUCH more difficult to regrind!!

    Let me know if I can help you.

    Tom
     
  11. Marlin 45 carbine

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    nice work, like it. sturdy and classy.
     
  12. inkhead

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    I'm not a fan of blades that have rivets in them, reminds me too much of handles of steak knives. Or getting blood evidence under the handle.

    The guns are nice!
     
  13. Tom Krein

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    Those are not rivets they are Corby bolts (mechanical fasteners). The handle scales are also secured with epoxy, so nothing will be getting under the scales.

    Tom
     
  14. Valkman

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    I don't even know anyone that uses rivets, and we all use epoxy under the handles. Tom is one of the best - nothing's getting under those handles.
     
  15. loandr.

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    Mr. K A+++ (and Welcome to THR brother)

    Mr.Krein one of the industires finest AND the consumate professional....

    Loandr. (or BBG my bro. :neener: :)
     
  16. Tom Krein

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    Thanks Don and Russ!

    Tom
     
  17. JTW Jr.

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    Nice knife bud....

    whats up with the ugly gun ? ;)
     
  18. Valkman

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    I know it - I couldn't believe he put that beautiful knife with THAT! LOL

    Now a nice 1911 or Uzi, now that would be different! :D
     
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    He just needs better props....

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  20. Valkman

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    Much better! :D
     
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    Spyderco's and Kimber's...
     
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