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Some pic's of my favorites knives.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Gordon, Jul 28, 2008.

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  1. Gordon

    Gordon Member

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    First the various Mad Dog's from the top: PackRat.BearCat,VoodooCat, VooDoo Hound,Rezine, and Sitka,
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    showing thickness and handle differences;
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    Now the unidentified 13" superbly made Japanese style short sword, the Randall Smithsonian Bowie and the 9"Chris Reeves tool kit knife :
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    I carry these 2 regularly, a Polkowski Kasper and a 7" Darrel Ralph D2/Ti folder (legal in Ca.!)
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    A cute set I had Greco make- hemakes a sharp knife for cheap!:
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    A Set of Henkels Twin works that has served me well over the years
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    I like that tanto.

    I'm not a fan of Kevin's but the Sitka looks nice.

    J
     
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    The Tanto was bought 15 years ago as "AZ. knifemaker D2" and it is superbly made with wonderful balance. It came with a Milt Sparks tan leather belt sheath!
     
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    Here's a close up of the daddy longlegs etched logo if anyone can identify it!
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    Can anyone help Gordon out?
     
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    Gordon,
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    Well say what you will about the Dawg, but #1 his knives seem to always do what a knife SHOULD do and #2 I don't know any knife that comes close to selling for the value increase on the real world of e-bay. Even the Jimmy Lisle 1970s Drop Point hunter I sold (to pay for MDs which work better IMHO) last year on E bay did not garner what an early SEAL ATAK does . It takes a 50 year old bigger Randal to at least equal the value.
    Thanks for the bump, but judging by the hits the $12.00 knife wins the attention here.:confused: Thanks for the help SM.
     
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    Well, others know what your other stuff is, so the odd piece that no one knows about is like knife-crack. I found it all interesting, as my knife knuttery is still in it's infancy.
     
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