Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by bikerdoc, Sep 21, 2019.
That's great, where? I got a Condiment Spreader from him at Blade a couple of years ago.
Arizona Custom Knives. A few people I know have his pens, and while I’m not a $200 pen person I have been really impressed by all of his pens I have seen. I just recently found out he also made knives.
Very impressed with it so far. It is labeled as a “2014 Prototype” on the blade but I’m guessing it hasn’t been used much. I’ve only had it for a few days but really like it.
I can lose this one and not be bothered:
Thanks for this! Now I just need to shrink my DD214 jpg. so it will go through...
Plus, it's based on their MSRP, so with various site's discounts, it wasn't enough difference, for me, to give up the personal info.
I've got one of those.
Special edition from AAFES (PX/BX).
this guy needs to be supported as he is basically the entire force behind https://kniferights.org/ and has done great work keeping tyrants from imposing laws against knife owners nation wide.
I agree, and have one on order with orange handle.
I just ordered that Doug Ritter for my Grandson's next birthday. Knife Works is great, my usual go to source for knives.
Hogue EX-A01 Automatic Folding Knife, 4inch, Black Tanto Blade, G-Mascus Green G10 Handle
The other is a recently arrived Alan Folts custom Minimalist in the katanamalist pattern. Mirror-finish compound-grind CPM154 with lightning-strike carbon fiber handles over white fiber liners.
Rifle is a Colt MPS-B with an Eotech 512 mounted.
We needed a fancy waiter's wine knife and Santa Fe Stoneworks are good folks making lovely pieces.
awesome dagger and loving the pirtle sheath
I am more accustomed to an opening hole like in their earlier Mini-AFCK and similar, yet transition is quite easy.
Bought this for my son. Had his name engraved. And shipping was lightning fast! Wasn't supposed to be here till Monday. Blade hq has a customer for life.
Got this one for Christmas. Well, i bought it myself..
Call it an *insurance purchase* in the form of a Camillus MC-1.
When I retired, I had a Camillus and a Schrade and tried to find both for the *got to war* thread but, no joy.
So today, a dealer friend had one he was sitting on - as he does with anything interesting looking.
The *insurance* aspect? If I buy another, the original will automagically reappear in relatively short order.
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