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Old 11-16-2011, 02:08 AM   #1
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Default Expensive knfe !!! WOW , TELL me your knife brand

Now ive heard of expensive knives but the randall knives are crazy. They can cost 500 hundred dollars and u have to wait 5 tears im actually gonna buy one theyre one of the bests

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Old 11-16-2011, 02:14 AM   #2
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Take a look here.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f32/knife-pic-thread-39441/

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I have this one Puma Tosca Olive Sammelmesser, 11cm Klinge, Olivenholzgriff: Amazon.de: Sport & Freizeit

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Those also pretty cool looking knives
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It wont shave though. It just makes the hair jump off in fear. Holds the edge like it's magic too.

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Now that looks so beast thats so tactical
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Thats funny man it jumps off in fear

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Let me think. With over 400 antique knives I would have to say my most expensive 2 knives are, an original Remington baby bullet muskrat and a Cole 9 knuckle dagger.

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Default Yeah, they're good...

The Randall had a legend that is tough to beat. Serious fighting knives, alright.

If you can get one of the older ones, for a reasonable price, count it as a "legacy" knife, one to be passed down to your heirs...

Glockcurmudgeon, out...

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Really awesome knife....should buy this as well

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