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Old 04-11-2013, 09:28 PM   #31
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If I could only have one knife I would use it to kill the guy who made up the rule... I love all my blades but if I could only have one I would assume it's because all hell broke loose and I'm on the run so it would have to be this one.
I designed it myself and my buddy Bruce Gillespie made it for me. Since then a few copies have gone out to folks headed to the sandy countries...
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Now that is one really awesome blade. Is that copper pins and guard?
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Old 04-12-2013, 06:16 AM   #33
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If I could only have one knife I would use it to kill the guy who made up the rule... I love all my blades but if I could only have one I would assume it's because all hell broke loose and I'm on the run so it would have to be this one.
I designed it myself and my buddy Bruce Gillespie made it for me. Since then a few copies have gone out to folks headed to the sandy countries...
That's a fine one!
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Old 04-12-2013, 02:40 PM   #34
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Now that is one really awesome blade. Is that copper pins and guard?
Thanks! Brass.
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Old 04-12-2013, 02:41 PM   #35
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That's a fine one!
Thanks!. Anyone care to venture a guess at what the 2 holes on the blade are for?
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Thanks!. Anyone care to venture a guess at what the 2 holes on the blade are for?
Strapping it on something longer to chuck at someone cheat at long distant,,,
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Strapping it on something longer to chuck at someone cheat at long distant,,,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v208yBT8NmQ
Excellent response except for the chucking. Spears are for thrusting, no point in sending a good blade down range away from you. Good for hunting and fishing and improves the reach of the blade for self defense against toothy creatures and miscreants.

Holes are sized so parachord fits snuggly through them for help in lashing to a pole securely.
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Nice, Bro! I have about three Spydercos that I love ... carrying a Cold Steel Recon 1 today.
Man I wish I had a recon 1 so bad!!!
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For me it would be my favorite style and proven working pocket knife. The 3 blade Stockman

I've carried my BUCK "Wrangler" (large stockman) since 1975
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Just a plain Old hickory butcher knife. The Old Hickory is made from good steel, holds an edge well and they have a 50 year lifespan of heavy use. The Old Hickory has enough weight to make a decent fighting knife.
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