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Old 04-05-2009, 12:17 AM   #11
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The world is divided into 2 types of knives. Knives J.D. can afford, and the sub $200 knife category.

The only criteria is that you wouldn't catch J.D. with one of these.
What the HELL?? Why I got to be the bad guy all the time??

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Gerber Paraframe II.

Overall Length: 8.27"
Blade Length: 3.53"
Closed Length: 4.8"
Weight: 4.2 oz.
Lock Mechanism: Frame-lock
Blade Style: Clip Point
Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless
Blade Type: Serrated
Handle Material Stainless Steel
Opening Style: One-handed opening
Price: $42.00

I'm on my second one, only because I lost my first. I beat the crap out of this knife and it keeps going. The hex head screws holding the frame together came lose once (after about a year and a half of heavy use) but I fixed that with liquid loctite.
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Does anyone have any personal experience with the Gerber LMF II ASEK?

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What the HELL?? Why I got to be the bad guy all the time??

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How many $200 plus knives you got? I'll bet you have pricey ones you forgot about.

And this is supposed to be how this works. I'll be looking at the Paraframe on payday.
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Boker AK-74

Blade-3.25"

Overall-7.5

Steel-AUS8

An auto, the smartest thing on this knife is the firing button placement. Many autos put the button in the middle of the handle, so you open it quickly, then spend time screwing around adjusting your grip. This one is right up under your thumb.

Alot of knifemakers are using the AK moniker, claiming to capture the spirit of the rifle, but in reality, cashing in on it's infamy. This one manages to capture the spirit. It's cheap ( about $45), tough, simple (deployment is via a replaceable coil spring), and better than decent for the price.

Pocket clip, aluminum handles, and you can get it in a variety of colors, blade configurations, etcetera. And it comes in a magazine shaped box.

For the price, not bad.

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How many $200 plus knives you got? I'll bet you have pricey ones you forgot about.
That's not true - I posted the pictures of the knives I have. I had forgot about one, but that was included....

Always with the busting of the chops. Between you and Cane it's any wonder I have any time to answer any real questions with all the defense I have to put up.
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Why can't you just be normal sometimes, JD. Your knives are more than $200 and most of your guns are over $2000. Sheesh....


Anyways my next review is for the Winchester 1206 Bowie.

• Blade Detail: Plain
• Blade Length (inches): 8.75
• Blade Material: Stainless Steel
• Handle Material: Wood
• Overall Length (inches): 14.25

Beefy 8 3/4" saber clip fixed blade is surgical stainless steel, brass-plated finger guard, full-tang construction for strength, contoured wood and brass handle (very comfortable) is secured by twin rivets, has a lanyard hole, and weighs in at 10 ozs. The sheath that comes with it is ballistic nylon, covering a hard-plastic case. Sheath will not allow knife to penetrate it, in an accident.

I bought mine at Dick's Sporting Goods for $24.99. Great deal.

I like this thread Benning.

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Why can't you just be normal sometimes, JD. Your knives are more than $200 and most of your guns are over $2000. Sheesh....
Normal? Who are you to judge me monkey??

This SOG, although I got the Night Vision, was the FIRST pocket knife I ever bought myself...

Here is the first automatic I ever bought and carried for close to a year...

Both of which are UNDER $200 and Both of which I still have...

And THIS was the first ever CUSTOM knife that I bought that I carried for about 2 months that has never really seen the light of day since I found a number of knives that were MUCH better and MUCH cheaper....


So both of you, BLOW ME!! * insert Cane's masterbating banana RIGHT HERE*
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Maybe we should change this thread to knives under $100 . It seems to be a reoccurring theme already.

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What's wrong JD,they're just jealous of you! Hell,so am I. I have a couple of nice knives,but I'm cheap(wise),and have been lucky enough to get some great deals on some of the knives I have. I see some things that I would love to own,but then,what good are they if they just set in a safe or display-unused.So I just try to limit myself on those items.

So,just enjoy what you can afford,and for those that can have the nicer toys I'll just be jealous,you lucky bastards. THB

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