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Old 05-25-2011, 08:34 PM   #1
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Show the one you'd grab to leave civilization for good...
Custom Bruce Gillespie 8" blade


Treeman Knives 8" blade

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Old 05-25-2011, 08:46 PM   #2
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Mine is a 14" machete (20" total length) made of 1/4" thick vehicle leaf spring. Not fancy or tacticool but I am sure will get the job done.

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My Microtech Combat Troodon.

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My Spyderco Civilian.



Thats my CCG 460 Rowland barrel below the Spyderco.
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My Microtech Combat Troodon.

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My Spyderco Civilian.



Thats my CCG 460 Rowland barrel below the Spyderco.
Wow, you have nice taste in knives. That Spyderco Civilian has to be the nastiest blade I've ever laid eyes on brother...

I do have to say I had bigger in mind. Kind of like, I'm in the middle of the woods, blizzard is coming and I need to build a shelter, size knife...
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Mine is a 14" machete (20" total length) made of 1/4" thick vehicle leaf spring. Not fancy or tacticool but I am sure will get the job done.
I have to tell you I always thought something like that would be a great idea. Did you do the work yourself? Did you temper and re-harden the blade or just ground away at it?
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I have to tell you I always thought something like that would be a great idea. Did you do the work yourself? Did you temper and re-harden the blade or just ground away at it?
I just bought mine through eBay though I planned on making my own someday. I just have to pull myself back since most of my hobbies had a tendency to become money pits (which I cannot afford right now).

I've read bare bones (backyard smithing) tutorials online on how to make one by grinding and tempering but as mentioned...my hobbies tend to creep so I am not even letting it start for now.
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That Spyderco Civilian has to be the nastiest blade I've ever laid eyes on brother...
I agree, it looks ........menacing.
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I just bought mine through eBay though I planned on making my own someday. I just have to pull myself back since most of my hobbies had a tendency to become money pits (which I cannot afford right now).

I've read bare bones (backyard smithing) tutorials online on how to make one by grinding and tempering but as mentioned...my hobbies tend to creep so I am not even letting it start for now.
I know EXACTLY what you are saying. I have a boatload of knife making supplies and leather working tools waiting for me to get "time" to play with them...
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Trench knife with a footlong blade and brass knuckles in the handle. Don't have pics.

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A simple tanto for me! I have an 18" Gerber machete if I need more.

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