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Old 02-23-2013, 11:40 PM   #101
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That's insanely gorgeous. Well done sir. I wish I could afford a knife of that quality and beauty.
Thank You for the kind words.
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Old 02-23-2013, 11:45 PM   #102
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Sheath knife: Randall Made knife

Folder: Buck and Case
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Kinda partial to the ones I make.
That is impressive.
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Old 02-28-2013, 09:12 PM   #104
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I like SOG, it's what I issued in the military and never stopped buying them since.
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I love SOG too. Very reliable. I've had some of mine I still carry that are 15 years old..

But Kimberfan,,,,, dang man! Nice knife. Always wanted to make a few myself just hard to find time... Wouldn't look like that either ;(
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Old 03-01-2013, 03:04 PM   #106
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1. Bark River

2. Swamp Rat

3. Benchmade

4. Queen D2 steel series of slipjoints -- also in slipjoints Moore Maker 1095 steel.

5. Marbles knives from the Mike Stewart era.
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I prefer the one I have one me sharpened ready to go....
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I have a Emerson CQC7 that I have semi-retired. My daily carry knife is a Columbia River M16.
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I have a Emerson CQC7 that I have semi-retired. My daily carry knife is a Columbia River M16.

They are well made and some are becoming rare.

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Mass-produced? Victorinox and Spyderco.

Smaller company? Bark River Knife & Tool. Some of their earlier models. Convex-ground A-2 cryo-treated blades you can strop back to hair-splitting sharp on a piece of cardboard or the leg of a pair of jeans, though they will rarely need it. Incredible cutters with fine balance, virtually indestructible. Mine have canvas Micarta handles.

In recent years they've been cranking out new models galore--too many, I think--and collectors are acquiring them. But the ones I've owned are superb working fixed-blades.
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