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Discussion in 'Other Weapons' started by CA357, Mar 7, 2011.
I don't have a pic of it out of the sheath.
Got them sharpened today. Yea, I'm a little OCD.......
Got this one yesterday...
Of the knives in my collection this is my favorite.
A Gerber Mark II Vietnam Commemorative w/L6 forged steel blade.
At the time I got it in 1986 it was a 20th Anniversary but now it would be a 50th Anniversary.
Still in the box with all paperwork.
S&W Special Tactical
I put a few knives up for auction on Febay.
I took delivery on this yesterday. <$40 at Amazon. Great sheath, feels good in hand. Time will tell of its durability. I bought it for an everyday field knife mostly for food prep. duty. Oh, its a Condor Bushlore.
A few of my folding knives
L-R 3,Buck USA, SOG, S&W,& Harley Davidson.
A Tucker Buffalo,
I have more Beretta knives (4) than guns.
I have a quite a few knives, but here are of the Browning Citori Series.
I call it lightning...
Saw this on a YouTube channel I follow, bbq pit boys, and had to have one.... not sure why but at $14 why not?
What a fine pig-sticker. But the heat treatment is probably non-existent. Still looks good tho.
They are actually pretty good knives!
It’s better than it should be for the price. It’s carved turkeys and prime rib and seen many bones that lost the fight. It’s stupid sharp and makes me a little nervous using, just watching it fall through a whole pork shoulder that I’m prepping for the freezer, it would do the same to one of my fingers.
Here are 2 of the 3 Eagle Knives I had made for my grandsons when they made Eagle Scout.
The Old Hickory knives are inexpensive but high quality. No frills carbon steel that takes and holds an edge. Probably better than most of the expensive designer knives. We have a set of expensive kitchen knives that were a gift. They are good knives but the Hickory holds an edge better. I have seen some with the handles changed and guards installed by the owners who use them as sheath knives.
Another high quality low price knife is the carbon steel Morakniv which is also available on Amazon.
Nice - I didn't know those were out there, I am going to have to get my hands on them.