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PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 5:00 pm 
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cricketdave wrote:
Got a new knife from Martin knives in texas, I've always liked hollow handle knives just because. I had a original Lile knife back in the 80s but it was stolen. So I picked up this Surv9 from Martin knives, 9 inch blade s35vn steel, beautiful grinds and balance.

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Looks solid.

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superb knife and awesome steel

approve !! 8-)

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 26, 2014 11:32 pm 
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KaBar USMC

top guard removed, Fisk'd, spine squared.

It works, but still a rat-tang....not to be compared to a full-tang knife for serious use.

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ancient_serpent wrote:
Left to right: MOD Massad Ayoob Razorback, CS Delta dart, some plastic POS (no idea where it came from), Buck something or other, Ontario TAK



does the TAK come with light tan handles and they just get Dark over time?

It seems they come with tan or green and i cant decide which I want.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 9:22 pm 
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Picked this up yesterday, the 50th Anniversary Buck 110


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Beautiful!!!What is her name?(who made it?)
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Beautiful!!!What is her name?(who made it?)

Looks like a Condor Mini Bushlore?

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Do you think that a buck 110 folding hunting knife would go through a zombie's skull?


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This weekend yard sale find, Buck General!!!!!
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apocalypse rated just like my toyota

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Thanks! That is a knife from Grey Wolf Knives. I can't remember but I think Aaron calls that model the Skinny Bushcrafter. Made form O1 steel. It takes on a great patina and takes a wicked edge!

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this is a Othello crocodile hunter, made in Solingen Germany made by Anton Wingen Jr

as for the steel, i cannot tell you that, i know this one is from a small production using a really hard steel that top at 59-60 Rockwell. that all i can say. and it not 440C that all.

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Holds an edge like a good knife. Amazing bowie/machete. Incredible bush craft tool and it is 1/2 off clearance buy one now!. I bought this full tang 1/4" thick bladed bowie from Ontario Knives. I split wood, shop small trees, and limbs. It truly is a hatchet machete hybrid. Here it is pictured with my new BK-2 for scale.

Ontario Knife GEN II - SP-52

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Got a official production Expendable Arkansas toothpick from the Expendable 2 and 3

the official version unlike the many junk version you can find everywhere is actually made of a good steel, AUS-6 , it is a usable steel, it not just a pretty face.

Yes it gonna stay on my wall, but i would have no prob taking it off and stab it into the cranium of the first Zed i see.

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while the sheath is made of synthetic leather it still a good sheath , and more water resilient than plain leather.

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Sorry about the picture quality, my real camera is out of action :(

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Nice birch handle, laminated stainless steel blade, leather sheath.


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