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Discussion in 'Knives & Other Discussion' started by sweetbeard, Nov 3, 2008.
Since I started the show your guns thread... Lets see those knives..
I carry one of these every day. (hint, its the smaller one)
I had a S&W "SWAT" that had traveled the world with me, but I lost it
you carry a ka-bar everyday?!!?! are you like that guy from sons of anarchy?
I carry this now... Its an HK made by Benchmade... $23 at YTC's PX.
Hey that is pretty cool, I might get one.
do these count ???????
This is my everyday carry...CRKT Thunderbolt.
Yes. My office job is crazy.
This isn't real "high speed" but it works well in the woods! And is always accompaning my 50-70 Sharps!
Sweet - that looks a lot like an Idaho Knife Works Hudson Bay pattern. Is it? I've got a Cliff Canoe Knife.
Ah yup-it is! I'm scheduled to leave next Thursday for a week long traditional Muzzleloader hunt for deer/elk/bear/mtn lion and Mike and Deb's knife is accompaning me and my .54 Hawkins. :thumbup:
We will be living primative style and this knife will get a great work out!
Great gear isn't it!
His work is just top-notch. I had an opportunity to buy one of those Hudson Bays at the Eugene knife show. Ran out of money and had to pass on it. Been kicking myself ever since. Other folks make that pattern, but his version is one of the best out there.
Enjoy your hunt!
I'll throw in a couple....
Jeez I haven't hauled these out for awhile so that was a good opportunity to dust 'em off.
Left case all Microtechs except as noted: L-R lower row:
HALO-II, UTX-70, Ultratech II v.1, LCC Gen. 2 manual, Vector w/winewood scales, Benchmade Presidio 5000, LCC Gen 4 bolster release auto, Ultratech II v.2, large UDT. Top row, somewhat rare HP CFO-II one of 10, and Chris Reeve Nkonka in 3-V steel, one of 206 made.
Right case, left row, top to bottom: Emerson custom CQC-7 w/jeweled Ti liners and MOP scales, Massaro leverlock, burl scales, one of a custom run of 225, Italian Tourist Switchblade, sold for about $1.75 to tourists in the '70's, Right Side, top to bottom, Spyderco Calypso III CF scales and ZDP189 steel, Frank Beltrame bayo blade 11" Italian switch with honey horn scales, Buck 110 auto, miniature Spyderco Police, and William Henry G30 in Mammoth tooth scale wildfire damascus bolsters/ZDP189 wave damascus steel.
Right case top, L-R the EDC's:
Benchmade Snody Activator S30V, another Spyderco Caly-III, Pro-Tech Godfather (unmarked Treasury Department Secret Service model), Leatherman Skeletool and Leatherman Charge Ti.
Thanks, Mr. Sun195.
I forgot to add the BURN, it's a Square-Button Latama modeled after the 1950's model, with honey horn scales, hollow-ground 154CM steel and nickel bolsters... I use it to open letters.
...and cut up weiners apparently!!! :laugh:
If a knife can't do food chores it isn't much use. The ironic thing about these knives is, the only one that I have accidentally cut myself with is the mini Spyderco Police.
That Spyder blade bit my thumb good one day, when I forgot it was accurate down to the smallest detail -including the edge. :bluelaugh:
RGM Pilot 107 (Modified ETA 2892 - A2, stainless bracelet) and Victorinox Settler
Lee Reeves Belt Axe and Jarvenpaa Aito Puukko (birch bark handle)
Victorinox Solider and Gossman PSK Jr
Gossman PSK and Victorinox Huntsman
Murray Carter (White Steel) and Thad Buchannan (natural micarta slip-joint)
Murray Carter (Blue Steel) and Sam Henson (spalted maple handle)
Suien Chinese Cleaver
Gene Ingram #30 (Desert Iron Wood & D2)
Murray Carter Kama (White Steel & Oak Handle)