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I've always had a soft spot for Bucks. Some are gifts to me and I'm technically just holding one of the 102's for my kid. I have a few more Buck folders around but fixed blades are my thing. The oldest by far is the 103, the best skinner I've used.

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EDIT: The machette looking thing on the end is the probably most worthless knife I've ever owned.
 
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I'll play. Much of my knife work is stick carving or bushcraft-type stuff. Here's two that I use. The left is a homemade knife based on the Kephart pattern. The right is an old no-name Mora.


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I also use the SAK Camper model a bit.

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Here's another home made. I make 'em for fun and the challenge. I don't really sell them. This one's made from an old file. I've since cleaned it up a bit. In truth, it's kind of thick and clunky. The Kephart is a better pattern for me.

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I just picked this up for $119.00 shipped to my door.

I bought this one last month for $80.00 (It was new without the box).

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The Taylor S&W "Military Issue" is a bit big (and heavy) for carrying in town, but the Bat Cave Sendoa is a great knife! The ATS-43 blade is shaving sharp and holds a great edge. The Sendoa is engineered by the same people that made the single-action Paragon OTF knives. Both of these blades are rock-solid and lend themselves to heavy use.
 
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