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Some of my BUCKs

Discussion in 'Knives & Other Discussion' started by Hotwheelz, Aug 13, 2008.

  1. Hotwheelz

    Hotwheelz Pierce County Member

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    here a few of my BUCK's

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  2. sweetbeard

    sweetbeard Beavertown OreGUN! New Member

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    Ooo pointy!
     
  3. Clarkston_cz

    Clarkston_cz Clarkston, Washington Member

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    CZ USA knife by Benchmade.

    PNW knifemaker meets CZ. MY EDC for over a year now and still going strong.
     
  4. SiegGeringer

    SiegGeringer Snohomish Co WA Member

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    I like pointy stuff. I too have a Buck fixed blade...the Pathfinder I think it's called. Has about a 6" blade and ebony phenolic handles.
     
  5. Joe Link

    Joe Link Portland, OR Well-Known Member Staff Member Lifetime Supporter 2015 Volunteer 2016 Volunteer

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    I've carried a Benchmade Auto for three years now. As long as I don't lose it, I'll carry it forever.
     
  6. SiegGeringer

    SiegGeringer Snohomish Co WA Member

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    I wish we could carry autos here....I have an awesome 3050 AFO my bro brought me from IQ.
     
  7. Aristotle13

    Aristotle13 Kent, WA Member

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    Hey Hotwheelz, what are the two spikes on your bucks used for?

    Are those throwing hatches? Badass!
     
  8. Hotwheelz

    Hotwheelz Pierce County Member

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    I was told you could bury the knife blade and use the spikes to tie off stuff but IM really not sure why they are there but they look cool. I dont know if the hatchetts would be good for throwing the handles are pretty heavy they were more for small camp axe I got my first one when I was about 7 dad would let carry it around when we camping.
     
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  9. CharlesAFerg

    CharlesAFerg Beaverton Active Member

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    Hmm, you can't as far as I know - I went to the library and read the statutes. They stated that anything spring assisted, or that can be opened by the momentum of one hand isn't legal.
     
  10. Joe Link

    Joe Link Portland, OR Well-Known Member Staff Member Lifetime Supporter 2015 Volunteer 2016 Volunteer

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    :paranoid:
     
  11. sweetbeard

    sweetbeard Beavertown OreGUN! New Member

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    Guess all my knives are illegal!

    If any of you tell , well you better watch out!

    :help:

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  12. CharlesAFerg

    CharlesAFerg Beaverton Active Member

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    Read the statutes. I didn't write them, nor am I enforcing them. They could possibly be out of date, but that was my firsthand experience.
     
  13. borrowedsig

    borrowedsig Lincoln, Nebraska Active Member

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    I have a buckmaster as well. You are supposed to be able to use it as a grappling hook. No joke lol. Wont hold my big *** but thats what its for according to buck lol.


    Matt