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Old 02-06-2014, 02:02 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I just checked out the Domino, very cool. I didn't even know Spyderco made a flipper.
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Some knives....spyderco techno and a Bradley Alias.

Have sold some others...bought some others.

Wanted to get into the custom knives but my other hobbies get in the way of me affording those.

Want to pick up a Spyderco Domino Blue Carbon Fiber soon though.



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Yep. The blue carbon fiber domino is the better looking of the two, the regular version the pattern on the handle is kinda ugly. Also Spyderco makes another flipper in the Southard..

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An early Robert Terzuola tactical folder.

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Both really nice, I like the Domino better, but Spyderco's collaborations are always cool knives.
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Yep. The blue carbon fiber domino is the better looking of the two, the regular version the pattern on the handle is kinda ugly. Also Spyderco makes another flipper in the Southard..

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I have a few. This is my latest ...



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Old 02-06-2014, 04:46 PM   #26 (permalink)
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An early Chuck Gedraitis Persian:





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A Whisker Allen Y-2K folder:




Cool! Never heard of that one. Custom maker?? Whats the blade steel?
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Both really nice, I like the Domino better, but Spyderco's collaborations are always cool knives.
The Domino is cool. The Southered is too, ezcept for the flipper. I dont know why, I just dont like the flipper sticking out on any of them.
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Cool! Never heard of that one. Custom maker?? Whats the blade steel?
Mike (Whiskers) Allen has been making knives since 1984 and this was one of a series of scale release knives he made. I have no idea what the blade material is but that's true of almost all of my knives.
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I rarely leave the house without a knife in my pocket.

Here are my two favourite EDC's:


Cuscadi "Glow Worm" Boker Nano (top) and Fallkniven U2

The Glow Worm doing it's thing:



EDCF Spyderco Native 5 "Moongloow"



Zero Tolerance 0350WW



Boker Gnome. Great little knife!






I am wanting a Spyderco Techno.
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I rarely leave the house without a knife in my pocket.

Here are my two favourite EDC's:


Cuscadi "Glow Worm" Boker Nano (top) and Fallkniven U2

The Glow Worm doing it's thing:



EDCF Spyderco Native 5 "Moongloow"



Zero Tolerance 0350WW



Boker Gnome. Great little knife!






I am wanting a Spyderco Techno.
Very nice, I am in love with my ZT knifes. There is something about the way they open.
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I have several, no custom or rare stuff. Just plain steel. I was once member of the NKA. Here's an older picture, I have more now. Will make a new picture soon:

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[QUOTE=Tattoo Chef;892937]LOL.

All custom and handmade Chaves Redencion folder. The one above is just one option, as finishes are up to the individual when he is ready to make yours. You can get so many different things done to it, that no two knives look the same really. Different finish on the blade(satin, blasted, two tone, dark stonewash), same with the handle and the clip, custom anodizing, mill work, etc.

Price is $525 and his books are closed for the next year and a half.[/QUOTE
Looks awesome.
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I rarely leave the house without a knife in my pocket.

Here are my two favourite EDC's:


Cuscadi "Glow Worm" Boker Nano (top) and Fallkniven U2

The Glow Worm doing it's thing:



EDCF Spyderco Native 5 "Moongloow"



Zero Tolerance 0350WW



Boker Gnome. Great little knife!






I am wanting a Spyderco Techno.
All very nice. I've never seen on in the flesh but the Fallkniven are suppose to be awesome knives.
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Almost forgot about my sword. I didnt play with it too much summer before last beceause it hurt my back a lot;( didnt know it was my hip then); and not at all last summer with my hip replace healing' but next spring look out.
Its what you call a "beater", but it is fairly well put together. The handle uses cheap alloys instead of iron but the blade is nice. It will kill a water-filled gall. milk jug 6 or 8 times over.
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Here is a Little Hen Knives camp bowie. Notice the clear Hamon:




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I'm hard on my knives and have learned not to spend to much. So I have gotten my last several from.

http://kershawguy.com/products-page/kershaw-blems/
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Here are three period knives, from top to bottom:

Kabar 1207, Cattaraugus 225Q (my favorite all purpose knife) and Kabar Camp knife.


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