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Any Freeks out there into knives+ sharp objects? I have had most of my modest collection before I was into watches. I thought it would be cool to have a thread of "sharp object" pictures.
Here is mine, not including my axe and kitchen knives. Didnt think of them till afterword.
First my fixed-blades: Camillus Becker BK9-- Benchmade 140( 5 bucks at a yard sale)--Benchmade 515 (D2 steel, got it right before they switched to 440c)-- Bayonet my son got for me at a yard sale. Dont know much about it.
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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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Cool knives you have there. I have um...way too many..lol I should take some pictures of all of mine.
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I have a bunch. Nothing too impressive, no big money customs. Just a bunch of Benchmade, Keyshawn, CRKT, and Spyderco.
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My folders. I edc 1 or sometimes 2 of them everyday. I feel as undressed without a knife in my pocket as I do without a watch on my wrist.
Benchmade 556 Mini-Grip--Benchmade 530 (Gifted to me from a guy on the Benchmade forums. I was looking at Benchmades, joined the forum and started asking questions and this guy pm'd me and told me to give him my address. Recieved the knife less than a week later. Wow)
Spyderco Endura sabre-grind(first Spydy)---Spyderco Endura FFG I love the VG-10 steel these have
Spyderco Paramilitary 2 ( Awesome is an understatement when it comes to the PM2. The compression lock, S30V steel, blade shape and handle are,well, awesome.)
Scharade small lockback( found it in my dads stuff after he passed)
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Last the Leathermans. Had a few more over the years and gave them to my son( so I could get a new one lol)
Wingman Blast Charge Crater
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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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A custom would be nice. I guess bang-for-buck applies to mine.
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I have a bunch. Nothing too impressive, no big money customs. Just a bunch of Benchmade, Keyshawn, CRKT, and Spyderco.
Nothing wrong with any of them.
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I used to be into them more, I sold all but two to buy watches. Priorities. I still like them, Spydercos are my favorites, and I will probably get a couple more one day. I had some pretty nice ones, Chris Reeve, Benchmade, Zero Tolerance, and others, but the Paramilitary 2 is my overall favorite knife.
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One of my EDC knives, a Greenaway workhorse.


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I used to collect swords and knives but gave it up sold them all off. I was a big Hibben knife fan. I do have several folding knives I carry, got a few this Christmas. I do not go crazy over expensive knives any more. My son works in an Army Navy store and I get his discount I still won't buy anything too pricey even though I get about 50% off. I just got a S&W I like. I use them a lot at the restaurant cutting open boxes and such. I do have some nice kitchen knives at home way better than the commercial stuff we have at the restaurant!
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I'm still on reservation list for this.
I'm hoping to afford it when it's ready in a few months.









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I'm still on reservation list for this.
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What is it? and how much is it? lol
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Any Freeks out there into knives+ sharp objects? I have had most of my modest collection before I was into watches. I thought it would be cool to have a thread of "sharp object" pictures.
Here is mine, not including my axe and kitchen knives. Didnt think of them till afterword.
First my fixed-blades: Camillus Becker BK9-- Benchmade 140( 5 bucks at a yard sale)--Benchmade 515 (D2 steel, got it right before they switched to 440c)-- Bayonet my son got for me at a yard sale. Dont know much about it.

Is a frog's ass water tight???


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What is it? and how much is it? lol
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.
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Here are the last two I bought......



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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.
Pretty sweet looking, $525 for a custom knife is pretty reasonable.
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A Joe Pardue folder.

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Nothing special. Just a handy pocket knife while working around the house or garage.



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