Lots of gun threads, what about a knife thread?

Discussion in 'General' started by studio819, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. charles

    charles The Transporter

    Which one do you use to slice PIE?
     
  2. Steeltoe

    Steeltoe Breaker of chains.

    Just picked up a Zero Tolerance folder.
    Model 0350TS
    Titanium frame lock
    G-10 scales
    S30V steel blade
    Tungsten DLC coating
    Made in USA
    Tacticool ;)

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  3. Mongo

    Mongo Administrator

    They a brand of Kershaw?
     
  4. Steeltoe

    Steeltoe Breaker of chains.

    Yessir
     
  5. Mongo

    Mongo Administrator

    Nice. I might have to get a new one soon :D
     
  6. used2Bfast

    used2Bfast Still healing

    A few of my favs..

    Busse Active Duty and Mean Streets. Both using Infi steel.
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    Left to right.. US made Cold Steel Master Hunter in Carbon V steel. Simonich Talon using the rare Talonite steel. Fehrman Scout using CPM 3V. And Mike Erie sport 300 in ATS34.
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    Note Firebow bearing hole in handle of the Fehrman.
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    Another Mike Erie. The Hunter in ATS34 next to the Sport 300.
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    Emerson and Chris Reeves Sebenza Classic in CPM S30V.
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    Ti handles/framelock and blade button. Hand fitted. Was $485 back in 05.
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    Dozier Pro Guide in D2.
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    Off the Map Bitterroot custom in O1.
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    Busse Badger Attack 3 in Infi steel.
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    Fallkniven A1 in VG10.
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    The end
     
  7. Rebel635

    Rebel635 Well-Known Member

    ^^ Just lock the tread, that dudes got this.
     
  8. Mike Dillon

    Mike Dillon Well-Known Member

    Some great knives listed in this thread. After 18 years of carrying a blade every day I'd respectfully offer this: Start cheap and find out what you like (plain edge, serrated, combination edge, tanto point, clip point, tip-up carry, tip-down, size, scale material, etc...), and if you tend to lose them. THEN go look at the Microtech, Emerson, Chris Reeve, Protech quality/price-point after you decide what works in your lifestyle and wardrobe. A big folder with coarse tactical scales can blow a hole in your pants in no time, and may be uncomfortable when you’re on the ground working on things. Wally world has some nice starter knives. 3" to 4" blade length is my sweet spot.

    My favorite sharpener:
    http://www.edgeproinc.com/Apex-Model-Edge-Pro-System-c3/

    Strops:
    http://www.stropman.com/
     
  9. hank748

    hank748 Well-Known Member

    Thanks - I've been looking for a good strop and the selection on that site has exactly what I'm looking for!
    :beer:
     
  10. Wingnut

    Wingnut Well-Known Member

    FYI. theclymb.com has the Kershaw Blur at $55 right now, half off retail among some other Kershaw blades.

    Double FYI if you use my email kc.wehner@gmail.com as the friend refer I get a $25 gift cert and you get a discount:beer:
     
  11. Steeltoe

    Steeltoe Breaker of chains.

    Quite so.
     
  12. Jed

    Jed mellifluous

    The Off the map is a beut.

    I can't find my blackwater folder. It's tacticool and my hippie sister loaths it.
     
  13. Wingnut

    Wingnut Well-Known Member

    I accidentally won a gov. auction for about 100+ EDC type pocket knives. Gonna sort 'em out and then put up on Ebay. Anybody want first dibs? I'll email a list over.
     
  14. eggfooyoung

    eggfooyoung You no eat more!

    Dad bought my brother and I each 3 sets like this one year. Different colors and shapes and what not between the 3 sets. Sadly, they too were lost in a horrible boating accident with all of my guns and coins.
     

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  15. CB186

    CB186 go f@ck yourself

  16. sbhockey

    sbhockey Orange shirt #157

    This guy go's everywhere with me except airports...

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  17. Mongo

    Mongo Administrator

    Want.
     
  18. alan

    alan Well-Known Member

    And its only $20 on Amazon
     
  19. Wingnut

    Wingnut Well-Known Member

    Being a Kershaw fan I seperated those out of the box first, most are USA made and few China made, The china ones carry the same warranty FYI.

    6 Chive- USA made,very small, different finishes all Speedsafe opening
    8 Leek, Speedsafe USA made, both plain and serrated edges ( one Damascus blade)
    5 Vapor, 2 medium, 3 large
    6 Scallion, USA made, plain and serrated edge
    5 Skyline, USA made one Damascus blade
    4 Blackout, USA made all serrated
    3 Blur, Red handle serrated, blue & Black handle w/plain edge
    4 RJ1 Tanto serrated
    2 Shallot USA made metal frame
    1 3410 model RJ Martin design
    1 Swerve all black finish
    1 1730SS , similar to the Vapor
    1 2430TCKTST, metal frame similar to Vapor
    1 1820 USA made
    1 small folder, Made in Japan looks like a old buck style with rosewood handle but stamped Kershaw
    3 3650CKTST, similar to the Blackout.

    I'm having problems uploading photos, PM for more info if needed.

    Apparently my Sister in law bid on this lot because she saw several sets of Hairstylist high end scissor kits in the photos but forgot that my address was still the registered ship to address that we registered with. These were all confiscated by the TSA at Denver airport.
     

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