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Atwood Knife and Tool Museum

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Rico801, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. souptree

    souptree Loaded Pockets

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    Behind that veneer of seemingly unshakable cool, even Homie is freaking out a little today.

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    These are Peter Atwood AirFrame folders.

    Please join Homie for brandy, cigars and further discussion of these fine relics out on the veranda.
     
  2. kibitz

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    Wow! Souptree, very nice knives you have there. I believe that I saw your knife being made in Peter's DVD on "The making of a Folding knife" .
     
  3. souptree

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    kibitz, they ARE the same design as the knife made in the video, and Peter told me they were all made around the same time. There were either 3 or 4 total made -- Peter was unable to remember if the total was 3 or 4. So there's the one from the video, these two and possibly one other. That's it.

    I am currently seeking the video, for what should be two obvious reasons :p, so if anyone has a copy they would part with or even loan out for a week, please PM me.
     
  4. kibitz

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    I juat added a few to my collection and I thought that you might like to see them.
     

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  5. ejmp

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    Gary i think a dozen is more than a few, heck i have a hard time finding 1 blade ;) btw what is the one with the orange lanyard???? :shocked:
     
  6. kibitz

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    That is a Damasteel Skeeter. Not all Skeeters are created equal.
     
  7. souptree

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    Unbelievable score! You rock, kibitz. :)
     
  8. ejmp

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    A few pics of my Atwood 3-WAY in S30V Raw Bar Finish
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  9. Barefootone

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    Hey Ed,
    :drool: WOW SWEET :roof:.
    Jeff
     
  10. ejmp

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    Thanks Jeff :roof: i should have put something in the photo to compare size , its fairly small love the raw bar finish :D
     
  11. bin31z

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    Ok....this is what i have along with some other stuff...its not much...but I like really the glow dot Atwrench....
     

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  12. souptree

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    :bounce: :whee: :bounce:

    Four Atwood Folders in Four Weeks!!!!

    I didn't think it was possible either. But, yes, it's true. I scored four Atwood folders in four weeks!!!! :idiot2: :smitten: :roof: :D :broke: :help:

    One is even legal to carry where I live, so I am overjoyed that I can now actually legally EDC an Atwood folder, which has been a dream of mine for a while now. ;D

    I am now adjusting my collecting goals to include forming the top Atwood folder collection in the world (yes, I intend to top Peter who IS #1!) so if you have an Atwood folder you are willing to discuss parting with, please be in touch. :-X

    Hey! It can happen!! :trampoline: :poke: :toilet:

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    Specs:

    AirFrame #1:

    Bead Blasted Ti Framelock
    Bead Blasted S30V Modified Wharncliffe Blade w/ False Edge and V-Ground Hollow Grind
    Dual Thumbstuds
    Blade length: 3-3/16"
    Sharp Length: 3-1/8"
    Closed Length: 4-5/8"
    Overall Length: 7-13/16"

    AirFrame #2:

    Satin Blue Anodized Ti Framelock
    Satin S30V Modified Wharncliffe w/ Flat Grind
    Dual Thumbstuds
    Blade length: 3-5/16"
    Sharp Length: 3-5/16"
    Closed Length: 4-11/16"
    Overall Length: 8-1/16"

    Click here for more photos and info on the AirFrames.

    Warlock:

    Snakeskin Patterned Bronze Anodized Ti Linerlock
    Black G10 Scales
    Snakeskin Patterned Bronze Colored S30V Recurved Blade
    Snakeskin Patterned Bronze Anodized Tip-up Pocket Clip
    Dual Thumbstuds
    Blade length: 3-9/16"
    Sharp Length: 3-7/16"
    Closed Length: 4-13/16"
    Overall Length: 8-7/16"

    Solar Arc:

    Snakeskin Patterned Anodized Ti Linerlock
    Dual Blue-Black G10 Scales
    S30V Drop Point Blade
    Dual Thumbstuds
    Atwood Kydex Sheath
    Blade length: 2-1/2"
    Sharp Length: 2-3/8"
    Closed Length: 4"
    Overall Length: 6-1/2"


    The liners on both the Warlock and the Solar Arc are Snakeskin patterned on both the inside and the outside of the slabs. Both have been seen in the collector threads before so I am not posting a slew of pictures of the latest ones.

    The Solar Arc came with an Atwood Kydex sheath. This is my new EDC!!!!!!! I am beside myself with joy!!!!!!

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    I will leave you with this request from Homie, who is too :cheers: to appear in photos today:

    Homie wants to see some more closeups from you people!!!! :buckteeth: :ready: :spotlight:
     
  13. DB

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    Dang...where do you shop, boy? :shocked:

    I've never even heard of the the Warlock!
     
  14. Shreknow91

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    Congrats Bro
     
  15. Rico801

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    Very nice souptree, very nice!
     
  16. kibitz

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    Souptree, you are my hero! :roof:
     
  17. souptree

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    Thanks, guys. :) I am pretty stunned by it actually. Two years of searching for a single folder with no luck and then blammo! When it rains, it pours!! :D

    That's pretty cool, kibitz, because you're my hero too!! :hug:

    Don't worry -- if I ever come across the 5th WaffleBaby, it is YOURS!!!! :highfive:
     
  18. uni2uniknot

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    Good stuff Souptree...you're living the dream!!! Congrats!!!

    :dance: :eek: :clap: :bow:
     
  19. zero40484

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    oooooh that is cutting tool bliss, like heaven in your pocket!!
     
  20. stillphoto

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    Ian, that's just nuts. Congrats. I know you were jonesing for a folder in the worst way.

    Here's a Souptree inspired nature shot of my snakeskin sopt. And yes I use the heck out of it

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