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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Jan 1, 2015.
Where'd you get a cqc9 I've been looking everywhere for one of those.
But why do I KEEP doing it then???! haha
My humble Vic collection. Every single one has been used/carried. A few more so than others.
Knives by edcforum, on Flickr
A few I inherited from my dad (a little oil and sharpening on these today):
Those are all cool but this one is just awesome....that sheath is coooool.
The best part about cooking is I get to cut stuff.
Thanks. I believe that one was actually my grandfather's. From when he was young. I think it dates to the 1920s or thereabouts.
I think it's pretty darn cool too, even aside from the sentimental value.
Another great looking knife man. I like that one a lot. Looks like a perfect all around knife.
This is one of eight pushbutton automatic Sebenzas converted by Vallotton before cease & desist by CRK.
Pure luck! I've been looking for years.
You mean somebody modded Sebenzas to be Automatics but CRK made them stop?
Is that legal? I mean, can [car producer X] say not to tune their cars?
But if so I guess this Sebbie is a real collector's item
They can and they do. If the aftermarket work effects the products quality in a negative manner this can reflect poorly on the OEM and cause irreparable damage to their reputation. Don't see to much with cars but many other industries.
First time I ever hear smth like this, but well, you learn a new thing every day.
How's the quality of the conversion and the wear on the lockface? Do you see a reason for this reaction from CRK quality-wise?
My CRK Small Sabenza defeated this centipede who was trespassing.
Basic EDC | On Person Carry | Skinth Loadouts | Backpack | Bail Out Bag
Current state of the Slip Joint collection...
Left to Right... GEC #09 Cocobolo, Case Mini Trapper G10, GEC #66 Slim Ebony, GEC #99 Knifebrite, Northwoods Forest Jack Blue Camel, GEC #92 Ebony, Queen Workehorse Trapper, Queen Small Serpentine Amber Bone, and GEC #09 Ebony...
BHK Long Trail on picnic duty last Fathers Day..
Adventure Sworn. This is actually a cross between his classic and mountaineer..
A puukko in silver steel, by the great Pekka Tuominen..
My Stromeng Leuku at rest.. This is in my kitchen..
Here's a few more while Photobucket is cooperating..
Ray Laconico/Mark Wholwend colab.. SAK camper..
My camp/butcher knife.. This is an ML "deep wood butcher knife".. I have owned it for many years..
Off The Map/Brian Andrews Terrasaur..
Roselli Carpenter..Yes we eat a lot of bell peppers..
Love this pic.. This was my sons loadout/EDC during one of our archery shoots.. He emptied his pockets to change..