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Show Us Your Sharps, Part Thrice!

Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Aug 17, 2013.

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  1. warchild
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    warchild Eternal Pockets

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    PerfectZebra, That is one AWESOME collection! Very close to perfect in my mind.
     
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    I was reallllllly bored today.
     
  4. PerfectZebra
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    Thanks! There are definitely some redundancies but there's also something unique about each one that I like enough to hold on to. Still a few more on my want list though. As always...
     
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    I see you have an orange Kershaw Zing. Where did you get it? I have been trying to find one.
     
  6. Highbinder

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    Its the Imp. I originally bought a mini canadian but couldn't get comfortable with the stepdown to the choil which never felt comfortable. This is a slightly bigger/heavier knife but the full four finger grip makes for a very capable knife. Love the A2 steel (way more than their supersteels), love the blade size and shape. 2.5" is still very capable but doesn't draw undue attention.
     
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  7. GrayMouser

    GrayMouser EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Got it from ebay ages ago. That's probably your best bet to find one, they still turn up sometimes.
     
  8. Adahn

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    Now I want a Mnandi even more ...
    ... maybe can afford it when my son moves out.
    ... in 17.3 years or so ... :p
     
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    Haha! fantastic!
     
  10. Elg

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    This is the knives that actually get used - unlike all my other knives that just lies in a box out in the shed. Thinking about getting a large folder too. Maybe a spyderco tenacious.
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  11. warchild
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    You cannot go wrong with a Tenacious. It's on par or above par with knives costing twice as much!
     
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    I have been wanting to get a slimmer sheath for my GEC since the one that came with it is huge. Don't get me wrong it is an insanely nice sheath but a little big for edc. Found this sheath yesterday at a local antique shop for $35 and it fits perfectly... oh the $35 INCLUDED a knife. The knife that this sheath was originally for is some locally made (by a local black smith) patch knife... decent f&f and big ol blade.... pics to come.

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    I love playing w the nanos ! The nano w filed copper scale is mine the others are customers
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    Nanos have never really caught my eye before. That is, until now! Very very nice! :)
     
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    Won the instagram knife Thursday pt give away. My spoils....[​IMG]

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    I haven't gotten them all together for a group shot in awhile. Since Halloween is almost here, I figured it only appropriate to post a pic of my Spyders.
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    T.H.Cone I am senor Fluffy, hear me roar

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    Edward, did you carve the small pumpkin on the left. That's great. Very classy.
     
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    Thank you sir, I try ;)
     
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    Thank you:)! I did not carve it. All those gourds are in fact plastic hollow decorations purchased from a well known chain craft store. My wife has made a Halloween display for the front yard. I "borrowed" the display today and arranged it to show my Spyders. I of course put the display back the way I found it when done ;).
     
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  20. johndies

    johndies Uber Prepared

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    Been away for awhile making leather. And all the while I'm punching and threading, getting stabbed by the awl, this sharp thing is on the bench, daring me to work on it. It was too mean on its own so I thought I would use some bright colors. I don't know if it is big enough to be a hatchet, too big for a dressing knife. Perhaps an uulu with a hammer handle?
    It's a Royal Damascus with micarta/acrylic scales, brass pins. Still a very sharp wicked thing in the hand.
     
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