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Discussion in 'Knives' started by TKC, Feb 15, 2009.
Here's a couple of my favorite Randall-Made straight knives. (The ones I ain't ever going to sell.)
Randall Model #10-B. (Saltwater Fisherman) Which is, coincidentally, the best, 'sleeve knife' I've ever owned!
Randall Model #14 (The Vietnam Jungle Knife)
It's actually a large heavy knife with a 7 1/2 inch blade.
Cold Steel Trail Master. I remember my cousin had one in the early 90s, I was so jealous of that bad blade. After all these years I finally bought one.
The Bob Terzuola CQB is one of my favorite fixed blades. Is yours a pre-2007 Camillus?
Here's a damascus kukri that I really like:
(Not crazed about the sheath though.)
Also working on making one based on Jens Anso's Zulu design. Tiny little neck knife.
Here's another kukri. This one is made by Citadel Knives of Cambodia:
I have 1 fixed blade. Here it is.
Borka Blades Persian
Bark River PS2
Fixed blades, eh?
Most of my fixed blades are owned with the intention of being smiple. hard use tools, and therefore not worth taking pictures of.
I've got a few, recently posted a couple of pcs in the 'big blade' thread, so won't repeat those here. Instead:
and smaller (x2)
So, how many people here knew Benchmade produced a simple fixed blade smaller than an Esee Iz???
Got a few more, but don't have any pictures of them handy.
One day I will get energetic, but for now, this is it.
[/url]mumbo RS whittle by mumbojumboo, on Flickr
Nice, the match to my 6 with the sharpened clip.
Really don't see many of these out there in the wild, a 4cp exactly like this one is most definately on my list...
I just wish the Micarta didn't turn black with the oil from my hands. Seems to turn the very instant I first touch it...
That's a pretty cool looking sheath, would you mind sharing who made it?
Yeah, I kind of want to switch the scales to G10 but the micarta looks so nice when it's clean.
I found a video by PreparedMind101 on Youtube showing you can clean micarta with just water and one of those ScotchBrite sponges that have soap already absorbed inside of them, and it works very well. Even got some pine-sap out of mine.
How's the MOLLE attachment, as well? I just have the clip that comes with it.
I really like the molle back, really quite well thought out and has many different configurations to it. Well worth the money IMHO.
The additional pouch though, I don't have much use for, so have removed it from the sheath which cut down on the bulk quite a lot.
That karambit looks familiar (not the folder). Who made it?
The karambit is the Atomic karmabit by Laci Szabo Design
Nice. Reminds me of some Mike Maniord designs...