Lets see your knives

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by Ariac » 05 Jul 2010, 16:30

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A few in the drawer.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by buckett » 23 Jul 2010, 08:15

My everyday carry knife is a Sog Flash II assisted open. Great knife. I have many many others, but that's my main one. I'll have to get some pics soon.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by lazi » 15 Aug 2010, 02:39

my busse kin blades... sold a few and added a few since this pic but only the duplicate models.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by SoCal Gunner » 17 Aug 2010, 13:41

Is that a Swamprat version of the Yardhook? 2nd up from bottom left.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by Rover » 23 Aug 2010, 05:41

Lazi, that is an awesome Busse collection!

My knife interest has suffered a lot since I've gotten more into guns. Down to 2 Busses (a war boar and a hack) and 2 scrapyards.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by lazi » 29 Aug 2010, 19:35

thanks rover! I've been fighting between the 2 for the last couple years. knives have been winning so far but I slip a firearm in there when I can.

SoCal, that's a Busse Bomba Mr. Mojo. I love that blade!

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by lazi » 21 Sep 2010, 13:47

SoCal Gunner wrote:Is that a Swamprat version of the Yardhook? 2nd up from bottom left.
just reread the question... sorry but that's a tan Yard Hook. Seems to be a rare find. sold my black yard hook but I may have to snag another one later on.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by lazi » 21 Sep 2010, 13:48

thanks rover! I've been fighting between the 2 for the last couple years. knives have been winning so far but I slip a firearm in there when I can.

SoCal, that's a Busse Combat Mr. Mojo. I love that blade!

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by 04WRX » 10 Dec 2010, 14:36

H&K Auto by benchmade. love this knife i abuse the living hell out of it and it still performs like the day i took it out of the box.
And it looks as if the picture i took is bigger then the 1024 pixel limit so here is a link to the one i have. http://www.benchmade.com/products/14255" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; mine has different handles

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by PainKillaX » 11 Dec 2010, 13:13

I don't know if SOG has a plant of warehouse or what in Seattle, but their Lynnwood store had a big ol' sale (open warehouse, all items 50-75% off). So I walked away with:

A SEAL Pup
A Power Assist mutli-tool
Two Aura SEALs

Final price combined was a tick over $150.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by jmz5 » 13 Dec 2010, 07:18

I have been steering clear of SOG, I have a few, but I would rather support a company that makes knives in the States.
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Post by blueorison » 13 Dec 2010, 07:37

jmz5 wrote:I have been steering clear of SOG, I have a few, but I would rather support a company that makes knives in the States.
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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by jmz5 » 13 Dec 2010, 07:47

I have been eying the Chive, but carry one of my Benchmade mini griptillians every day.
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Post by blueorison » 13 Dec 2010, 08:29

jmz5 wrote:I have been eying the Chive, but carry one of my Benchmade mini griptillians every day.
This is the knife I carry everyday. I use it on the range to hammer in tacks into IPSC posts and pry out staples and cut cardboard. The tip is broken off and the blade's finished is thoroughly scratched. I've always wondered if benchmade would bother replacing the blade. Perhaps not since I use it as a pry-tool.
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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by PainKillaX » 13 Dec 2010, 11:24

I was real impressed with the Kershaws I picked up blade wise and opening/closing, but I could never quite get used to the smooth grip.

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Post by panzermk2 » 13 Dec 2010, 12:16

They have textured grip versions also.
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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by blueorison » 13 Dec 2010, 12:27

panzermk2 wrote:They have textured grip versions also.
I used the blackout for the longest time till I lost it. It is still one of my favorite ones. The blade is very malleable.
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Post by jmz5 » 13 Dec 2010, 14:39

blueorison wrote:
jmz5 wrote:I have been eying the Chive, but carry one of my Benchmade mini griptillians every day.
This is the knife I carry everyday. I use it on the range to hammer in tacks into IPSC posts and pry out staples and cut cardboard. The tip is broken off and the blade's finished is thoroughly scratched. I've always wondered if benchmade would bother replacing the blade. Perhaps not since I use it as a pry-tool.
They will replace it for $35.
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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by PainKillaX » 13 Dec 2010, 16:15

Is it wrong that even before I break in a bag of new knives I already have a list of knives to get? I mean how many can I carry but...they're so shiny.

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Re: Lets see your knives

Post by darksidemxer » 06 Jan 2011, 06:54

I just retired my camillus knife after a few months of hard use. I will do a review of it soon. I just replaced it with a sog vulcan fixed blade :) so far im very happy with the knife.

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