Some of my knives

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    Cool Some of my knives

    Just wanted to share my small collection of knives... the two FD ones are spring assisted pocket knives. The "Redneck Toothpick" is a Bowie knife I use for deer hunting. The black one next to it is a knock off Kabar, it balances and feel the same as a Kabar, but without the name. Next to that is a novelty knife I really have no use for, I just thought it was neat. Then the last 3 on the right are various EDC pocket knives I carry. The black one w/ the gray blade on the top right gets the most use.


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    Funny thing about "novelty knives". I got one at Friendship, IN a couple of years ago that caught my eye (the $20 price tag had NOTHING to do with my decision...). A nice big bowie style knife that has proven to be very effective at everything I ask of it. Tree limbs, bits of rope, the occasional use in the kitchen, all handled well by a no-name brand from China.

    Sometimes you get a good one, and sometimes you get a thrower.

    Nice collection!

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    Wow! Awesome collection, thanks for sharing. I really like that bad boy third from the left. Looks like you could hack a tree up for firewood if needed. Very nice..
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    Nice. Congrats.
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    Nice set...that one with the 'jaw buster built in is unique.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Nice set...that one with the 'jaw buster built in is unique.
    They issued them to the Fighting 69th in WW1, called trench knives.

    They are mostly illegal now, due to the brass knuckle part.



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