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Let's See Your Knife Collection

This is a discussion on Let's See Your Knife Collection within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Holy crap! ...is that all you have? Beats my six knives...[/QUOTE] I'm in the process of putting all my collection together, and by brand. Its ...

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    Holy crap!...is that all you have?
    Beats my six knives...[/QUOTE]

    I'm in the process of putting all my collection together, and by brand.
    Its somewhere around 300 blades.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ldp4570 View Post
    Holy crap!...is that all you have?
    Beats my six knives...
    I'm in the process of putting all my collection together, and by brand.
    Its somewhere around 300 blades.[/QUOTE]

    Impressive, for sure!

    How long did it take to collect that many?
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    I've been collecting for over 25yrs, mostly older Puma's while I was stationed in Germany. I spent 14yrs out of 21yrs in the military there. Then once I retired, I've been picking up a little of everything else. Of course this also includes firearms too!

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    Is one those a Entrek?

    Just wondered if the large fixed blade at the bottom of the picture is an Entrek bowie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTHall51 View Post
    Just wondered if the large fixed blade at the bottom of the picture is an Entrek bowie.
    Yes, Thats the Entrek Ranger, 3/4 of the top is also sharpened for back slashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldp4570 View Post
    Yes, Thats the Entrek Ranger, 3/4 of the top is also sharpened for back slashes.
    I was looking at the Entrek on eBay but didn't see any used ones.
    New ones are out of my price range.

    Sure does look good.

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    Original WWII Fairbairn Sykes knives.

    Top: 3rd pattern F/S

    Middle: Webley Mark IV .38/200 w/5-inch barrel

    Bottom: 2nd pattern F/S



    I'd love to top them off with a 1st pattern F/S but they were originally low production with low survival rate and got pricey before I could snag one.
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    Here is a Busse Family Trifecta of knives

    Swamp Rat - Hairy Carry (#7)
    Busse Combat - Game Warden
    Scrap Yard - Scrapper 6 (sterile)


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    This my newest knife:
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimberland View Post
    This my newest knife:
    nice! but, how do you fit that in your pocket?

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    M-5 Bayonet, Cold Steel Peacekeeper II, Solingen Boot knife that I picked up in Germany, Spyderco Byrd, Spyderco, Boker Magnum Automatic and my hand forged Katana



    That is my camp axe, camp bowie and skinning knife
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    Thats a Practical Plus Katana, by Hanwei aka Paul Chen, right?

    Nice, got myself the Wak-Version. Pretty good cutter for its price range...




    On the wall:

    Practical Pro, Hanwei
    Tenchi, Cheness

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    Practical Plus Wak, Hanwei

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thehunt View Post
    Thats a Practical Plus Katana, by Hanwei aka Paul Chen, right?
    yes it is and I love it

    I love your collect, btw!
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    really nice blades everybody.i enjoyed the pics.
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    Here are a couple of mine:



    I carry the top one everyday (as you can tell by the tarnish!) The bottom one cost too much to risk losing.

    Both switchblades, I have a thing for automatic knives. :)

    I have a couple of WWII bayonets too, but those are not what could be considered "carry" knives.
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