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    I like that Spyderco Native. What's the difference between it and the Native III? I notice the III is slightly heavier/bigger and uses a different metal?

    Thanks.

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    major differences in the Native and Native III look to be in the handle design, clip (the III has a wire clip), and blade steel, the III uses vg-10 rather than the s30v the native uses. I really like the ergos and light weight of the native. Makes for a very good edc knife.
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    Here's a few. Some stay, but many are ever changing.
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    Here is my Cold Steel Military Classic that is either on me or right handy with my ol trusty Springer. I think they fit each other like peanut butter and jelly.





    Also my Benchmade which is ALWAYS with me and my 66-2 3" in the warmer months.

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    Lots of nice knives on here. I saw a knife made by SOG at the last gun show I went to and have been kicking myself everyday since for not buying it. It was $45 at the show and online it's $89.
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    Here's most of mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Here's most of mine.

    what's #5, with the paracord wrap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwarrior72 View Post
    what's #5, with the paracord wrap?
    That is a Goldsworthy Spike


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    I have a few knives



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    Let's See Your Knife Collection

    I did a search and was surprised I couldn't find a thread like this already started. (unless it's really old)

    I started digging and rooting around the other day and came up with these. I didn't start out to collect them and hadn't realize how many I had accumulated over the years. I have just been picking them up here and there. There are a few more, I just haven't found them all yet. Each one that I can identify is labeled in the pic by my limited knowledge, if you can open it with a viewer and zoom in on it.

    Show us your collection as well.

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    Yep, that was an OLD thread! Thanks for the merge, too bad most of the pics are now missing. Guess that means you all have to re-post them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsterguy View Post
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