Thread: Knives, bayonets, multi tools, daggers and other pointy implements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLiS View Post
    Some new additions:

    One is about 70 years old.
    You sure you dont want to adopt me?

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    Ohhhh ahhhh. Now i gots ta clean my bvds. Thanks Hollis.

    Great review Walker, and that chart is also a gem. I have been seeing on teh webz, that the best ways to sharpen the ZDP blades seem to be with a belt sander or diamond stones. Are you the same Walker as the one on BF or spyderforums?

    Hammer27, nice score on that SOG tigershark. I was "forced" to pick one up because they discontinued them, on top of moving the production of alot of their knives to taiwan and china. SOG blades from Seki are going to become less and less. *cries like a baby*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry's Fork View Post

    Great review Walker, and that chart is also a gem. I have been seeing on teh webz, that the best ways to sharpen the ZDP blades seem to be with a belt sander or diamond stones. Are you the same Walker as the one on BF or spyderforums?
    I am not on Spyderforums! That's some other 'Walker'. I think it's Bladeforums where I am registered with the exact same name as here, but I haven't really written there much. They might also have other 'Walkers' there.

    Yeah, it makes sense that diamonds would work with ZDP-189.

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    My blades so far.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry's Fork View Post
    Hammer27, nice score on that SOG tigershark. I was "forced" to pick one up because they discontinued them, on top of moving the production of alot of their knives to taiwan and china. SOG blades from Seki are going to become less and less. *cries like a baby*
    Thanks. I always wanted one of the originals and once they converted to the "2.0" with the ridiculous rasps, guard, and just general ugliness I couldn't handle it... so I broke down and finally bought one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walker-69 View Post
    I am not on Spyderforums! That's some other 'Walker'. I think it's Bladeforums where I am registered with the exact same name as here, but I haven't really written there much. They might also have other 'Walkers' there.

    Yeah, it makes sense that diamonds would work with ZDP-189.
    My bad Walker, i think i even asked you once before. D'oh.

    @Hammer, yea that new tigershark, not feeling it either. You really scored, got a tiger without the annoying serrations, i love my spidies with serrations, just not on me fixed blades. arrrggh

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    Aloha ALL,

    NICE knives!!!

    Here is one of my latest.

    I got mine today from a guy in the UK who did a review on this Boker Plus/CLB Design Karambit, so a HUGE Mahalo Much to stephen63!!!




    Some pics of the Chadrambit...:rolleyes:
    Size comp opened:



    Size Comp Closed:



    Steel lined G10 side:



    Framelock engaged:





    Lockside, closed:






    Lockside Opened:





    For those who were wondering how it spun, here's my first attempt. Sorry, kinda cr*ppy because I was holding the camera in my left hand. Yeah, yeah...that's my excuse and I am sticking to it! LOL!!!




    More later all...I feel like cr*p right now...Ugh.
    God bless and mahalo MUCH all!
    Thanks again sir stephen63!!!

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    @Hunting Hawk, are they custom Randall's?

    @CLB, nice C-bit, bet that puppy makes a hell of a cut.. That little hawkbill is calling to me...must run away.

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    Nifty Boker.

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    Henry's Fork, The Model 18 was a custom I got in 1985. The Smithsonian I bought at Randal in Orlando in 1992 & had a friend carve the moose antler & then installed it. Smithsonian was purchased with a leather washer handle.
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    Default The Chadrambit

    Yo Chad, that Karambit design looks like serious business. Your designs seem quite varied and innovative, they don't stick to just one theme.

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    Can we post pics of batons here or should I make a new thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durandal View Post
    Just got one of these for my birthday from a shooting buddy:



    Becker BK7 Tactical Utility Fixed Blade

    3/8" thick steel at the tang.

    Runs around 40 to 60.00 US.
    Ill second the Becker Knives, awesome survival knife. I have the BK-2, carbon steel ease to sharper keeps an edge better than stainless, quarter inch thick full tang. This thing is built like a tank.

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    I have just quired this bayonet and I'm told it was a German K98 WW2 issue. Can anyone confirm?






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