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    Here are the first five Commemorative War Ribbon scaled knives from Rough Rider. From left to right: Viet Nam War,
    The Iraq War (the second one), Afghanistan, Desert Storm, and The American Heroe Standing Guard 1776. These are just photos I copied from my ebay orders. I have all five in my possession now. I am waiting on a new display case for them now and will take better pictures when I have them displayed. Curious to see what other Military commemorative knives they come out with next.

    The American Hero came out first, followed by Vietnam, then Operation Desert Storm, then Afghanistan, then the Iraq War. The blades are etched with the campaign and helicoptors, Tanks and Humvees. The Vietnam and American Hero have increased after just a few months from the vendors on ebay as they have become fewer available. I gave the first Vietnam ribboned knife to a friend who was a door gunner on a Huey, and replaced it. If you know someone who served in one of these wars, these would make great gifts.
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    Super Nice Jake !! ^^^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonPT24/7 View Post
    Super Nice Jake !! ^^^^^^^
    I buy these on E-Bay for anywhere from $12.95 to $22.95 with free shipping on the buy it now rather than auctions. Really nice China made for the money.
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    I have been playing around with my latest knives.

    I have had some time to work with the Ganzo FH-11, FH-21 and the FH 41. They all have D2 blades, liner locks, and are very close to the same size.

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    Blades are all the same size, 3.5" long, and made from D2, meaning the edge will stay sharp once you sharpen it. It will be harder to sharpen, but will hold its edge much longer. The liner locks are all well executed and the blades cam e centered. When you look at them you will notice the FH-21 handle is slightly shorter than the other 2 knives. Folded it is much less menacing than the other 2, not that any of them should be considered large knives. It is just when I go on post (federal), where they have a strict knife policy, I take the FH-21 just because it looks smaller. All 3 knives feel good in the hand and are easy to open and manipulate. All 3 knives can be found for under $30, although you may need to look around to find the FH-41 for that price, it seems to be the most popular of the 3, probably because it is the newest of the 3. All three of these knives excel at Personal Defense, although I have used all 3 for utility. All 3 knives are exceptional slicers.

    BTW, all 3 use the same carry clip, but the FH-21 clip broke shortly after I received it. They will not take a lot of side force. It got caught on something as I walked by and snapped in two before I could stop.
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    I have also been playing around with dyeing scales and etching blades.

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    This is a Ruike Hussar that had green scales that I dyed blue and a Bestech Scimitar that had tan scales that I dyed red.

    These knives are a couple of my first attempts at etching. Their scales were both dyed blue.

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    Battle of Wanat: 10 years ago last 13 July, 1LT Brostram was killed in combat killing the last enemy combatant in the outpost. The LT went to the point of decision and made the difference that turned the tide of the battle. The original investigation found the Bde Cmdr, the Bn Cmdr and the Co Cmdr at fault for dereliction of duty. If you want to see what a sarcastic silver star citation reads like, pull up the company commander's silver star.

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    Nice ones GreenWolf70 ^^^^^^^ !!

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    I just ordered this one today, I've been wanting to get an ESEE knife. It has a 6.5" drop point 1095 carbon steel blade with a micarta handle.

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    That’s a nice knife ^^^^^^^ !!

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    Well everyone here are some pic's of the knives I came home with from Alaska.

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    WOW , those are all very nice ^^^^^^^ !!!

 

 
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