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    My knife preference is automatics with a blade between 3.5" - 4" or larger.

    The top 4 open knives from left to right are all Kershaw Launch models. The 5th one is a Smith & Wesson auto. (non white handles)

    Bottom row 4 are 2 SOG autos, a Benchmade, and a Tactical Survival flip knife - non auto but just as quick.

    One of the Kershaw knives or a SOG is clipped to my pocket 24/7. Draw and deployment is very fast with the autos. You California boys would be skeeeeroood with any one of these. Do not pass GO - Go directly to jail...do not collect $200 dollars.


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    Same knife layout as above except closed:


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    Very nice set of knifes ^^^^^ !!!

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    Went to the indoor range today and shot up a couple of hundred rounds of .357 & 9mm, but of course I had to shop for a few knives at the Pawn Shop. Here are 4 that they just couldn’t wait to get out of the store.

    Top left: Imperial Diamond Edge; Top right: Case Stockman 1976

    Middle: Fight’N Rooster, Frank Buster, Solingen Germany: “FIRE and BRIMSTONE 1992 1 of 800 #211

    All I have found out with a quick check this afternoon is there were 3 Fight’N Rooster stock knives from the 90's: Ramblin’ Rose 1990; Wild Card 1991, and Fire and Brimstone 1992. The knife appears to be very well made; stainless steel blades, brass liners; Nickel/Silver bolsters; Celluloid handle?; and stainless pins and shield. I paid $25 for it, but I have no idea what the real value might be.

    Bottom: This is a Muskrat with absolutely no markings anywhere. The only thing is the bolsters remind me of one of Mr. Frost’s products like maybe the Steel Warrior brand. It might be a knock off I don’t know, but you wouldn’t believe how well made it is and with that green dotted handle one of my grand daughters will love it.

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    A few of my knives

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    Nice set of knifes ^^^^^^ . Any of those Buck knifes ?

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    I was rummaging through a box of my old hunting stuff at my Mom's house and came across a few knives I'd had as a kid.
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    On the top row left, is a Mora small game knife. The middle one has no name or identifying marks but I believe that was just an el cheapo souvenir knife, prob'ly from one of our vacations out west. The top right one is a Queen Steel. The one at the bottom left says Ideal on the sheath but I believe Marbles made the Ideals. Its missing its bigger twin, unfortunately but that was a cool set and one of my favorites for small game. My Dad carried that when he was a kid and it may have even been handed down from my grandfather. The folder is a Pakistan and just stupid big, not to mention heavier than a dead preacher. I think I carried that one in my big tackle box for awhile but I don't recall ever using it for anything.
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    Wow those are a very nice set of knifes ^^^^^^^^^ !!

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    Here is what the mailman brought me yesterday.

    TONIFE Knives & Tools. Stainless steel blade, bolsters and liners. Olive Wood handle with brass pins. (Chinese)
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    Schrade OLD TIMER 19OT. Stainless steel blade and liners. Nickel/Silver bolsters, brass pins. Saw cut Delrin handles.
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    Love those Ganzo FH series D2 folders and picked up the FH-71 in brown. Love that Wharncliff blade.

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    Also picked up a couple of their axis lock 440C knives, a F710, a F7452-CF and a F750. I am going to need to dye that F750 to another color, just do not like Orange, maybe etch the blade too.

    I did an acid etching for an inducement for one of my former workers to get through his certification exam, so I do not have it now, or a picture.

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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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