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    Default What's the most money you've spent on a blade?

    I spent $250 on a TOPS Tom Brown Tracker... I dunno that it was worth the $, but I did it.

    I know there are other blades out there that are uber-expensive when compared to the TOPS Tracker. I've often considered them, but can never bring myself to do it.

    So, how about you guys... (?)

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    I picked up the latest Turdley forum knife with sheath and it was about $350 I think. I don't know if I will ever go over that. That was pretty steep for me.
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    I got ripped off $385 for my Turley. But then I got one for free so it worked out. I suspect you'll get a lot of "Turley" answers in this thread.
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    About $170 on my tops black rhino.

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    $140 on my Spyderco Street Beat 1030121839.jpgAttachment 64752Attachment 64753
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    Fallkniven F1 blank, $109 plus shipping.
    Mosaic pins, $30 plus shipping.
    Custom leather sheath, $50.

    Making a custom scaled blade with my dad (possibly the last woodworking project we'll do together), Priceless.
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    $130 for my ZT 0350, and $125 for my Doug Ritter RSK-MK2/Becker BK12

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    $895 on a busse combat custom shop battle mistress
    Horrible waste if money I bought it on the secondary market and paid too much wife made me resell it to buy a crib and some stuff for my oldest child
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    I don't want to talk about it, but worth every penny.
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