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  1. Ripmyfly

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    Lets see your collections. Here are some of the ones I carry from time to time. Daniel had me add a couple of his as well!

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    Not shown are

    Wood handle Mora
    Ben Orford spoon knife
    Frosts crook knife x 2
    Couple of Opinels
    My other axe
    German Army pocket knife
     
  3. Survivalchick

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    I was actually going to take a picture of my knife with my cell phone and upload it to here! And then I thought how sad it'd look compared to Ripmyfly's and Kepis's collections!

    I have a Smith & Wesson Special Tactical in my purse, and yes I bought the black one because it goes with my Nine West purse ;)
     
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    Come on SC we wanna see your knife, to be honest with you only about 5 of those blades get any sort of regular use
     
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    knives...

    sniff...snifff...waaaaaaaa....
    after seeing all those blades, I'm gonna go to the store and stock up.
    Golly, an' I thunk having four blades wuz a LOT. (goes to show how I think)
    Nice Tactical, Chick- beats hell outta mine..sniff...hers even has kwik flip blade... tears rolling down cheek in thunderous abundance...
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    nice blades!
    how do you like the file necker,and the handle job on the bushman?
    at one time they both were very sharp.
    were you able to finish up the grinds?
    bg
     
  8. Ripmyfly

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    Yep BG they are very sharp. I carried the bushman on a trip a couple of weeks ago & like it. My son has claimed the neck knife & wears it daily.
     
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    now that you have used it do you think that the blade could be heavier,or the handle heavier???
    i couldnt tell.
    a friend said he took the handle and whittled up a "plug" of hardwood and it made all the difference in the world!
    he also used a wooden wedge like an axe head to secure it!
    i like the handle with the simple pig hide on it,as it slipped alot on wet hands before.
    bg
     
  10. Ripmyfly

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    Yeah the bushman has a funny feel in the weight dept. Not bad just funny. I will try the plug thing. I love the pig skin wrap. I would have sprayed it w/ line-x but this way is much nicer.
     
  11. Jason

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    Nice collections everyone! I will have to update my collection pics, got a few new ones recently.

    Rip, the bottom picture second and third from the left, what are they and what kind of wood does that third one have on the handle?
     
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    And here's my little contribution of fixed blades:

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    Top row (left to right):
    -Cold Steel SRK x2 (older made in USA version) (carbon)
    -KABAR (carbon)
    -Busse ASH-1 (INFI)
    -SOG SEAL (stainless)
    -Becker BK7 (carbon)
    -Stromeng 9" Leuku (carbon)

    Bottom row (left to right):
    -Fallkniven F1 x2 (laminated VG10)
    -Mora Clipper x3 (carbon)
    -Mora Craftsmen (carbon)
    -Daniel Koster bushcraft knife (3V)
     
  13. Ripmyfly

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    Koa, Awesome Collection!!! I am in love w/ that Stromeng. The second knife from left is a Benchmade Snody. It is D2 steel & my favorite field dresser. Not sure of the wood. The second was bought in a general store about 25 years ago near the Kentucky line. It is of the green river style & def homemade. The wood looks to be American Chestnut. This knife might be 50 or even 150 years old. Not sure. Blade is def carbon & slightly flimsy. I do carry it on occasion but I would hate to loose it.
     
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    Uhm, where is your Tom Brown Tracker?
     
  15. Jason

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    ROTFLMAO!

    Rip that Leuku is one of my favorites. It's very comfortable in the hand and is thin enough to do fine work and still be a chopper. It's not as good at chopping as the BK7 but that knife is too thick for bushcraft.
     
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    Starting from the right we have, mini KABAR, Chakmak and Karda, khukuri, Gerber folder, some unbranded pocket knife, and my unfinished file knife
     
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    VJ I am excited to see some "progress" pics on that file knife! No doubt it will be your favorite knife.
     
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    maybe so. It was fun making it. I just need to put a handle on this beast.
     
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    Some of my choppers


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    my bush-puukko

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    heavy leuku

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    Something modern, Leatherman e301 folder, I´m just not too big fan of serrations.

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    20+ years served Mora, now retired.

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    Some of my blades

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    CS 12" parang machete, my favorite machete.
     
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    Finnman, I laughed my ass off when I saw the shuriken!

    you should do like kepis did with the numbers and labels, I'd like to know what all your blades are.
     
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    shuriken....very useful bushcraft item :D
    Don´t really remember where I have got it..

    I could try to number and name my blades when have some more time.
     
  22. Sharp

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    Mind if I join? :D

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    I also had a few that aren't on there, and ones that are on there but shouldn't be on there. :D

    I lost my RTAK, FAST Draw, mini FAST Draw, and Benchmade Ascent. (some of my favorite users) :(

    I traded/sold away my Endura 4 Fully Serrated, Benchmade 970 (Emerson Collab), Microtech SOCOM Elite Part Serr. in S90V, DMDC, Kershaw Offset, Microtech Mini SOCOM Elite Auto in S60V (ahhh good memories of that sweet little bugger), and Leatherman SLV.

    Ones that should be on there but aren't are my two Greco's: Whisper and EDC Boot Knife, a Gerber Back Paxe, Vic Swisstool, Vic Cybertool 34.
     
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    Josh,
    I don't blame you, I don't really like serrations either, they're a real PITA to hone.
    I find them useful for trimming fingernails though:D
    PMZ
     
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    Good Lord! What a great collection...
     
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    Here's most of the ones I have at college (theres a couple more including a boot knife with two Kydex sheaths:
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    Also my kukri, which I just shipped out for some Kydex clothes:D:
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    And my stilettos (I sold the red pearlex handled one):
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    Ahh, the beauty of Knife Porn!
    LOL.
    PMZ
     
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    SC,

    Thanks!

    It is quite a good collection but most of the stuff has been heavily used. You can see the loss of coating on the LMF, the CSK has chopped through bamboo and nails (with some minor damage). My Grip is pretty much... well take a look:

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    Yea, not the best looking Grip. :D

    Here are a few high-ends that I just couldn't bring myself to use.

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    PMZ,

    Some nice knives!! SWEET KUHKRI!!!

    What are the knives on the bottom, 3rd and 4th from the left? That crazy razor looking one looks familiar.
     
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    Its such a shame the Boy Scouts dont like these kinds of knives!
     
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    partial collection

    I have posted this picture before of my partial collection. it was taken a few months ago.

    since then i have added numerous knives to include:
    custom puma folding hunter
    Rambo 4 knife
    5 roughrider brand pocket knives
    philippine bolo knife
    ww2 era Kabar
    SOG tool clip
    custom made tomahawk
    al mar sere folder
    custom made sheath knife
    buck swing blade folder
    boker 4 blade pen knife
    boker fighting knife
    2 V42 combat knives
    M1 garand bayonet
    small pen knife
    columbia river boot knife

    and probably a few others i have forgotten.

    tomahawk
     
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    Hey Sharp,
    The 3rd one from the right is a Lightfoot Mini-Pitbull I won in a GAC, the "batwing" with trapping curve is a prototype with Micarta scales gifted to me by Paul LeTourneau AKA PMLknives.
    PMZ
     
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    I know, I had trouble following knife rules as a Scout...:D
    PMZ
     
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    TH,
    You've got quite the collection:)
    Love your hunters and skinners--real old time quality in there.
    PMZ
     
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    no pics, but i can tell you...
    gerber folder larger one like viking josh's
    gerber camp hatchet/with knife in handle
    mora#2 re-handled
    army issue mora/carbon
    an old scharade folder fer tree rats....
    a 1965 marine machete cut to 12"...awesome.

    i did just buy a new kabar camp knife/carbon but a friend liked it so i gave it up.
    what a sucker.
    jamie
     
  33. Sharp

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    PMZ,

    I recognized the design of the Batwing. It's so sweet!! That lightfoot design looks like a pretty darn good bushcraft knife.

    Tomahawk,

    A very nice collection! I especially like that custom nessie under the Bushman.
     
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    knives

    Yup some are kind of nice but the custom ones get a little pricey. Ill get around to taking a picture of the entire collection someday.

    thanks,

    tomahawk
     
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    "I know, I had trouble following knife rules as a Scout...
    PMZ "
    I hear ya on that one PMZ. I had a hard time following all the rules in the Scouts too. I got kicked out for eating a Brownie :D
     
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    Here is some of the collection before I sold most of it off.

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  37. Keyser Söze

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    Finnman, nice rambo4 knife:D , i saw you have a nice axe head in one of your pics left upper corner, is that for sale?
    i have to gather my toys together and take a nice pic to complement this orgy:);)
     
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    LOL!
    Good one:D
    PMZ
     
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    That axe-head is traditional finnish "Bilnäs" head. It could be for sale, but I think shipping could be a bit pricey ;)

    That "Rambo4 knife" is not really Rambo knife at all. It´s finnish heavy working knife called "Hukari". 5-6mm thick, 500g weight carbon steel, rubber handle. Really good blade!
     
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    there, i did it,the pics

    i keep them together from now on and check regularly to see if they start mating and multiply by any chance:D:D
     
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    Be sure and post pics if they do. BTW what do you feed baby knives?
     
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    i feed all of them an a 4000 grit Deluxe King trade mark Japan waterstone ,they all love it when i slide them on the wet stone:D
     
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    Pervert:D .
     
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    Nice collection! I liked especially that japanese knife on last picture. I would just grind that awful handguard off. Is it damascus steel?
     
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    Nice collection gaga! Beautiful blades.
     
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    thanks guys !

    yes the big one is blue steel Damascus and the small one is R2 Damascus ,i kind of like the forged steel guard on it ,on the big one it has a medieval Japan look and feel to it when i use it i feel like a ronin-samurai-ninja :D ,the little one is one of a kind, really special piece of art.
     
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    Hello everyone, My name is Jeff (aka Bushpuukko) and I thought I'd introduce myself and post a few pics of my edged tools. Enjoy
     
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    Nice Scandis! I'm a big fan, too.
     
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    Nice selection of knives there, Bushpuukko. Also, welcome to the board!!
     

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