I recently moved and have been trying to get all my crap organized again and I'm kind grappling with how much stuff I have. When I first moved to town in '93 everything I owned fit in my old van. But the last time I moved it took a 20' U-haul, a Jeep and my car! Obviously a person accumulates stuff over the years and that can be good. But at the same time I really seem to have too much stuff. Too much to move, too much to know what I have, too much to ever use! Knives are no exception. I've always been into knives, guns, flashlights- guy toys! So was my dad. When he passed away six or seven summers ago I wound up with most of his knives since the rest of the family isn't much into them. He had some nice stuff! But now with his and mine I have just an incredible amount of knives. Dad had Busses but he also had Wahoo Killers! He just loved knives. Cheap knives, expensive knives. Chinese, Japanese, American, he liked them all. I have been mulling over culling some of the herd, but I feel some trepidation. Part of it is simply that I like to collect and don't want to have seller's remorse. But honestly, I have Bark Rivers that have never even cut paper! At some point I really need to whittle down the collection to stuff I use, stuff that has sentimental value and stuff that has collector's value. So out of idle curiosity I put the question to the forum: How many knives do you have? Not counting flatware or kitchen cutlery, just outdoors-type blades.