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Old 11-09-2012, 03:24 PM   #1
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Default 10 Deadliest Combat Knives

How many have at least one of these or show your favorite.

http://www.smashinglists.com/10-deadliest-combat-knives-daggers/



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What no Kabar????



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What no Kabar????

Strange huh!
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What no Kabar????
The BW-ACK is kinda sorta a Kabar.
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Do replicas count?

An Hecho in China BC-41 fake I got at a show for a dolla. Second is a fake WWI Trench/Knuck knife. It isn't even the right blade shape, but a guy threw it in on a deal for an M1 carbine at a show. Got his nickle Colt D1ck Special, some cash and a carry bag and almost got his cane too. Cold right? Told him to use the M1 for a cane.





A couple of my AR-15 bayos and sheaths marked M-10. Fit right on my old Sp1 Colt AR. Couldn't find another beater I have.And the Ak bayo was buried to deep to find.



Top, a big ol' BUCK carried by the F in law when traveling in the RV along with a snub Taurus 85 .38 spl. I gave him. I have them both now. It appears to have some sorta blood groove on both sides.
Second is a SOG that the F in law never used. Has sheath.
Third is some kinda fixed blad Shrade, has sheath, mevere used.
Fourth is an Imperial skinner he always carried at work in sheath.



Top is a BIG Solingen Bowie found by my little bro in an apartment he moved into in college. Sold it to me when he got in a pinch.
Second is another Solingen kinfe, similar to the K-Bar. It was the F in laws companion knife while deer hunting. Given to my son by F in law.
Third is the K-Bar missing from the fighting knife group. This one was carried by my dad every time he went deer hunting and sometimes in his patrol car. Not very big, but similar to the Solingen blade the F in law used. Leather grips on both. Abuelo gave it to his grandson.
All have respective sheaths.

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Well, some of those in my previous post might qualify as fighting knives. Some are just hunter/skinners.

I usually have the blade in lwoer pic stuck inside a sheath, sowed into my boot when in the field. Dang thing is razor sharp and holds an edge. Handle is wraped with electrical tape. Looks like a throwing knife, but has a blood groove on both sides and only one side has an edge. About the same length as my AR bayos. Blade is marked Solingen steel. Got it for a buck at a gunshow.

And the 2 little ones below it go clipped in each jean' pocket. The Gerber skeletonized in the left and the dark Gerber Applegate Mini Tac in the watch pocket of my jeans. Both are 4" and 3.5" IIRC. Lockblades. Always have them or a less tacticool looking one if in dress stuff. Not really combat knives either, but will serve in a pinch.



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Pancho_Villa. That buck is either a 119 or a 120. The difference between the two is the size, 1 inch in blade length. I cant remember what one is longer, but I have both. Here is a pic of the longer one.

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How about and old K-Bar tested for many years and a few wars. Long before this top ten ever thought about becomming reality

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Here's my Buck Master that was a birthday present from my wife.

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Pancho_Villa. That buck is either a 119 or a 120. The difference between the two is the size, 1 inch in blade length. I cant remember what one is longer, but I have both. Here is a pic of the longer one.

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I had never checked it till now.. Measured it as you did. It is the same length @ 7.5" to the guard.


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