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Here's a thread to discuss edged weapons...knives, bayonets, machetes, axes, throwing knives and hatchets...if it holds an edge, post it here !!

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I collect mostly folders...here are a few of my favorites:

BOKER AK74




MAGAZINE PRESENTATION BOX

 

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Columbia River Knife & Tool

CRKT M16 by Kit Carson





Dimensions

Open Overall Length 9.25 inches
Closed Length 5.375 inches
Weight 5.7 ounces
Blade Length 3.875 inches
Thickness 0.14 inches
Material AUS 8
Blade HRC58-59
Finish Titanium Nitride
Grind Hollow StyleTanto Edge Triple-Point Serrations
Handle Material Aluminum
Liner 420J2
Lock Type Locking Liner
Safety System Auto-LAWKS
Carry System 4 Position Clip



CRKT K.I.S.S. by Ed Halligan




Dimensions

Open Overall Length 5.75 inches
Closed Length 3.5 inches
Weight 2.3 ounces
Blade Length 2.25 inches
Thickness 0.12 inches
Material 420J2
Blade HRC51-53
Finish Bead-Blast Grind
Chisel-Point Style Tanto
Handle Material 420J2
Lock Type Integral Frame Lock
Carry System 1 Position Clip
 

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Smith & Wesson Folders

S&W Extreme OPs Urban Camo




S&W S.W.A.T. 1st Production Run




S&W S.W.A.T.

 

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Gerber

Gerber Paraframe I



Overall Length: 7.01"
Blade Length: 3.01"
Closed Length: 4.11"
Weight: 2.6 oz.
Lock Mechanism: Frame-lock
Blade Style: Clip Point
Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless
Blade Type: Serrated
Handle Material: Stainless Steel
Opening Style: One-handed opening
 

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Hen & Rooster Bowie

Hen & Rooster Bowie

Material: Solingen German Steel

Handle: Deer Stag

Length: 15 inch Blade

Place of Origin: Toledo, Spain



Conceived and hand-made in about 1845, the Hen & Rooster® brand had a modest beginning as the notion of Carl Bertram.
Mr. Bertram was a well known owner of a poultry business in Solingen, Germany where he began manufacturing his own line of cutlery.
Because of his association with the poultry industry in the surrounding communities, Bertram adopted the now famous Hen & Rooster® logo to mark his brand in about 1865.
 

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Awesome fixed blades rsfrid !!

Really like the one that looks like a railroad tie in pic# 3...
 

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Kukri

The kukri (alternatively spelled khukri or khukuri) is a curved Nepalese knife, similar to the machete, used as both a tool and a weapon. It is a traditional weapon for the Nepalese people, and also a weapon of choice/side arm for all Nepalese including those serving in different armies around the world...such as the Royal Gurkha Rifles.



The kukri is effective as both a chopping and a slashing weapon. In combat, it is used in two different styles: stabbing with the point, slashing or chopping with the edge. Because the blade bends towards the opponent, the user need not angle the wrist, which makes the kukri more comfortable as a stabbing weapon than other straight-bladed knives. Its heavy blade enables the user to inflict deep wounds and to cut through muscle and bone.
 

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This filet knife I made for friend of mine who had throat cancer. Sadly he passed away a couple of months ago. The blade was made from a saw mill band saw blade and the scales are heart pine from a 200 y/o house I remodeled down in Houston Tx. My friend was an avid flounder fisherman and wanted a long filet knife for those doormat sized fish.



This is my friend Danny with a really small one. 30 some odd years of smoking took him way to early.

 

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I don't have a photo handy but I carry a Kershaw Blur with S30V steel. It will hold an edge forever once you get a good one on it. It's the hardest knife to sharpen I ever had probably because it has the hardest steel of any knife I've ever had. But that's why it keeps it's edge. I finally learned how to sharpen it and it's nothing but smooth sailing since then.
 

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At least 2 of these are on me at all times, the Buck 110 and the Leatherman Freestyle. But they all end up in my pocket at one time or another

 

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I carry this one everyday!

 
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