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I have the Navy version made by Camillus .
I made these for my buddy's daughter HS graduation; they are Finnish and this is a Puukko
This is the first one I ever made, copy of the Al Mar Warrior
swung by the Cold Steel parking lot sale today and picked up a few things Lynn C Thompson can slice stuff up watermelon
i handed him my Cold Steel Espada XL and he graciously sliced up some tatami mat with it....i was honored and fearful at the same time... watermelon
from Lynn’s personal collection watermelon
a 2021 pickup. Cold Steel Trail Master. watermelon
Can anyone identify this? My father was an MP in WW2 and confiscated this stiletto as counterban in a bar fight. It has no markings but resemble a pool cue, but when you push a brass button in the handle the knife is revealed.
Here's 3 of my favorites: -Gerber BMF that I bought the first year of production in 1986. I have carried this knife with me for literally thousands of miles. It was stolen and retrieved in the '90's but had a belt grinder taken to it. Sent it back to Gerber and they restored the blade @ N/C. ESEE 5 My current EDC pack carry, goes everywhere possible with me. The knife my Grandpa carried in the South Pacific during World War 2. A PAL RH36. I had a reproduction sheath made for it when the original fell apart after 75 years.
One more: Gerber LMF 2 that has had the opportunity to vacation in Iraq and Afghanistan.
My real switchblade. (10in long) I bought it in a alleyway when I was vacationing in Rome, they are illegal there. I somehow managed to get it back in checked luggage without TSA or Customs noticing it. It's a very high quality piece.
No one has a Buckmaster?
My old wedding band was "makume" - a titanium band with folded yellow and white gold in the center, similar to this: I miss that band. Don't miss her...but I do miss the ring. I don't carry much in the way of knives, but I did have a customer one time who bought a Harley from me, give me a Benchmade because he was so happy with the bike I sold him. I carry that once in a while, but generally my Hellcat is more than enough for daily use
Picked up a nice David Yellow Horse knife
I gotta get some work done to my Western H40. I ran the tip through my fingers when I was 6 and shoved it in the sheeth the wrong way.
dropped by Cold Steel Ventura spot just to check....yep....they’ve gone to Tejas i did get one last cool souvenir watermelon