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Offline tabdogTopic starter
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« on: July 21, 2009, 01:00:39 pm »
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Hi Folks,

Today I found a neat pocket knife. I think it is a hand
made knife. Maybe a one of a kind? So, I decided to
start a knife thread.

Believe it or not, I used to throw away old knives unless
they were nice and worked.

A little over a year ago, I decided that I love old knives
and started collecting them. I now have a small collection.

Here is the one I found today,


It is wider than most three blade knifes,


After I cleaned it up some, it did not look too bad. Some
light pitting.



Ther are no markings on the knife. I thought it had an "A"
on one blade. But on closer inspection, it looks like miss-hap.

You can see grinder markings on the blade. That would
seem to indicate a hand made knife,


Here is some cheepoes I found. But even tha cheep ones
can come in handy. I hunt with one, and do not care what
happens to it. I got more.


Now, these are more interesting.


Tha KBar is collectable. It would fetch $30 or so if I cleaned
it up.

There is an aluminum handle Case,,,,,, and a wood handle

Also an original Swiss Army Knife, and a Gerber.

Tha tiny one with a tortes shell handle just says made in USA.
But I like it a lot.

Before cleaning,


After cleaning,


Here is my oldies. I just love um. Two are really old.


This one I like so much, I carry it. It is a small Buck.


I found this one not long ago.


It is a John Primble knife.

Do you all got any?

Can I see um?

Thanks fer lOOkin,



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« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2009, 01:50:03 pm »
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Wow, now that is a collection of knives.  I like knives, I bought a $10 cheap Rambo knife at a pawn shop.  And shortly after, I purchased a $114 Bowie knife.  That Bowie knife is one hell of a knife, excuse my language. 

I haven't found a knife as of yet, but I sure would like to.  I've found a womens watch, but nothing else apart from that.


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