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Mine is a CRKT very decent knife for the $.
[h=1]M21-14DSFG[/h]
 

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That one, with a black handle.

I will be back in a little while, but until then, look up William Henry Kinves.
So I looked up these knives, the detail on them is incredible, these are pretty awesome here. I guess that's why they are like
$500 and up

 

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Anodized Titanium, Damascus, Timascus, Carbon Fiber, rare woods..... I am in love.
So I looked up these knives, the detail on them is incredible, these are pretty awesome here. I guess that's why they are like
$500 and up

 

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I;m liking these randall made knives, they look like a ww1 era fighting knife but the the william henry ones are much better looking to me hah

 

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My father has a stag handled skinner from them. I will say this: it is the best knife I have ever held. Period. Nothing else even approaches the level of quality Randall puts out. They are meant to be used though, not looked at.
I;m liking these randall made knives, they look like a ww1 era fighting knife but the the william henry ones are much better looking to me hah

 

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I'll bring some life to this topic. These two knives are my favorite. Ones a daily workhorse and the other is my old combat knife, I'll let you choose which is which.




 

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I love the Gerber LMF II man, it's an amazing knife!

I'll bring some life to this topic. These two knives are my favorite. Ones a daily workhorse and the other is my old combat knife, I'll let you choose which is which.




 

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Gerber LMF II is very nice and would be a must have but i prefer no serrations

Kershaw Cryo is my EDC right now (awesome knife for under 30.00)
Like the spyderco economy series you get a lot of knife for the price i have all 4
Ontario Rat 1, 3 and 5 all very solid, and Rat 1 is one of the more unheralded folders i have.

combat/survival that is lashed to my go bag is a Ka-Bar BK7
 

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Gerber LMF II is very nice and would be a must have but i prefer no serrations

Kershaw Cryo is my EDC right now (awesome knife for under 30.00)
Like the spyderco economy series you get a lot of knife for the price i have all 4
Ontario Rat 1, 3 and 5 all very solid, and Rat 1 is one of the more unheralded folders i have.

combat/survival that is lashed to my go bag is a Ka-Bar BK7
yeah I prefer no serrations too, but I love that the LMF II can be fashioned into a makeshift spear easily, I currently have two KA-Bar 1211s, one black with serrations and one foliage green with a straight blade, I love it.

I bought the lansky system for sharpening, and it's fine
 

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I'm a huge fan of Randall's Adventure knives, I have multiple Izula and ESEE series knives. And that LMF II is virtually indestructible.
 

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I am a total kershaw fanboy. My EDC right now is the 1550 Blackout with no serration. My Christmas present to myself is going to be the Blur S30V.

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I am a total kershaw fanboy. My EDC right now is the 1550 Blackout with no serration. My Christmas present to myself is going to be the Blur S30V.

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I've had the blur for about a year now, and honestly it's not been carried past the first month i had it. I keep it handy around the house, and it's a heck of a knife, but the rough texture of the grips rips my shorts, jeans pockets to shreds.
 

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I have a few Swiss army knives but nothing serious
 

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I've had the blur for about a year now, and honestly it's not been carried past the first month i had it. I keep it handy around the house, and it's a heck of a knife, but the rough texture of the grips rips my shorts, jeans pockets to shreds.

Hmmm I never pictured that but I will look into it. I love the S30 steel.

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I'm a huge fan of Randall's Adventure knives, I have multiple Izula and ESEE series knives. And that LMF II is virtually indestructible.
yeah man, the LMF II is my next knife, I was going to get it a few years back, but I couldn't say no to the Ka-Bar hah
 

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yeah man, the LMF II is my next knife, I was going to get it a few years back, but I couldn't say no to the Ka-Bar hah
The LMF is feels good, just enough weight. I myself was never a big fan of serrations, but once I learned to sharpen them properly, I never buy a knife without them.
 

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I used to own a lot of knives...my dad is a big collector...or was.
 

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The LMF is feels good, just enough weight. I myself was never a big fan of serrations, but once I learned to sharpen them properly, I never buy a knife without them.
Yeah man, I got lucky and learned to sharpen serrations easily


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A friend of mine is a professional baldesmith, she travelled to the US a couple of years ago and obtained Journeyman status with the American Bladesmith Society. Her gallery has pics of previous blades she's sold. I can attest to the high quality of her fit and finish, having seen many of he blades in person. I own the Circuit Breaker blade too

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Does anyone have any experience with this blade: http://www.crkt.com/K700KXP
It was recommended to me today by the manager of a knife shop I happened to enter today. Apparently it's got some amazing steel in it and it has a fantastically functional blade profile.
 

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Does anyone have any experience with this blade: http://www.crkt.com/K700KXP
It was recommended to me today by the manager of a knife shop I happened to enter today. Apparently it's got some amazing steel in it and it has a fantastically functional blade profile.
I've heard a lot of nice things about that blade. Mainly praised is the blade geometry and the handle. I have heard a lot of great things about the steel, which is essentially a D2 tool steel (a great thing) that has added vandium that prevents rust.
 

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Good to hear! The blade is what intrigued me after talking with the manager of the knife story. When I was holding it, the handle actually felt kind of awkward - not nicely contoured like my friend's buck knife.

I've heard a lot of nice things about that blade. Mainly praised is the blade geometry and the handle. I have heard a lot of great things about the steel, which is essentially a D2 tool steel (a great thing) that has added vandium that prevents rust.
 

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Recently purchased this Gerber Prodigy:

 

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