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Old 01-02-2019, 11:37 PM
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[QUOTE=remnar That's a great set! Nice to see it all together after all these years.[/QUOTE]

Ditto the above, I've never seen that set before. Classy - thank you for the photo !

M92pv4u - folding hunters will get it done, one of the most EDC carried knives by people who work out of doors. Real work horses.
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Couple new to me for my collection




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A recent b-day gift.
The brass sure scratched up quickly carried in a pocket with coins for a day.
The paperwork said each blade is hardness tested evidenced by a small dot on the backside of the blade. Not my best indoor photo work.
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A. G. Russell Gent's Hunter in burgundy linen micarta


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Browning Model 720 fixed blade
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Very nice knives - thank you for the pictures of them.
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I looked for those two knives for close to twenty years. Hard to find and harder to find in concert with enough money to get them when they do show up. The Gents Hunter is my idea of a perfect knife for using on small game, as much bigger gets clumsy; it's 6-3/4 overall length. The little Browning was made by Hattori in Japan and is a bit larger, but it would suffice too.
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Old 08-23-2019, 12:49 PM
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I tumble/polish rocks and collect knives, so I added in my photography and came up with some photos of favorite knives of mine. I need to build a large frame to hold the rocks for larger knives and handguns.

Jimmy Fikes, these are his Cabin Boy models, rocks are locally collected Petrified Wood:




W.D. Pease "Swinger" with Mammoth Tooth, background is Obsidian:


Jody Muller knife, sole authorship, he made the Damascus and did the engraving. I used a mix but mostly polished Petrified Wood from Arizona:
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