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Old 04-09-2013, 12:16 PM   #661
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you gonna sell that ZT? partially serrated?
doubtful, looking to trade it, have an offer that I am checking out this weekend.

If you are interested in trading, you could message me and I could put you as a follow up.

oh, and because this post needs more steel

this isn't exactly a knife...its a razor

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Old 04-09-2013, 12:25 PM   #662
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doubtful, looking to trade it, have an offer that I am checking out this weekend.

If you are interested in trading, you could message me and I could put you as a follow up.

oh, and because this post needs more steel

this isn't exactly a knife...its a razor

Hey Patrick, I don't use a straight razor but I do use cake soap and a badger hair brush that I got from my dad when he passed. Nice Items
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Old 04-09-2013, 12:33 PM   #663
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Hey Patrick, I don't use a straight razor but I do use cake soap and a badger hair brush that I got from my dad when he passed. Nice Items
thank ya, I love the soap and brush, that in itself made a huge difference (cleared up a lot of acne), I started with that and a safety razor and ended up with straight razors, here are a couple more





my kitchen knives, a set of shun designed by Bob Kramer



my favorite machete, thickest I have found, works great for chopping through small trees (2-3 inch in diameter, possibly a bit more)



and a small collection from when I was younger before I got into knives, I picked out all the ones that were of any decent quality, surprised I have as many as I did.

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Old 04-09-2013, 01:41 PM   #664
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that machete is cool!! bark river, right?
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Old 04-16-2013, 02:43 PM   #665
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that machete is cool!! bark river, right?
Nope, it is a copy by ontario of a military issue machete, but I think that the sheath is military issue, it goes well with my pistol belt lol


And I just got my sebenza back from having it engraved by CRK, check it out

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Old 04-16-2013, 02:57 PM   #666
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Looking for a little help. I have a Buck M9 Bayonet that I broke the tip on, how will this affect its value. Should I let a knife store grind and sharpen it to remove the broken area.
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:05 PM   #668
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Looking for a little help. I have a Buck M9 Bayonet that I broke the tip on, how will this affect its value. Should I let a knife store grind and sharpen it to remove the broken area.
Pic works. If it were mine,I wouldn't be thinking of value. I'd be grinding it back to a point. You could find a knife sharpener in your area and let him do it.
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:11 PM   #669
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Pic works. If it were mine,I wouldn't be thinking of value. I'd be grinding it back to a point. You could find a knife sharpener in your area and let him do it.
Thanks for the reply, I mentioned value cause all thing are eventually for sale. I was thinking the same thing about a knife guy, and I am not one , should I go standard tip or are there better options that he could grind into it
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:22 PM   #670
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Idk. I'd take it from backbone and bring it into the curve. Does that make sense?
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:27 PM   #671
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Idk. I'd take it from backbone and bring it into the curve. Does that make sense?
Not really but I am sure it would make sense to them. I was looking at all the diff blade types online and dont think they would work cause of the beef of the blade also the blade is supposed to pivot on that opening you can see to cut wire, if I recall correctly. I bought it a long time ago when I was alot younger.
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:29 PM   #672
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Ive been thinking about pulling the trigger on a nice benchmade for a good EDC but im not sure if thats a good use for them or not? right now i have a gerber and a kershaw, thats all ive got knife wise.
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:29 PM   #673
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I also went on the Buck web page and emailed them to ask about their "forever warranty" and explained that I snapped the tip and how they would fix it and if it would be covered or a billable to me. I figure it cant hurt to ask
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:42 PM   #674
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I also went on the Buck web page and emailed them to ask about their "forever warranty" and explained that I snapped the tip and how they would fix it and if it would be covered or a billable to me. I figure it cant hurt to ask
Doesn't hurt to ask. I broke one of my knives of Alaska,the Brown bear I believe,broke it in half beating it with my hatchet breaking an axis hip bone. Sent it in with insurance,a 200$ knife. They replaced it and sent me a cashier's check for shipping refund,now that's service.
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Ive been thinking about pulling the trigger on a nice benchmade for a good EDC but im not sure if thats a good use for them or not? right now i have a gerber and a kershaw, thats all ive got knife wise.
I'm a Case knife nut. Maybe check those?
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:47 PM   #676
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Not really but I am sure it would make sense to them. I was looking at all the diff blade types online and dont think they would work cause of the beef of the blade also the blade is supposed to pivot on that opening you can see to cut wire, if I recall correctly. I bought it a long time ago when I was alot younger.
I'd start with the back of blade at break and rebuild the curve.
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Doesn't hurt to ask. I broke one of my knives of Alaska,the Brown bear I believe,broke it in half beating it with my hatchet breaking an axis hip bone. Sent it in with insurance,a 200$ knife. They replaced it and sent me a cashier's check for shipping refund,now that's service.
Nice thats what I am hopeing for but wont be surprised if it is on me
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Just snapped this quick shot of only the knives here in my basket where I keep my keys, wallet and other stuff. I usually carry either one of these everyday. You can tell which ones gets carried the most tho
Yeah, i'm a big benchmade and zero tolerance fan. I have a few balisongs too, but i'm not great at flipping. I also have a ZT0303 and a new Benchmade 300SN ball axis flipper I keep in my rollaway at work, as well as a few CRKT/Kershaw knives I loan out to friends. There is no way I will loan out a benchmade or zero tolerance out to even my best buddy while in the shipyard.
I have lots of other knives, but the ones mentioned above and pictured below are the only ones worth mentioning. I'm not a collector. I use my knives

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sweet set there

my next knife is gonna be a ZT....


after I finish my MT


but those auto strykers are so fucking badass.
my dad and I have one each, got them from "someone" who was "given" a bunch.

when I'm at home I EDC the stryker, when I'm here I EDC the rift

since autos are frowned upon in this establishment
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