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A good deal or a flea market bust

Started this discussion. Last reply by Smiling-Knife Jun 1, 2012. 7 Replies

I acquired a mother of pearl rostfrei knife at my local flea market for $20.00.  It is 3 inches long closed. it has a 2 inch blade,   a 1 1/2  inch blade and a 1 1/2 inch nail file. It has mother of…Continue

EDC's versus knife collection.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig Henry Feb 1, 2013. 15 Replies

I am retired and don't need a knive for any job related reasons.  I bought my first knive to help with  around the house chores.  I now have over 80  (Case, Buck, Kershaw, SOG, Schrade, Rough Rider)…Continue

Best folder for your key ring

Started this discussion. Last reply by 3vks1wqj3luwp Jan 7, 2015. 29 Replies

I currently have a small spyderco attached to my key ring.  It is a fine little knife but it tends to open from time to time and bite my clumsy  fingers.  Any thoughts on the best knife to put on the…Continue

Knife lubricant

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Cooper Nov 27, 2012. 22 Replies

Do you use a knife lubricant for your folders and auto assist knives.  If yes, what lubricant do you recommend?Continue

 

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Steve Scheuerman (Manx) left a comment for Jay Sack
Sep 12, 2015

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Charles Sample replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"Six cheers for those Doug! (Three for each!)  Those are really nice!"
Aug 28, 2015
Doug Webber replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"I've been reading all the posts in this thread, and I guess I'm lucky I started  and have stayed with Schrade knives. Schrade went bankrupt in 2004, 11 years ago, so arguably all their knives have some collectibility...no more will…"
Aug 28, 2015

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Charles Sample replied to Jay Sack's discussion Best folder for your key ring
"Steve, Data is right.  I cut paper regularly with my Micra scissors.  They cut paper very well."
Jan 7, 2015
Brad T. replied to Jay Sack's discussion Best folder for your key ring
"Stainless Al Mar Osprey"
Jan 7, 2015
Ms Data replied to Jay Sack's discussion Best folder for your key ring
"No, not Micra, the PS4 has both scissors and pliers, the micra only has scissors.  Steve, the Leatherman scissors are very strong."
Jan 6, 2015

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Charles Sample replied to Jay Sack's discussion Best folder for your key ring
"I EDC a Leatherman Micra.  Although I don't put it on my key ring, it would be good for that type of carry.  You don't have to worry about it opening before you want it open.  Also the scissors will cut even thin paper.…"
Jan 6, 2015

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Jeremy B. Buchanan replied to Jay Sack's discussion Best folder for your key ring
"Very good suggestions here. I already have too much on my key ring so I decided to go with a very small one. Including the key ring I carry for work, I also have my car keys, with a few others on a ring. I recently added a small flashlight and this…"
Jan 6, 2015
Ms Data replied to Jay Sack's discussion Best folder for your key ring
"I like the Leatherman PS4 myself."
Jan 5, 2015
Steve Scheuerman (Manx) left a comment for Jay Sack
Sep 12, 2014

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Robert Burris replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"Dave I'd love to them. Do you have a picture?"
May 22, 2014

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Robert Burris replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"Dave, I to have mint knives in my collection and I will never put them to use. I am just saying, the clean knives have their place and the good condition user vintage knives do to. I think, now days the old saying, if a knife has been used it's…"
May 21, 2014
Tobias Gibson replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"A old knife that was never used may have more value among true collectors but it can also be a sign that the knife was not appreciated for its true purpose in life.  If the blade was a ceremonial dagger or sword then I would hope to see it near…"
May 21, 2014

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Robert Burris replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"Yes I love a patina on an old knife. I don't collect Military Fighting Knives but if I did, I'd want my old Kabar to show how it severed our country during the conflict. History of those old Hobos that severed during the Wars must really…"
May 21, 2014
peter force replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"100% ROBERT!!.. REALLY CLEAN AND SHINY VINTAGE SCARES ME AWAYmost times... i LOVE HISTO)RY i guess you could say..or "my knife to have a life"  so looks like i agree...LOL!..thats not to say you cant find a nice piece of cleran…"
May 21, 2014
perry coleman replied to Jay Sack's discussion Do you collect folding knives by pattern, series or brandname????
"Yes, in that case you certainly don't want to clean off all that history."
May 21, 2014

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User/Collector
How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
No
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
No
How long have you collected knives?
1-2 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
muskrat, lockback, trapper, assist open
About Me
Relatvely new to knife collceting. However, it is becoming my passion in my retirement years
Interests
christianity, knives, billiards

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At 18:51 on September 12, 2015, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

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At 2:23 on September 12, 2013, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

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At 21:37 on September 11, 2012, Jan Carter said…

At 13:38 on July 18, 2012, Steve Pfeiffer said…

Hi Jay thanks for your  interest in my book. I have copies for sale, Amazon has it, and Knife World sells it.  Some bookstores might stock it but bookstores are few and far between these days.

At 14:57 on February 15, 2012, Tobias Gibson said…

Jay, got your message to the Rough Rider Group about the RR235, mini-trapper.   Your complaint was a common one about  some of the early Rough Riders.  I've got the  3.25 inch  RR419 Black Pearl  Sleeveboard whittler and it also has nail breaker blades, especially the main blade.  I don't have an answer for you.  My whittler has been opened and closed a couple hundred time and the spring is still a s strong as can be.     What I can tell you is that not every Rough Rider suffers from this problem.  Toby

At 20:12 on January 16, 2012, Jan Carter said…

 
 
 

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