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The Modern Survivalist

Survival and Bushcraft go hand in hand with knives! This group is about anything survival/bushcraft! Show us your videos...what's in your Altoids survival kit? What kind of paracord wrap do you prefer for your neck knife? That kind of stuff...See More
Nov 9
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"Esee 6 vs Esee 6HM (steveknife)"
Aug 22
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"lessons from the great depression Great article with some no nonsense, common sense suggestions"
Aug 15
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"6 Gifted Preppers Sitting at The Round Table and the Subject? When is this event: Friday 7/28/2017 at 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 6:00pm/Pt"
Jul 24
Syd Carr replied to William Cutting's discussion Do you carry more than one knife for EDC? in the group EDC Club
"As I stated earlier on this thread, my EDC changes on a daily basis, (depending on how many pockets I have). I always have a belt sheath on each hip, and when I wear pants with cargo pockets I may have as many as 5 knives on me. Today was a three…"
Dec 20, 2016
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"Well you have not changed much Michael and the knife is sweet!  Finally holding one again?  Priceless!"
Dec 12, 2016
Michael E. Roper commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"My survival knife of choice is perhaps a bit odd. When I was serving in the U.S. Army in 1969 in Vietnam, I had my brother send me a family heirloom. Our Uncle Raymond sent a lot of souvenirs home from Europe during WW2. One of the items was a RAD…"
Dec 12, 2016
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"If teenagers today need to locate something on Google Maps, no problem. If they need to locate something using a traditional map, they’re probably screwed. Skills such as being able to read a map or start a fire were once considered essential…"
Dec 1, 2016
Charles Sample commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"Stupid is as stupid does!  How do we get so much stupid in our government?"
Nov 27, 2016
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"And yet another example of stupid!  A man goes to jail for a wind turbine on his own property http://www.fox9.com/news/29437001-story"
Nov 27, 2016
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"BUSHCRAFT AND SURVIVAL SKILLS WEEKEND WITH DAVE CANTERBURY AT SMOKY MOUNTAIN KNIFE WORKS"
Oct 19, 2016
Leo Lantz replied to William Cutting's discussion Do you carry more than one knife for EDC? in the group EDC Club
"Jeremy, I wrote my EDC favourites below before noticing we share the same opinion for the Benchmade 585 Mini Barrage,what are great blade,no?!"
Oct 8, 2016
Leo Lantz replied to William Cutting's discussion Do you carry more than one knife for EDC? in the group EDC Club
"I typically carry a locking folder( except for work where 'sheeple' mentality prevails thus necessitating the switch to my Spyderco Urban); a traditional slip joint and a multi tool. Additionally I add a lighter,flashlight,pen and…"
Oct 8, 2016
Charles Sample commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"Jan, that is just another example of how our government wants absolute and complete control over us.  We are rapidly becoming a dictatorship in this country.  Not a one person dictatorship, but a dictatorship none the less."
Aug 31, 2016
Jan Carter commented on William Cutting's group The Modern Survivalist
"If you get a chance READ this article.  It is amazing!LOUISIANA OFFICIALS DEMAND THAT SELF-RELIANT LOCALS STOP SURVIVING THE FLOOD WITHOUT PERMISSION"
Aug 31, 2016
Jeremy B. Buchanan replied to William Cutting's discussion Do you carry more than one knife for EDC? in the group EDC Club
"For a while I used to rotate my EDC knives. Now that I have discovered my favorites, I carry the same two everyday (or almost everyday). My Benchmade 585 Mini Barrage and my Leatherman Skeletool CX. Between the two of them, there are very few tasks…"
Aug 22, 2016

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"Get off my knife." Charles Lee Ray A.K.A Chucky from Bride of Chucky.
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
I like tactical and small survival knives like the RAT Izula. I have just started collecting larger survival knives. It's weird because as my knife collection grows so do the blade sizes. I used to not like large folders and preferred 3" or smaller blades, but now I cannot stand my knife to have smaller than a 4" blade. I quickly realized that I could accomplish more tasks with the larger blades. I don't have a favorite knife company but enjoy a knife that gives you high performance and is affordable. Here are a few companies that I like. SOG, KA-BAR, Spyderco, ColdSteel and Kershaw.
Website
http://www.youtube.com/williamcutting08
About Me
Hey I'm Lee and I am an avid knife enthusiast and I currently review knives on youtube. I also have a kick ass fiance, Lynsie who shares all of my interests with me.
Interests
I like to watch movies and listen to music. Here are some of my favorite movies, The Man With No Name series and Lonesome Dove series. I also like horror movies i.e. Halloween 2007, Childs Play and of course all of George A. Romero's zombie movies, Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo Neon Genesis Evangelion Drunken Master, Fist of Legend, Let Li's Fearless and Unleashed.
As for music: Slipknot and Deadsy are my two favorite bands. I also like Blue October,System Of A Down MCR, The Used, Panic at the Disco! and 80's pop music.
Other Hobbies
I'm also interested in primitive survival skills and try to incorporate those survival skills when I go camping. You could say that if I had the choice and the freedom I would want to be a "Moutain Man"; like Robert Redford in the movie Jeremiah Johnson. I also enjoy rock climbing, mountain biking and spelunking. I am also a very lucky guy in that my beautiful fiance does all these things with me and shares all of my interests with me. I also make custom leather sheaths for some of my knives and I like making stuff out of paracord.

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How much is 'TOO" much?

Posted on September 13, 2009 at 2:41 3 Comments

Hey everyone, hope all is well. My birthday is just around the corner and I have been itching to buy a new knife. Only this time around I am interested in buying a semi-custom folder. Right now I cannot make my mind up on which knife I would want to buy, a Strider SMF or a CRK Sebenza. Both knives have an outstanding track record an will cost me a lot of money (Almost $500, depending on which one I decide to get). I asked my best friend Eric who is the co-owner of my local knife shop,… Continue

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At 21:17 on September 14, 2010, D ale said…
Lee .. thanks for starting this discussion .. http://www.iknifecollector.com/group/tacticalcollectorsclub/forum/topics/locking-mechanism?xg_source=activity
.. tis kinda a special interest of mine !!!!
At 22:15 on February 12, 2010, Warren L. Strout said…
Hi William, I enjoyed some of your You-Tube vids. Let's be friends.See you by the camp fire. Sincerely, "Lonewolf"
At 9:09 on June 29, 2009,
In Memoriam
Scott King
said…
Hey Lee
Hope all is well and you are having a great summer
At 15:03 on June 1, 2009,
KnifeMaker
Nick Arsenault
said…
hay, started a Cold Steel group and i was wondering if youd like to join, i also have a kabar club started... heres a link to the cold steel page http://www.iknifecollector.com/group/coldsteelclub
and a link for the kabar club http://www.iknifecollector.com/group/kabarclub
hope to see you there
At 9:50 on May 9, 2009, Anthony (ChanceToFade) said…
Hey William, I was watching your video on modding Spyderco knives with the ZipTie Wave method. I don't know if that's your original idea, but since I saw it from you, AWESOME job! I just hooked it up to my Tenacious, and let me tell you, I had no idea it would work that great. I chose black to match the G10. Nice job!
At 23:14 on May 7, 2009, kenneth noob said…
hey no prob. that's what we doooo
At 22:18 on May 7, 2009, Wilma Slicer (Lynsie) said…
wow, jeff commented back to you! thats cool!
At 12:09 on May 6, 2009, kenneth noob said…
yeah, hi william :)
i just joined ikc last night.
my wallet still hates you btw :P
At 14:48 on May 5, 2009, icychap said…
williamcutting08 I presume. Thanks for the welcome, bro.

"I have not yet begun to defile myself."
At 22:01 on May 4, 2009, Wilma Slicer (Lynsie) said…
isn't it crazy that a little over a year ago, neither one of us even HAD a knife! now we have like 50!
 
 
 

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