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I am looking for suggestions and recommendations from all of my Knife Collector friends. If someone were to want to open their own retail knife shop . . . what would you like to see . . . what would…Continue
Hi guys and gals,I am MAYBE going to be able to trade for one of these two Randall knives. The guy says they are at least 30 years old. I would appreciate any information you all might have on…Continue
I'm just going to throw this out for consideration. I am kind of wanting a Randall, but I am toy rich and cash poor. So if anyone would like a firearms or two for a Randall, send me a message…Continue
It's true, my Buck 120 just bit me and I bled all over. Of course, I was using it as a pry bar. A few years ago a Kershaw Leek stabbed me in my left hand and I met a very nice hand surgeon. I feel betrayed somehow when something I have an emotional bond with bites me. Am I crazy or do you other knife people ever feel the same way?
I was torn between just posting the picture or adding a description of what the picture was about, so I figured why miss an opportunity to wax poetic over pretty sharp things?
The new Buck 119 Brahma that was just announced at SHOT Show 2015 has been much anticipated among Buck fixed blade collectors and stacked leather blade aficionado’s. Comparisons to the classic Ka-Bar USMC are inevitable. This photo shows the Ka-Bar USMC on top, the Buck 119 Brahma in the middle, and a Buck 119…Continue
I admit I like Maxpedition gear, but sometimes I come across something that is worthy of sharing. Such is the case with my new Maxpedition 3” x 5” notebook cover (SKU:3302, MSRP $15.99). This is the perfect Maxpedition gear to carry a 3” x 5” notebook, or 3” x 5” recipe cards. I am finding this is increasingly important for those of us who suffer from Can’t Remember Stuff (CRS).
You can find many reviews of these on YouTube, this is just an introduction and it shows you how I set…Continue
A review of my new Glock – Knife!
By Data - with special credit to All Outdoor and MaskirovkiNET
I was a little surprised when I casually asked in the chat room here if anyone had ever tried a Glock knife. The general response was “Glock makes a knife?” I have always known about the Glock knives but had never been curious enough to try…Continue