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Old January 28th, 2017, 12:30 PM   #16
 
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But it's got this sparkly little label on the bottom that says it is. lol. Purty nice knike though, it's put together with 20 screws (no glue). Obviously this could mean the U.S.Army could be getting ready to import genuine slave labor troops to save money. lmao
A sparkly label? Why didn't you say so? It's obviously legit! Twenty screws...that probably means it's intended for Detachment Delta and other such high speed/ low drag Tier 1 operators. Did you have to get a special permit for that thing? Keep it locked up as we can't have the Spetnaz getting ahold of a weapon like that.



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I thought my knives were old school...but you win hands down! Those are awesome. Who made them and where? I wouldn't hesitate to skin a deer with those, except that they're too beautiful. Thanks for sharing them with us.
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I thought my knives were old school...but you win hands down! Those are awesome. Who made them and where? I wouldn't hesitate to skin a deer with those, except that they're too beautiful. Thanks for sharing them with us.
Thanks. I bought them many years ago at a flea market outside of Santa Fe, NM from the Native American Flintknapper that made them. Unfortunately I don't remember his name.

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I like that modified wharncliff pattern blade. Any limited edition Emerson knife is a fine piece. Very cool indeed.
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Everyone probably has something "weird" in their knife collection. In my case those are some old American made folders. Two belonged to my father. I have his boyhood Hoppalong Cassidy hero knife, and the Colonial Fish Knife he kept in his fresh-water tackle box. The other is an Ideal Camper, an old school take on the multi-tool concept. What interesting things lurk in the bottom of your knife drawer?
Mostly I have a collection of Victorinox swiss army knives. I have 3 utility knives. But I have a one of a kind skinner my brother in law and mentor had made for me in Sinop Turkey a number of years ago. I will try to find it and take a picture to include. It is around here somewhere.
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A sparkly label? Why didn't you say so? It's obviously legit! Twenty screws...that probably means it's intended for Detachment Delta and other such high speed/ low drag Tier 1 operators. Did you have to get a special permit for that thing? Keep it locked up as we can't have the Spetnaz getting ahold of a weapon like that.
Yeap... those the guys who own the little black helicopters that hover over your house. Best get your tin foil hat on or they will see you.
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Old January 28th, 2017, 07:40 PM   #24
 
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Yeap... those the guys who own the little black helicopters that hover over your house. Best get your tin foil hat on or they will see you.
Funny you should say that! Actually the guys in the helicopters above my house are Ranger trainees. I live on top of a ridge in Dawson County. The Army Ranger mountaineering school is in Dahlonega just north of me. When they practice low level night insertions I pray they clear my chimney! The house starts vibrating before you hear anything, then the Blackhawks zip over skimming the trees. I don't think a tin foil hat will help with the guys from Camp Frank D. Merrill...
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Funny you should say that! Actually the guys in the helicopters above my house are Ranger trainees. I live on top of a ridge in Dawson County. The Army Ranger mountaineering school is in Dahlonega just north of me. When they practice low level night insertions I pray they clear my chimney! The house starts vibrating before you hear anything, then the Blackhawks zip over skimming the trees. I don't think a tin foil hat will help with the guys from Camp Frank D. Merrill...
Purty cool stuff... I was a helicopter crew chief in the Army so know what your talking about (noise and vibration). Bet the Army Rangers have some unusual knifes to play with. Still have my Army knife from back in the day but it is a work knife not a fighting knife.
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Is that knife made from a rod? Nice!!!
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Don't know if it unusual, but here's what I have. Olsen 4800 5"
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That one looks like a re-purposed piece of rebar. That is too cool!

Actually, all these knives look sweet.
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That one looks like a re-purposed piece of rebar. That is too cool!

Actually, all these knives look sweet.
Sparkplug's Zombie Lopper is super cool! He makes nice stuff. I agree that all the knives shown have been very interesting. Thanks to all for getting out your "odd" blade and sharing it with us.
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