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    BEDBB91E-F727-42F3-B280-DFD4AAD61C1C.jpgThe Buck 112 auto is the most carried. I recently purchased it.

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    A few Case "jack knives".


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    I have several pocket knives but this Buck 501 is the one I carry the most. I bought this at the PX at Patch Barracks in Germany in 1977. Continues to be a nice knife for me!
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    My wife says I have a SICKNESS when it comes to knifes . They can be folding or fixed . They can be broken or new . They can be made in USA , GERMANY , and yes some from China . They all find a way home with me . I go to garage sales , estate sales , gun shows and PEOPLE GIVE SOME . My favorite line I use when barganing on one is " Will you take (x amount ) and I hope you say NO , because I really do not need another knife " . Most of the time they laugh and say ok sold . My HOLY GRAIL knife I want to find is a RANDAL MADE KNIFE . MAN , MY WIFE IS CORRECT , I do have a sickness
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk Eye Tom View Post
    My wife says I have a SICKNESS when it comes to knifes . They can be folding or fixed . They can be broken or new . They can be made in USA , GERMANY , and yes some from China . They all find a way home with me . I go to garage sales , estate sales , gun shows and PEOPLE GIVE SOME . My favorite line I use when barganing on one is " Will you take (x amount ) and I hope you say NO , because I really do not need another knife " . Most of the time they laugh and say ok sold . My HOLY GRAIL knife I want to find is a RANDAL MADE KNIFE . MAN , MY WIFE IS CORRECT , I do have a sickness
    Its contagious, I have it too.
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    For the knife encyclopedia as to defining knife styles or blades designs, try this site: https://agrussell.com/


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    Pocket knives, oh yeah, I’m in.

    Everyday carry first. Micarta handled boot knife, off brand but strong and flat and works as a Yawara stick. Great back pocket knife. For more sociable occasions the German Mercator Cat knife with oak, smoothed and carved.

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    Whittlers: These are my main go to knives for whittling. Sometimes I think I took up whittling just to have a reason to buy knives. Case, Schrade, Hen & Rooster, Camillus, Post Sheffield IXLs and some off brands.

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    Very small knives: Somehow these just seemed to pile up. Serve no purpose but to look neat.

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    Small backup whittlers: Queen, Case in the middle, Camillus upper left, real and fake MOP lower left, some sort of antler, smooth and jig bone right. Click to enlarge.

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    Camp Knives: We all had them. Imperial Kamp King lower left, Girl Scout top, ball point pen knife right center. Russian upper left and some others.

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    To be continued.

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    Part 2

    Smooth bones, I always had an affinity for smooth bones. Mostly off brands. Click to enlarge.

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    Vintage German Garden and Bartender knives: The garden knives, top, are by Hugo Koller and the bartenders are by E. Bruckmann. My pictures do not do the handles justice.

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    Odd and Ends: Some cheap switchblades and one homemade switchblade, street pickups, or takeaways if you will, upper left. Lower left a Victorinox utility, some sentimental favorites and two balisongs. Does anyone know if the upper right black plastic handled knife with the can opener and lanyard is a Navy knife?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk Eye Tom View Post
    My HOLY GRAIL knife I want to find is a RANDAL MADE KNIFE.
    Hmmmm.... perhaps we should talk


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