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Post Fri Mar 27, 2015 8:45 pm

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A couple more that I had or have acquired since last post.

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Gerber LMF II "Infantry Fighting Knife" - USA Made

This is one of the best knives I own but I never use it stays on my "kit" for the military, it was a gift from my little brother, all of the wear on it is just from the sheath, which doubles as a sharpener.

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Sheath sharpener

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Ka-Bar 1232 Hunting knife, it's small but it only cost me 10 bucks on ebay it's made in Japan from the 80-90s but Japan makes excellent steel.

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Whoever had this destroyed this knife but I turned the edge into a razor.

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Collection of Swiss army type knifes
Top: Boy scouts of America Made in Rhode Island USA
Middle: Japanese Knock off
Bottom: A Wenger(edit: I originally put victrinox) Swiss Army knife made for a company called CERN, logo is flashed out :( circa 1980s
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Post Fri Mar 27, 2015 10:09 pm

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WolfSpring wrote:Image
Collection of Swiss army type knifes
Top: Boy scouts of America Made in Rhode Island USA
Middle: Japanese Knock off
Bottom: A victornox Swiss Army knife made for a company called CERN, logo is flashed out :( circa 1980s

CERN? As in the people who brought you the Large Hadron Collider? Bretty cool broseph.
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Post Fri Mar 27, 2015 10:38 pm

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Post Fri Mar 27, 2015 10:51 pm

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That CERN knife is a great score Wolfspring,

Yeah I'm a little bit jealous!

ETA:
I just posted the links before I scrolled down and saw you did the same thing.
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Post Sat Mar 28, 2015 2:09 am

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Trivia RE: Swiss Army Knife.

Prior to the new model, the difference between the standard soldiers knife and the officers model is that the officers model also has a cork screw. :D


BTW nothing wrong with Japanese steel. They did, after all, develop the Samuri sword (laminated steel).
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Post Mon Mar 30, 2015 10:56 pm

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Newest acquisition, 1946-1956 Imperial USA Cub Scout knife for $8.50 off of eBay, apparently these are common and cheap, still awesome little pocket knife. The awl and can opener have locks, but not the blade.
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Post Fri Apr 03, 2015 6:47 pm

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My newest Knives

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Benhmade Hunt Saddle Mountain Skinner

This guy right here is the Benchmade 790 "Subrosa" It's a bit scratched up on the blade, but it's just the finish not the metal, I paid $61 USD on eBay for it, it's titanium handle, S30V metal blade, Nitrous spring assisted opening. These go for 150-300 on eBay still, it's a discontinued model and it's a "first production". Al that mumbo Jumbo aside, this is an awesome little knife and I'd like to thank MBI for talking me into pulling the trigger and buying this I am more than happy with it.

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Post Wed Sep 23, 2015 2:59 pm

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I know it's been a while, been really busy with work and starting my own store. Been acquiring a lot of new knives. Some I keep some I sell at the flea market these four are part of a lot of 32 I got for 35 bucks on eBay.


First is a Colonial, I believe it's handle is bone, no clue on a date what so ever

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This one is a Kingston it feels like jigged plastic but I've seen them listed as wood or bone I've seen debates on when these were made from my research so no idea when

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This one is imperial I know it's 1956-1988 by the tang stamp, not sure exactly what the handle material is, I've got them listed on a knife site so hopefully I will learn.

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This last one is a sheffield, and I am assuming is a cheap modern day knife but I really like the bottom of it and is a pretty knife, but the tang stamp looks cold stamped and a horrible job at that.

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Figured I'd share these with you guys I'm assuming the first two are 1950/60s era if I get more info I will update this, probably going to sell all four at the flea market. I got a ton more I need to catalog and post up. Acquired a few more benchmades as well I can't say no to a pretty butterfly.
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Post Wed Sep 23, 2015 4:48 pm

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Nice finds there.

I have that exact same model of Imperial pocketknife. Belonged to my grandfather. I think the handle scales are just a pearlescent plastic, used as an alternative to abalone.
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Post Wed Sep 23, 2015 11:24 pm

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Beautiful old carbon steel pen knives (except the Sheffield, of course).

I love these old pen knives. I picked up a little 1924 Remington for $5 a few years back and it is still getting used.

Really like your new "babies".

Thanks for sharing.
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Post Thu Sep 24, 2015 2:45 am

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Don't mean to hi-jack your thread but I thought you might be interested in this old Remington.

You can whip out Levines and check the year - i think it's 1924.

I still carry it. Depends what pants I have on. Every pair has a different knife in it's pocket. :D

It holds a brilliant edge.

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