Photos Of Other Knives!

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    Just my pair from a scout the other day. 171425C9-9F5F-4735-B3AE-516D5B59745C.jpg
     
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    Tomorrow's attire...

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    Randall!!
     
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    Good eye, not a classic, but edc sized.
     
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    Its a classic. And edc sized. Beautiful looking blade sir.
     
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    Check out this beauty. Someone on Facebook found it at a thrift store. LoL



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    I'd be wary of the build for that one. The hilt appears to be on backwards. ;)
     
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    Helping out with the Thanksgiving prep today so out came my old scool kitchen knives :cool:
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    That's actually kinda funny. I was at the gun show two weeks ago and I'll bet I saw a half dozen or so knives with deer foot/hoof handles. Maybe it's a thing all of the sudden?
     
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    They've gotta think of something to do with all those Deer & Elk feet after hunting season, don't they? ;)
     
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    Such a great user! It actually cuts well despite the narrow main grind.
     
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    It is hardened steel, the model is "compact".

    ESP is a top brand, making extremely strong batons and accessories for them in the Czech Republik.

    I have a little crow bar for it that mounts on the place of the tail cap and have used it on a a stump with another such baton for 30 minutes without ill effect for the baton. They are as strong as possible.

    You can check then at https://www.security-eshop.eu
     
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    Do you know of any place that sells them in America?
     
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    I purchase them locally, I think ASP is more popular in the US.
     
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    That knife is so much better than the Ka Bar - thicker tang, no 90 degrees corners at the blade/tang transition , higher RCs and probably the strongest rubber handle after the Bussekin.

    My first knife from the US, years ago, was a Ka Bar USMC and was a total disappointment. Very soft, chipped from a stick and got bend at the blade/tang transition with almost no effort. Extremely thick behind the edge. It could be a defective one, who knows...

    I really like its style and this one will be a user for rougher stuff.

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