What's in the ESEE Vaults? Old & Rare!

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by UK Jackal, Jun 28, 2018.

  1. The Warrior

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    Too cool man.
     
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    Pre-production prototype Izula (don't have this one any more) 15825856_10154676569735700_6955382265745146371_n.jpg
     
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    This is another one I used to have. RAT skinning/survival knife. I think this was the 2nd design RAT ever made, after the original RTAK Nhqvwvd.jpg
     
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    8471047F-5F05-45FC-B6AE-8D255226E62A.jpeg Here is my RC-3. I have had it since 2009 or so. Still one of my favorites!
     
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    Here are a few of the older patches
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    That #53 lives with me now, it’s put some work in too to take away that ‘drawer queen’ feel!

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    That's awesome!! Only got my 5 about a week ago, so shes still got her full dress on haha. Wont be long and itll get put through some ****. They look better with some battle wounds in my humble opinion.
     
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    Here's a rare piece, won on the old forum in contest that had serial 9999, 10000 & 1001 as prize put up.

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    I have another 5 for hard use, this one I just get out to drool over every now and then :p
     
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    Wow!! How cool is that!!! Awesome
     
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    Couldn't let this pass by when I saw it, wonder if I can get replacement rods for it?
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    I just decided to see how old of an Esee I could find and make my new reliable beater, so I’m curious about serial numbers.
    I assume each model begins a new number series, but does each variation have its own numbering or the same? For instance, do serrated and plain fall under the same numbering scheme? Has Esee been numbering since the beginning with the transition from RAT?
    If someone knows and could help answer, I’d appreciate learning more. Thanks.
     
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    Curious to know as well. I also noticed on my esee 5 that it didn't have a date stamp under the handles like my 3 and 6 have. Not sure why that is either.
     

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