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Favorite non military knife?

Article about: I wanted to see other peoples preference in knives. Post your favorite non-military knife that you OWN! They can be from any era, just commercial. Mine is this Buck 107, this is from when Bu

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    I wanted to see other peoples preference in knives. Post your favorite non-military knife that you OWN!
    They can be from any era, just commercial.
    Mine is this Buck 107, this is from when Buck Knives actually made real ones...
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    Well not exactly a knife... But my leatherman wave would have to be my favourite that thing takes an absolute beating... I have had it for around 8 or so years and use it almost daily for all sorts of jobs.

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    This one. I cook a lot.
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    For everyday use, it's my Swiss Army Trekker, the civvie version of the newest model swiss army knife
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    And for looks, it would be this custom knife with damascus steel blade
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    Best
    Paul

    47th MP Co/47th Inf Div 1983-1988
    583rd Ord Co 59th Ord Bde Muenster, W Germany
    1988-1990
    Looking for P37 ammo pouch with No4 bayo frog

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    Tons of favourites, and I usually have two or three
    on me at any given time, Lol. I love SOG, EK,
    Katz, and so many others.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    The ones I've made!
    This is one of my Bastard blades(Made from Bastard files).
    The handle is made from black walnut . I cut a slot in the walnut for the tang to show out the sides. I liked the teeth look. I used twisted pair SS wire to make the "H" with a knife . My last name initial and my makers mark!!!!. Then it was all covered with a clear epoxy.
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    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Quote by AZPhil View Post
    The ones I've made!
    This is one of my Bastard blades(Made from Bastard files).
    The handle is made from black walnut . I cut a slot in the walnut for the tang to show out the sides. I liked the teeth look. I used twisted pair SS wire to make the "H" with a knife . My last name initial and my makers mark!!!!. Then it was all covered with a clear epoxy.
    side of bastard handle.JPGBastard blade in hand.JPGBastard in box.JPG
    Semper Fi
    Phil
    Do you take orders?
    Nice Knife

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    I have a SOG force it's a tank with tiger stripe camo on the blade but if I had a custom knife I know it would be my favorite.

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    My buck 107 was a gift from my Grandpa, he died when I was 2 and left it specially for me.
    I use it for everyday tasks, and gutting deer. It is the sharpest blade I have ever seen it can cut with ease through the pelvis bone of a deer and it holds a nice edge very well.

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    The Randall Model 1 is a design I've always liked. Not sure if it counts as a non-military knife as it has been widely carried as an unofficial weapon since WW2.
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