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Default Just picked up KA-BAR BK3...

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Wow. This knife is MASSIVE. Serious business.

At face value, it seems like the same high caliber I've grown to expect from KA-BAR. Purchased through Tomar's KA-BARs. They were the most reasonably priced and VERY fast on shipping. Will do business with them again. http://www.tomarskabars.com/index.html

I also purchased five KA-BAR #1245 Black Tactical Tanto Knife / SGF (I have a leather handle KA-BAR tanto and love it... this time 1 for me, 1 for wife, 1 for son, and 2 for other family members who don't yet realize they're going to need one), and a KA-BAR #1226 Little Finn Hunting Knife for butchering, etc. That seems like a nice little knife too (despite the fact that it's made in Taiwan).

It's been a good day. Need to get out and put them to work (and get over my typical buyer's remorse).

- part monkey, part boy
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