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Old 09-08-2019, 10:32 AM
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Haven't seen a 184 Buckmaster in a long time.
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If you were a high school student in the USA that photo would be enough to get you suspended from school.

The photo itself would be deemed an act of violence by a snowflake progressive teacher.

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If you were a high school student in the USA that photo would be enough to get you suspended from school.

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Haven't seen a 184 Buckmaster in a long time.
Yes, took it to a couple trips as my "survival knife" just in case I needed. Fortunately I didnt, becuase when I checked on the price these are going for unused I put it away and kept it as a collectors peice ever since.
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Those are too new....
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Old 09-11-2019, 05:50 AM
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Those are too new....
Not about to start trashing my ZT0560

The big old knife with the white bone grip I got it used, its likely voer 100 years old and maybe one of the most worn blades you'll ever see. Deep pits in the carbon steel blade. I used it for a bit but there was a crack in the handle that I didn want to risk so its now just a collection piece.
The Aitor Jungle King II is surplus Guardia Cvil , dinged up nicely but still a solid knife. OGt it with no edge , and got it razor shapr easily enough.
The TGLB has seen some use but being poolished INFI and G10 grips, as long as its clena it wont be showing much wear no matter how much oyu use it.
The Large Busse I used a couple times and you can see the scuff marks in the epoxy finish. Hate that crappy finish.
I managed to break the tip on that Glock knife, but reprofiled the tip and its hard to tell.
having so many knives lots of them just end up gathering dust. I'll post a pick of the ones that actually get used, just for you.
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So these would be the ones near by I pick up when I need to use a knife for some specifc job, ironically I suppose, they get used far more than the "survival" knives. The machete with the clip point I made using a Tramontina machete and a grinder, made the wood grips too using some wood from a kitchen reform in my old childhood house.
The tiny knife with the wooden handle, that one I forged myself, did the handle too. Then there's a couple schrades for beating the crap out of, cutting wood for the fireplace and such. The screws of the Frontier model broke so I I patched it up with some toolbox screws. I had done the micarta handles for it as well.
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