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I want everyone to upload pictures of their Knife collection on this thread. The more pictures the better the thread will be. Also include Hand held items like flashlights, batons, Mid Evil Weapons, etc.
If you can give the name and maker of the knife and/or tool it would be nice so we know what we are looking at. But Pictures First!

Here are most of mine. Its constantly growing.



Starting at the top left going clockwise.

1. Ontario U.S. Marine Corps OKC3S Bayonet
2. SOG Seal Pup
3. SOG Pentagon Elite 1
4. CRKT Ringed Razel
5. SOG Kilowatt
6. CRKT My Tighe (black)(assisted opening)
7. CRKT My Tighe (not black)(assisted opening)
8. CRKT Elishewitz Horus (assisted opening)
9. Benchmade Rukus
10. Gerber 600 Multi Tool
11. Surefire E1B backup Flashlight
12. Surefire E2D LED Defender
13. Surefire 6P Defender
14. ASP Baton 16" Alumnium
15. ASP Baton 21" Steel
16. Swiss Army Ranger
17. CRKT SSR Razel (currently my Favorite)
18. Cold Steel Tai-Pan
19. SOG Revolver
20. CRKT H.U.G. money clip
21. Benchmade Nimravus
22. Ontario Worden Special Forces Machete (its the big one on the right ;) )

I Will Keep updating this at I get more knives and tools. You should too.

5.7mm

P.S. if you like somones pictures just thank them with a little thanks box on the bottom of their post lets not clutter this thread up with comment about things. Pics and Descriptions.

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I'm not into knife collecting and only have the following sharps. Knives shown have been used in combat for their intended purposes. Recently refinished the blades.

Camillus USMC Fighting Knife
Camillus Mark 3 Trench Knife

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CRKT Stiff Kiss
CRKT Crawford/Kasper
SAK Rucksack
Gerber Gator lockback
 

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heres some of mine

J Adams,green river deck knife[Made in England]
Fairbairn sykes[made in England]
solingen whitby[made in Germany]
Home made O1 tool steel[made in England]
fillet knife no makers mark ?
Malay Knife
Muela 25-12[made in spain]
Opinel No8[made in France]
Harri j marimaa hand crafted puukko[made in Finland]
Hand crafted Demascus Knife[made in Syria]
Home made file knife[made in England]
Unknown Greek knife automatic opener.
Sog paratool[made in the USA]
 

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A few knives in my collection...some are pretty decent grade.
[URL="http://www.survivalistboards.com/picture.php?albumid=38&pictureid=642"][/URL]

Some junky ones I don't generally share that much. Touristy stuff...China, Etc.
[URL="http://www.survivalistboards.com/picture.php?albumid=38&pictureid=641"][/URL]

A few of my folders.
[URL="http://www.survivalistboards.com/picture.php?albumid=38&pictureid=306"][/URL]

Heavier, survival type knives.
http://www.survivalistboards.com/picture.php?albumid=38&pictureid=308

If you would like to get a better view of my singles showing some descriptions, please check out this link: http://www.survivalistboards.com/album.php?albumid=39
 

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A mini socket set and some various multi-tools.
[URL="http://www.survivalistboards.com/picture.php?albumid=44&pictureid=646"][/URL]

More multi-tools including a Stanley Fu-Bar. A couple of folding utility knives. Mag block. (There are two Leatherman and a Gerber in the mix. The Leatherman are in the middle and on toward the lower left and the Gerber is the large on in the lower right).
[URL="http://www.survivalistboards.com/picture.php?albumid=44&pictureid=645"][/URL]


A Strike Force fire starter; A magnifying glass; a couple of compasses.
[URL="http://www.survivalistboards.com/picture.php?albumid=44&pictureid=647"][/URL]
 

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AJ - I nominate you for the biggest and best knife collection! Just Wow!
Last time I looked, you had a great collection too but you never show them all at once. I should be getting a Canadian Camp knife in the mail soon and I ordered a Protech "Godson" fully automatic from my local gun store just yesterday. This Protech is very sweet. It's very well made and snaps in place in a fraction of a second. I'll share them when I get them.
 

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how do ya like the stanley fubar?
It's a very good quality tool. I believe its main function is to straighten 2x4s while framing. Often times, 2x4s get warped and they need to be twisted in a manner that will force them to lay flat against another surface. However, I bought might as a multi-purpose devise that might come in handy for various tasks (especially during a bug out situation). It didn't cost too much and it's really sturdy. Good tool for certain needs.
 
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