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Old 03-05-2010, 02:17 AM   #21
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I wish the more outdoorsy, survival type knives were as sexy looking as combat knives.

I don't know why but I would have sex with this...

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Old 03-05-2010, 03:22 AM   #22
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this is my work horse. it has been under the hood of countless humvies and stripped/fixed countless m16's.


bayonet that goes to an old school ar-15. the pictures isn't mine but it looks exactly the same.


other than that i just have a bunch of little bullsh!t pocket knives that i'm not going to go take a picture of.
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Old 03-05-2010, 07:18 AM   #23
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WHY would you hang that poster with the most retarded looking mustang ever on it
I think the poster is a joke. It has more than one hideous mustang on it. Good lord, I'm hoping it's a joke.
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Old 03-05-2010, 07:21 AM   #24
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That's my dream knife. Haven't gotten around to ordering it yet...also spending too much money on the stang.
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Old 03-05-2010, 08:00 AM   #25
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what do you guys have for sharpeners? i have a Smith's medium natural arkansas stone. all my knives are razor sharp to the point where they cut the hair off your arm with no effort/pressure at all.
the slide on a glock works great to sharpen a knife
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I have used Crock Sticks for years, they work great. I am def going to look into that Boker of Morbid's.
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Old 03-05-2010, 09:48 AM   #27
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I hear the Spyderco Sharpmaker is the bee's knees as far as assisted sharpeners go. There are too many options and it doesn't seem like you can really go wrong with any choice. Arkansas stones, japanese water stones, Norton india stones, DMT diamonds, oil stones, yada yada yada...

I've been trying the sandpaper and mouse pad route to reprofile the Ontario, but I'm just bad at freehanding.



Nice knife. Which Spyderco is that?
It is a Delta 4. And man does it hold an edge. He's lost it 5 times, three in the woods deer hunting... and it ALWAYS turns back up/he finds it. Its crazy. I bought him a.... I want to say Gerber... that's real similar but with a triangular hole, but he couldn't get his thumb to work right to get the blade open like he could with the round hole in the Spiderco. That was when the Spiderco was lost for, we thought, ever. I've got the Gerber now and keep it in my detail/car show box or tackle box, but it doesn't hold an edge like the Spiderco. And I've never been able to get it broke in like the Spiderco. It takes a little more effort to flip it open.

Sorry so long. LOL
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Loosen the screw a little, and some Remoil, work the action a bunch, and you should be able to flip it open just fine.
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Loosen the screw a little, and some Remoil, work the action a bunch, and you should be able to flip it open just fine.
Good idea. I've just been making due with it like it is. Not like I use it nearly as much as my husband uses his, so I just assumed its from not being opened as much, and was just... making due.

I also have a POS butterfly knife in my detail box. Found IT while jogging on my lunch hour, laying in a pile of leaves on the side of the street. Its good for crap stuff, when you don't want to ruin a good knife.

I've also found someone's ENTIRE **** MAG and condom collection scattered out along a street on that same jog route. LOL I didn't pick any of that up.
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I had that problem with the Gerber in my picture. It would not open with the thumb stud for the life of me, but after a lot of playing with it, it opens great now. I'm ADD though so I'll be flipping my knives open and closed for hours lol
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