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    Quote Originally Posted by Tikka7mm08 View Post
    Right side third down is what I have - really, really nice knife. Very happy with mine. I keep thinking I should grab a second one as Bill isn't getting any younger!
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    You're not wrong...why I picked up an extra. That one and the little one are a set I got him to do with a steel. The others are singles with a steel. He is a legend.

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    Been meaning to do this for ages.......from left to right.....

    Mossberg bird & trout knives
    Helle Dokka my folder
    Fallkniven F1
    Gerber Big Camp knife
    my custom hunting knife, by Steve Martin of Nelson, ATS-34 Stainless, green micarta sleeves
    the ubiquitous Bacho stainless, one of three
    Leatherman skeleton
    Wenger multitool



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    3rd from right looks pretty darn fine...yip must get me another one of those.....1 in each vechile just doesnt seem enough some how...might need one for each pack and daybag too.
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    This is a Willie Paulsen classic made in 1982.

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    Quite a small knife, about a 3 inch blade but nicely balanced.
    Would make a good utility.
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    Show me your knives

    Spyderco PMII turned up today

    Exclusive knife to KnifeCentre in CPM CRU-WEAR steel. Super sharp out the box. So sharp that the first thing I did with it was drop it. It went through both my shoe and my sock and proceeded into my foot.

    Also grabbed an Ontario Knife Co RAT 2.

    Nice knife for a cheapy.
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    OUCH!

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    @kiwijames now you might find that the most effective way to trim your toe nails is to "take the bloody shoes and socks off"!
    Our maybe that's just me carry on
    Good job it was only the blunt end that got ya other wise we would be all clamouring for the before and after photo shoot.....knife stuck through shoe and foot before pic and knife stuck through foot after shoe has been removed....obviously we want you to cut the shoe off, our you can pull the knife and stick it back in if your fond of ya Bart A Bullets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    @kiwijames now you might find that the most effective way to trim your toe nails is to "take the bloody shoes and socks off"!
    Our maybe that's just me carry on
    Good job it was only the blunt end that got ya other wise we would be all clamouring for the before and after photo shoot.....knife stuck through shoe and foot before pic and knife stuck through foot after shoe has been removed....obviously we want you to cut the shoe off, our you can pull the knife and stick it back in if your fond of ya Bart A Bullets
    Oh it was the pointy end. Cut my shoelace and then straight through the tongue, my sock and then foot. It took a moment for me to work out what had happened as I felt nothing other than something hitting my foot.
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    Was it sticking up wobbling making that lovely little knife sound that they make
    Bet the look on your face was like...himmm oh shit!
    I can see where it nicked ya shoe laces. Sorry I really should not laugh at other people's experience, but it's just usually me that dose shit like that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Was it sticking up wobbling making that lovely little knife sound that they make
    Bet the look on your face was like...himmm oh shit!
    I can see where it nicked ya shoe laces. Sorry I really should not laugh at other people's experience, but it's just usually me that dose shit like that
    Laugh away . The cook sure did.
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    Custom knife made by Tharwa valley forge in Australia. The CSM who we were under whilst overseas was a gun and knife nut so got a few of these made up for the lads who wanted them. Very good steel stays incredibly sharp, has delt to it's fare share of game now.

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    When I got my first Spyderco, age 14, the very first thing I did with it was cut myself to the bone Traditional!
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    [QUOTE=mawzer308;716783]Custom knife made by Tharwa valley forge in Australia. The CSM who we were under whilst overseas was a gun and knife nut so got a few of these made up for the lads who wanted them. Very good steel stays incredibly sharp, has delt to it's fare share of game now.

    Attachment 89440[/QUOTE @MaWzer mind if I ask what the notching on the back is for and that heel on the end of the handle is for?
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