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    Kamikoto knife found in Georgia

    Im new to this tresure hunting thing but I found this really expensive Kamikoto knife in Georgia. It is above 100$ just wondering what i should do with it?
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    It’s not just “a knife”… it’s a boxed set of knives. As for “what should you do with it?”, if you “found” it, perhaps you should consider returning it to “Pilot Jon”, who posted a review of that set on YouTube on 17th December 2019 titled “Unboxing and quick review of Kamikoto knives I bought off the internet”.

    Oddly, your picture seems to be a screenshot from his video:

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenmane View Post
    Im new to this tresure hunting thing but I found this really expensive Kamikoto knife in Georgia. It is above 100$ just wondering what i should do with it?
    Curious how you found knives in GA when your IPs are in Europe, extra long shaft? How is it your picture is also screen shot taken from Kamikoto website video, your camera broken?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    Curious how you found knives in GA when your IPs are in Europe, extra long shaft? How is it your picture is also screen shot taken from Kamikoto website video, your camera broken?
    Maybe he means the country not the state....but if the pics are pilfered, tis what tis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red-Coat View Post
    It’s not just “a knife”… it’s a boxed set of knives. As for “what should you do with it?”, if you “found” it, perhaps you should consider returning it to “Pilot Jon”, who posted a review of that set on YouTube on 17th December 2019 titled “Unboxing and quick review of Kamikoto knives I bought off the internet”.

    Oddly, your picture seems to be a screenshot from his video:
    So, in the video, how did pilot Jon like the knives? I'm guessing he didn't like them because he left them laying around where karenmane could find them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doubter in MD View Post
    So, in the video, how did pilot Jon like the knives? I'm guessing he didn't like them because he left them laying around where karenmane could find them.
    I do that all the time... buy stuff from facebook adverts on the internet for $250 and then leave it laying around somewhere because I didn't like it that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CreakyDigger View Post
    Maybe he means the country not the state....but if the pics are pilfered, tis what tis.
    Even if it was the country of Georgia it would still need to be a very long shaft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karenmane View Post
    . . . just wondering what i should do with it?
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    Thought about it some more, and the only logical (somewhat)
    reason I can see for putting in the effort to make a fake post
    is they are just trying to establish themselves in order to spam
    the site at a later time.

    Doubtful I'm correct, but it is plausible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DizzyDigger View Post
    Thought about it some more, and the only logical (somewhat)
    reason I can see for putting in the effort to make a fake post
    is they are just trying to establish themselves in order to spam
    the site at a later time.

    Doubtful I'm correct, but it is plausible.
    Happens about once a month on another forum where I moderate. They don't usually get a chance to post anything after that initial test message because we run a reputation check on their email address and their IP... and ban their account if they don't pass those checks.

 

 
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