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    Some of my Knife Collection

    Since we can't sell or trade knives here on T-Net, I thought I would show some of the knives in my collection to other knife enthusiasts on the forum - Hope you like them!
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    I was eyeballing one that you had on Ebay. But just couldn't do it until I sell some stuff.

    My wife loves knives, usually the oddball low quality butterfly and spring assist, and really odd blades that are really useless other than sticking people. I also collected "spring assist " For a while.

    I don't have anything real good anymore. A couple Case, A case changer. But nothing real great. My favorite is a winchester(I think, ..I can't even remember the make) it's a nato(?), or law enforcement. and has a button in the grip. It's a true switch blade. Ohh..Hell, I'm trying to describe it and can't even be sure who makes it....I have two that look identical, one is just a lock blade and the other is machined for the switch blade. but it hits so hard that if you don't hold on good it will flip out of your hand. The firdt few times I played with it? It flipped out of my hand spun in the air and cut the backside of my little finger.

    You have some beautiful knives!!I love the damacus(spelling) one above. Wait I just noticed they all are, except the one.
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    Nice knives....
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    Ahh.
    Damascus, jimping ,fancy bolsters, inlay behind a bolster ...
    Is that decorative filework on the spring of that folder? Never saw that before. Wild. Have seen it on knife spines/backs.

    The sheath knife with the clip point blade would be my pick. The drop point folder would make a good companion piece for it .

    Nice all though.
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    Nice stuff Terry. Yummy Damascus.

    I am a "edged tool" guy myself.
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    Very nice collection.
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    Nice stuff Terry but I'd be afraid to use them. Hate to ruin the new look. I have a couple of I guess you'd call hunting knife, made by my Dad's Uncle before/during WW2. Made from a file.

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    Nice collection Terry
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    Thank's everyone! I've been trading, buying, and selling knives since I was a teenager. Just a passion of mine, like some women and shoes! I have a Facebook page called "Terrys Cutting Edge." Get in touch if you are looking to buy, sell, or trade!
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    I'll subscribe to youtube when I go in on the other computer. I didn't know you had a channel. I'm a youtube nut lately, I have a couple of friends that started car channels, so they got me hooked on youtube!!!

    I also followed your Ebay.

    I'm really not a stalker!!! I just follow and subscribe to anyone I meet. I follow Dieselram too. I don't know anyone else's or I would follow any Tnet members....Not that it matters just my tiny way of supporting.
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    That is some great looking knives you have collected .I have a similar type of illness that causes me to spend money for something I have no plan on ever using.

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    Very nice collection.
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    Looks like you have a fancy for Damascus? I use to dabble in making a few knives, but haven't in a few years. I once replaced the wooden handle on a Buck knife with an ivory one. I still have it. The ivory is a bit more heavy than the wood, and makes it handle better.

 

 
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