Those tumbled / stonewashed finished handles are so bad ass.
Last edited by blackmore; 05-08-2010 at 01:46 AM.
Deep swedge spearpoint, Duratech 20CV:
Armoured Bowie, CTS-XHP:
Production XM-18, CTS-XHP:
Iam not much of a folder guy!! But why oh why did i discover i am one now.!!!
Rick has a waiting list for years??Holy Crap!! Just my luck!!
Oh, well the search is on i guess.!! Great looking knives!!
There are some amazing blades in this thread. I have never seen some of these variants. I only own 1 and it gets carried every day. My camera is clearly not as good as the others here, but here are some pictures anyway.
‘‘To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them...’’
— Richard Henry Lee, 1787
Here is the Only Anodized XM-24 and a Stellite Firetac !!
Rob, that one with the Stellite blade and the opening hole is incredible!
What's the last one with the satin Ti?
P.S.: I just noticed the liner lock, that ain't too shabby, either. I have looked for one everywhere, how many were made?
Last edited by LorenzoL; 05-01-2010 at 11:22 AM.
The last one pictured is an XM-24. I think there has been a total of 10-12 or liner locks. The first buch were sold at the Blade Show in 2007, and there were a couple at the NY show last November.
Glad to see a forum section for Rick here, nice guy, even if when you visit
he may beat you up with stick, just for fun even a bamboo stick HURTS man!
Here is an oldy but a very goody with damascus blade and mokume bolsters
desert ironwood scales and custom file worked spine,
I had moved this one a while back to my wife's nephew, he's abused it severly
used for hunting, he LOVES the knife though, very much, I cleaned it up a little..
"The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions!"
Take the time to read your Bible Now, don't be left behind...
Nice pre-tac Hinderer, Gary.
This is my first Hinderer.
It's a custom bowie XM-18,3.5",tumbled Ti.
More will follow...amazinq quality
Here are my Hinderer blades. Rick is a really nice guy, and sent me some allen screws I stripped when swapping the clip a while back. Thanks for the patch Rob, very generous of you! The flashpoint is a sweet little necker.
Drool, drool, drool. Gotta go get a dry shirt.
I'm looking forward to get some more too.Once you start...
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