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    WTB: Horton edc blood


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    I'm not to sure just how this works but I'm looking to buy a Horton EDC Blood. Have been stalking BF for a while now looking for one for sale but im always a day late. So if anyone is even thinking about parting with one of these beauties let me know. I want on in S7. Thanks guys.

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    Good luck. They come up a couple of times a year. And you only need one. It's all I use these days for a fixed EDC.

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    Yeah. I've wanted one for a while and I see previous posts where J let them go for a steal but they seem to get sold as fast as they are posted. Love the design and the steel used. Im always a day late. I may just have to beg him to custom make me one.

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    The guys with fixed blades are holding them seems like. I haven't made one (any fixed blades) in 4 months. And I don't know when I will make another that's not in my backlog of about 10 blades. That's the last of my orders. From years ago.

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    Yeah seems like they arent about to let them slip out of their hands just yet. Id so take a tac 4 folder if it was plausible in s7. Those suckas are a work of art.

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    You will prob just see folders in some form of D2. CPM or reg. Damascus or. .......???

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    D2, cpm-d2. And damascus? I do dig those damascus blades. Whats the damascus makeup on those? So are those just your fave steels to work with at the moment or?

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    Naw. They are the best steels for me. Overall. That I have ever used. And I've used alot

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    I use Chad Nichols Damascus. Stainless and Carbon.

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    Are the damascus blades alot more than the standard d2 and cpm-D2 blades you are making J? Ive seen your folder go for upward of 500 on arizona customs knives website so was wondering how much i need to set aside for one.

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    Upward of 500 u mean 685 to 750. A damascus blade is A 100 dollar upcharge from d2

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    I don't charge as much. But I also don't take any orders. I put stuff that's available for sale on forum

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    Yeah. Your folders are going for a nice chunk of change but im sure they are worth it. Ill make sure i keep my eye out on the forum for one for sale then. Hopefully someone gives me a heads up on one they are willing to part with.

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    People here are real friendly. Man. You will get a knife. No worries

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    Ive noticed that. Its like a big family. I got my spyderco para 2 in 20cp from here. Been scouring the forums for knives everyday after work. Im on the prowl.

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    I had two guys point me to a folder when I was looking. I wasnt a member at the forum it was for sale at, so they got me in touch with him. These are good guys here. Hell, I've made a couple of pretty good buddys here. Even had a guy send me some knives to try out.

    And, if you like the folder... Wait till you see the tomahawk. Its under the back seat in my pickup everywhere I go.
    "Be in no doubt about the psychological scars the 9/11 attack inflicted on every single American, from the bereaved of Lower Manhattan to the remotest one-horse town in Arkansas. A Navy Seal may have shot Bin Laden, but there were 300 million fingers on the trigger."

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    Ive seen pics of the Tomahawk. Its freaking awesome. Right now I just keep a DeadOn demolition hammer tucked on the side of my seat for stupid people. Otherwise I always have a sidearm and knife on. Never can be too careful entering houses to repo them these days. Thanks for the info Jamescaan.

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