I am sure this has been done many times before but how about seeing your rare, unusual or one of a kind knife. That uncommon knife you just don’t come across too often…or ever.
Here’s a picture of my Shaka Bush Knife….
I don't think its very rare or unusual, but it's pretty old and quite cool.
Kim Breed made this for me.
For Silat. Slightly bigger than your average korambit.
Originally Posted by Bastid
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70s era Roadrunner knife
and a way old pinup knife
I also have a bunch of other weird ones here and there too.
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Not sure if it qualifies, but here is my very first pocket knife. Given to me about 45 years ago by my Grandfather. It is an imperial and I am still amazed I have managed to hang onto it all these years.
This one is an old Olsen that my wife bought for me while we were on vacation about 30 years ago.
Neither knife is worth anything, but I wouldn't sell either one for a pile of cash.
I've yet to see another of these in person and further I've yet to hear of anyone else who EDCs it if they even own it.
Kershaw Damascus Red Scallion only 100 made
He is an early Aitor Jungle King.
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Tool steel machete, wooden grip with finger grooves...
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