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    my choice

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    i would take the sissi puukko if needed to.

    here are couple more that would fit the bill


    life's to short for safe queen's

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalama View Post
    i would take the sissi puukko if needed to.
    Good choise. Very decent all-round knife too for hunting/camping/hiking.

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    Of my current knives this one for sure


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    Out of what I own, it would have to be one of these two.

    The South Fork feels really good in a reverse, blade out grip; plus it's really light if you have to run.



    The Busse TGLB is the knife of choice for a good old fashion back stabbing.

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    The sheepfoot blade on a 6318 pattern Case is all a good hand needs,that and the grit to use it.Regardless of the need most can't,or won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcinek View Post
    Knife for fighting? Grocery store steak knife. Cheap, effective, and disposable.

    Knife designed as a fighter but that one wouldn't really fight with? Probably this Justin Gingrich Ranger custom of mine...



    I suppose there should be a gun in the picture....

    That's beautiful! Justin Gingrich is putting out some incredible knives AND if you're a fan of Hawks you should check out his hand forged GTI Renegade Hawk. I've taken it camping several times now and its a blast to use and out chops my larger knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by festerfromnzed View Post
    My SEKI made Hattori....beatifully balanced with a great grip...8 inch blade with a wicked shape and very sharp.....I rate this knife highly as a fighter.. FES

    Wow, beautiful. What's the material in the checkered part of the handle?

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    Kraton.
    "Alena a me Aleka pu i ka wa pau 'ole"


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    Ontario Knives 10" tanto. Strong, heavy, fits from hand to forearm perfectly. Good for slash to defense to stab to rip.

    Or my Glock 20 in 10mm.

    I don't fight fair if it actually comes down to a fight.

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    Ka-Bar new generation

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    BALISONGS... I got 99 problems and a switch ain't one.
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    R.I.P.


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    call me ghetto, but the line of ak 47 bayonets; affordable and fine quality my favorite would be the polish variant[IMG]bayo1.jpg[/IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Heelhook View Post
    R.I.P.

    Ditto. Had a knife on order from Al when he sadly passed.

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    Folder: I'd rather NEVER use a folder in a fight, but if I had to, Spyderco Civilian. Very sharp, very nasty, and just the LOOK of the thing might be enough to deter some people.

    Fixed: 2 way tie between the Southfork and Emerson Karambit. That or I'd bring a machete, all's fair in love and war!

    That said, I'd rather have good running shoes or my 10mm on me. Ideally, both.
    Last edited by Raylas; 09-26-2012 at 05:28 PM.

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    Esee 6 with clip point.


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    A 20" H.I. Kumar Kobra. I have a couple more, but that is my fav.
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    This ol' Gerber Command II has been following me around since 1983. I guess I must like it a bit.

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