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Welcome to BladeForums, you're not really in the right forum for WTB, there is a forum in the exchange for this.
I've owned a few CQC6 over the...
I love the small Bowie's, this perfect!
The Hummingbirds have pretty much left our immediate area, yet 20 miles away my brother will have them all year. For the last 4 or 5 years we've...
Two of my favorites, Jimmy Fikes "Parang" and Camp knife.
I finally broke down a couple of years ago and bought a G Shock, nothing fancy just needed a back up, my Seamaster needed service. Never sent in...
Not sure where this stands but I'd be in for Dek 1 Thanks
What a great classic 22.
I've got a few packs but Osprey has been my favorite.
I can tell by your name you're a Hartsfiled fan. I had a matching "Strongboy" to the Kozuka. Hope to get to see picture of your sword!!
I voted that I love them, I own several examples but must admit that I've never carried/used a Tanto for an extended period. My love for the Tanto...
What a "WOW" factor, thanks for sharing.
I've read all the Prendergast novels, looking forward to the next one. I've enjoyed some others Doug Preston, especially "In Search of the Lost...
Z is for Mr Zorg, a BF contributor.
Y is for John Young, in this case a collaboration with Bill Ankrom.
To me X is for seXy, what I think Jim Crowell's fighter is. He named her "La Violencia", could have been V, too.
with Paul Long sheath:
W.D. Pease, one of his "swinger" models.
V is for Ricardo Velarde, I once owned the dagger, engraving by Julie Warenski.
U almost had me stumped but then I remembered my Jungle Honey:
Ben Tendick, a BF regular.
S is for Scott Sawby's "Skimmer"