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Discussion in 'KA-BAR Knives' started by gundude73, Aug 8, 2011.
Happy St. Patrick’s, all!
That Corned beef looks yummy. Our house is filled with smells of the same cooking as i type.
Back at you That sure looks DELICIOUS!
When I was in college I had a Kabar as my only fixed blade. It was stolen out of my truck right after I graduated. Recently I had to get another one. It still is what most fixed blades of that size are compared against for me.
Here’s my Grandfathers Ka-Bar, I don’t know how long he had it but it was at least as long as I can remember. This knife took care of quit a few deer, rabbits, ducks, pheasants, and a few black bears. I haven’t cleaned or sharpened it since I’ve had it just a little oil wipe down, the memories are all I need out of this knife. It was made by Union Cutlery in Olean, NY
That's a Keeper Good Memories are priceless Nice Knife too
Is there a number stamped on the finger guard. Beautiful knife even without the priceless memories.
No I don’t see any number on the finger guard, would this be of significance?
I was trying to remember the model number but I forgot lol. One of the experts will chime in i hope.
Nice set up!
My homemade handle nut wrench
Incredibly creative, brother.
Thanks GeofS. As they say laziness is the mother of invention. Or is that necessity?? No matter the end results are the same.
that's a lot prettier than the butter knife I cut the tip off of and ground a notch in!
Impact series. That’s a good one, Tank-man.
07B9E9F1-9D34-4779-8E6F-78112263371C by Duncan Moore, on Flickr
E90ED53D-BC4C-4F72-9AA2-67830E437DDF by Duncan Moore, on Flickr
746AA5EE-DDC1-4FBF-B583-807D5B077CF3 by Duncan Moore, on Flickr
D59B8CF7-A3FE-4294-997E-F940F8D1EA05 by Duncan Moore, on Flickr
3BB79524-6E17-422D-98CA-4E4D55D343FA by Duncan Moore, on Flickr
Played with the Parangatang a little this weekend
And other things
I don't know if I mentioned this the Parangatang takes nice big bites