Rick Hinderer Knives Picture Thread

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Those tumbled / stonewashed finished handles are so bad ass.
 
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Deep swedge spearpoint, Duratech 20CV:

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Armoured Bowie, CTS-XHP:

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Production XM-18, CTS-XHP:

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Iam not much of a folder guy!! But why oh why did i discover i am one now.!!!
Rick has a waiting list for years??Holy Crap!! Just my luck!!
Oh, well the search is on i guess.!! Great looking knives!!
 

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There are some amazing blades in this thread. I have never seen some of these variants. I only own 1 and it gets carried every day. My camera is clearly not as good as the others here, but here are some pictures anyway.
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Here is the Only Anodized XM-24 and a Stellite Firetac !!
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Rob, that one with the Stellite blade and the opening hole is incredible!
What's the last one with the satin Ti?

P.S.: I just noticed the liner lock, that ain't too shabby, either. I have looked for one everywhere, how many were made?
 
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The last one pictured is an XM-24. I think there has been a total of 10-12 or liner locks. The first buch were sold at the Blade Show in 2007, and there were a couple at the NY show last November.
 

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Glad to see a forum section for Rick here, nice guy, even if when you visit
he may beat you up with stick, just for fun ;) even a bamboo stick HURTS man! :)

Here is an oldy but a very goody with damascus blade and mokume bolsters
desert ironwood scales and custom file worked spine,

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I had moved this one a while back to my wife's nephew, he's abused it severly
used for hunting, he LOVES the knife though, very much, I cleaned it up a little..

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This is my first Hinderer.
It's a custom bowie XM-18,3.5",tumbled Ti.
More will follow...amazinq :eek: quality

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Here are my Hinderer blades. Rick is a really nice guy, and sent me some allen screws I stripped when swapping the clip a while back. Thanks for the patch Rob, very generous of you! The flashpoint is a sweet little necker.
 

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Good lord I want one of these so bad! That is just straight SEX right there. Damn these are beautiful. That stone wash is my favorite. I love that style and finish.

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