Small Fixed Blade Comparison

alliuse

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I’ve gotten into small fixed blades and it can be hard to wrap my mind around the actuall size of the knife (with just online specs). So I thought I would post some pics of my collection for size comparison. If you are interested in seeing specific knives side by side, let me know.

Arno Bernard
Meerkat
Gecko
Squirrel
Galago
Porcupine
Marabou
Fin & Fur
Fiddleback Forge
Runt
Pocket Ninja
Stubbymuk
Old School Karda
Esquire
Bark River Knives
EPK
Micro Canadian
Little Creek
City
Essential
PSK
Fingerling
L.T. Wright
Frontier First
Buckeye
Patriot
Frontier Valley
Small Workhorse
Bradford Knives
Guardian 3
Gallardo Knives
Sturgeon
Suwannee River Knife
Lime Cutter (1st knife - second pic)


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JohnDF

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Very nice set of fixed blades. :cool::thumbsup:
Not being a fixed blade collector myself, it would be useful to throw in a couple of well-known folders for size comparison.
I can tell how big one fixed blade is in comparison to one of the others, but without a common reference point I'm still just guessing.
For example that small Bark River may be the size of a Case Peanut or a GEC #23... no way to know for sure.
 

alliuse

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Very nice set of fixed blades. :cool::thumbsup:
Not being a fixed blade collector myself, it would be useful to throw in a couple of well-known folders for size comparison.
I can tell how big one fixed blade is in comparison to one of the others, but without a common reference point I'm still just guessing.
For example that small Bark River may be the size of a Case Peanut or a GEC #23... no way to know for sure.

Good thinking. Let me see what I can come up with.
 

Camillus

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Suwanee river knives. I think his avatar was nighthaxxen. He used to post in here a lot
 
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huntnfishin

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Alliuse nice collection! You might add a Ray Kirk pocket medicine if you stumble across one at a good price. Check them out. Very cool little fixed blades...
 

Old Engineer

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I’ve gotten into small fixed blades and it can be hard to wrap my mind around the actuall size of the knife (with just online specs). So I thought I would post some pics of my collection for size comparison. If you are interested in seeing specific knives side by side, let me know.

Arno Bernard
Meerkat
Gecko
Squirrel
Galago
Porcupine
Marabou
Fin & Fur
Fiddleback Forge
Runt
Pocket Ninja
Stubbymuk
Old School Karda
Esquire
Bark River Knives
EPK
Micro Canadian
Little Creek
City
Essential
PSK
Fingerling
L.T. Wright
Frontier First
Buckeye
Patriot
Frontier Valley
Small Workhorse
Bradford Knives
Guardian 3
Gallardo Knives
Sturgeon
Suwannee River Knife
Lime Cutter (1st knife - second pic)


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You certainly have some very nice Small Fixed Blades my friend .

Harry
 

Old Engineer

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Very nice set of fixed blades. :cool::thumbsup:
Not being a fixed blade collector myself, it would be useful to throw in a couple of well-known folders for size comparison.
I can tell how big one fixed blade is in comparison to one of the others, but without a common reference point I'm still just guessing.
For example that small Bark River may be the size of a Case Peanut or a GEC #23... no way to know for sure.
If you do not mind me butting in on his Very Fine Collection , I can help out a little John .
The Stags Left to Right are 73 , 73 , 72 , & 43
The Arno Bernards L to R are , Galago , Gecko , & Meekat


Harry
 
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