This is a discussion on Mister Mills' Page within the Off Topic Discussion forums, part of the Off Topic category; Read my remarks, if you would please. I have an economic genius streak in me. Click that link for a real read. https://www.glockforum.net/forum/gun...tml#post319817...
Read my remarks, if you would please. I have an economic genius streak in me. Click that link for a real read.
Last edited by MisterMills357; 12-24-2019 at 02:20 PM.
[I had this over on another thread, and I figured I would transfer it to here.]
Yeah, I got it at the Wagon Wheel Flea Market on Park Blvd in Saint Petersburg. It is a brute too, and it took an edge, with no trouble, so you never know. A good deal is a good deal, in my book.
I got it for inside of the house defense, and I will split a skull with it, if I have to. So, anyway, here is hoping that it never happens. But, I think that I will prove my machismo, by chopping down a small sapling or something. I already have the knife, so I gotta do something with it. That thing has a 10 inch blade, with mild rust, and that kind of steel takes a good edge.
Last edited by MisterMills357; 12-24-2019 at 02:13 PM.
I saw a guy do this once, and he did a back flip. He was a Green Beret show-off in my last NG unit; he was in fact the 1st Sgt, of my battalion, the 2/19 in Ceredo WV.
I think that we were over Camp Williams, UT: or it mighta been at Fort Puke, LA. I am old now, and I am all messed up, from diabetes, so I gets my details wrong sometimes.
Anyhow, he hobbled when he walked, due to his joints being all used up from packing 100 pound rucksacks. But, he still had some grit in him, and he was no one to under-estimate either.
He was about 5'8", and had more guns that I did; and I had 8 or 9 at that time. Here is what I had re-enforced by my time in SF, pay attention and call everyone sir.
You don't know who they are, so be respectful; because you can be a clod any time that you choose to be, after you learn them; because they might be a clod too.
But, not everyone is that.
These are locales of my old SF battalion.......2nd Battalion 19th SFG (A):::::: Located in West Virginia, Ohio, and Rhode Island
And the 19th Group is scattered from the East Coast, all the way out to California. It picked up battalions, when the Army NG was downsized, in the 1990's-2000's.
PS: The Ranger battalion that was located in Michigan, was cut, and they are no more. My whole Group was nearly cut, but I prayed and another NG Group was skewered instead. And they are history now, because I prayed for the 19th to survive.
Last edited by MisterMills357; 12-26-2019 at 10:12 AM.
I posted a blurb about the 19th SFG(A); then I posted Zepparella; and then Gary Allen "Watching Airplanes". I am a whore, and I tramp around all over.
Then I uploaded a pic of some girl meat, over there on my Twitter-whoring-around-page.
Last edited by MisterMills357; 12-26-2019 at 10:52 AM.
Here is my thinking on this one, it is just what you need, when you need a killing knife. Because this kind would do it, and it is priced at $90 with free S&H.
I am of the opinion that a pitbull would not stand a chance against it. Neither would his gangster owner, for that matter.
Schrade 152OT Old Timer Sharpfinger Fixed 3.5" Blade, Delrin Handles
Swinging over to a small one, I have always liked the way that a Sharp Finger looks, since it is pretty small. It is a direct contrast to that big-mojo Condor I guess.
The site calculated that it would cost $4 S&H. And you know, it might be worth it to have it shipped, the crowds no-a-days seem to be made up of Bozo's off-spring.
Buck Knives Stockman w/ Three Blades and Woodgrain Handle, 3.875" Closed - 5718
This is a Buck Stockman-style, I had one of these, and they are really handy. They take a keen edge easily, and they slip into a watch pocket, of a pair of blue jeans. They are easy to lose though, I lost mine, it was tiny, and almost diminutive; it would make a good ladies/kids knife, IMHO.
Case Work Series Small Stockman 2.625" Jigged Brown Synthetic Handles (6333 SS) - 00081
This Case is more like the knife that I had, these little devils can cut, so don't let the small size fool you. But it does cost about $40, which seems like a lot to me, but you get what you pay for.
Last edited by MisterMills357; 12-30-2019 at 11:09 AM.