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I know this is a Glock site, but would love to see a "show and tell" of other members favorite knives. These are my favorites from my CRKT collection. I would love to see a nice S.O.G. collection out there somewhere. Thanks in advance! :)
 
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Very nice.

I'm just getting into blades. So far I have a Spyderco, Kershaw, Gerber, Cold Steel and Ka-Bar - really like them all!
 

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I collect Spyercos, have about a dozen and swith the one I am carrying everyday. I'll have to get around to taking a pic.
 

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I collect Spyercos, have about a dozen and swith the one I am carrying everyday. I'll have to get around to taking a pic.
Looking forward to seeing them! :)
 

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I have over 470 knives in my collection, which started way back in in the 60's, when I got out of Uncle Sams service for good. The wife does not like me to even mention the knives but she if fine with our gun collection.
 

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Once upon a time ('back in the day' as they say) I had one of the nicest collections of Randall-Made knives on the east coast. Then I had my first heart attack; and, after I recovered and began to appreciate my own mortality, I looked at my beautiful wife and said to myself, 'Self, don't turn that woman into another, 'gun shop widow'!' (You know what I mean: The sort of woman who walks into a local gun shop with an armload of her deceased husband's, 'toys' and, then, ends up getting thoroughly financially raped by an overheated and salivating gun shop owner! Yes, I've seen it happen; and more than once, too.) :D

So, over the past seven years I've very significantly pared down and sold off, I'd say about, 65% of all my personal toys, as well as all of my extensive personal inventory of both Dillon and RCBS reloading equipment. (It is just time; and, truthfully, I've sold everything for some very good prices - Certainly better than any LGS would have given, 'the little woman with an armload of guns, knives and reloading equipment'!)
 

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I used to be real big into knives. Had collections of Mad Dogs, Busse, Bawidamann, and Spydercos. I sold most of them off. I just can't see having "collectible" guns or knives. I kept the ones I like best, cause I still use em.
I think the only regret I have is I had the original full line of Spyderco when they came out in the early 90s.
 

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I had a collection of Glock knives for a while then one of my sons came to visit.
 

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I had a collection of Glock knives for a while then one of my sons came to visit.
I have the Glock knives too... all 6 of them. I've been using them lately to scrape the ice off my bedroom windows. Today's a warm one though - 11 degrees.
 

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I've been collecting for the past few years. My collection has Spyderco, Benchmade, Emerson, CRK, etc. Emerson is my go to for most carry
 

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About a year or so ago, Indiana legalized the possession and carry of automatic (switch) knives. I have seen a number I would like to buy, but damn are the good ones expensive! :p
 

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Actually, I looked at my knife again, and the above one is a little different. I actually bought THIS one.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014D2FBS6/ref=s9_acsd_hps_bw_c_x_3

When I got it, it came with a drop point blade like the above blade, and Not the Tano Blade. I actually read that in a couple of the reviews before I got it and was prepared to be happy with either one. I personally do like the Drop Point Blade better.
 
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