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My little list wasn't manufacturers that ONLY made knives in the USA, simple a few of those whose product line included USA-made models, as Neo said.
You want to sell knives, and frankly if you can't figure out how to do it here you probably aren't mature enough to own knives. This is the best...
It literally does answer your question. Are you here to troll?
Don't worry about it, similar threads really aren't a big deal. If it's a big deal, mods will merge them.
Carry on friend.
My grail at the moment is a genuine theater modified Ka-Bar.
Fortytwoblades's stuff is good advice.
Lots of good advice in this thread by very patient people.
Take the advice, make a half-decent ad and see what happens.
Best bet is a small belt grinder.
The simpler, classic designs are tried and true. They work
The flashy new stuff is near sometimes though
Because the more people here that see how unintelligent and seemingly unstable you are, the less likely you are to sell a knife on this forum.
Bear & Son
No one seeing you post is going to even consider purchasing from you, so you should either stop replying and just post an ad, or go elsewhere.
I'd go with Case
That weight is comforting and warm.
Yep and the same old steel. To each their own, but jeez.
I don't see a problem with that. If he didn't necro, someone would have gone "if you just search we've covered this 100 times", so there's no...
I prefer Brosnan and Craig, but Connery was a close third.
That thing would be so much at home in the Pacific theater of WW2.