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Bucknuck? More like nyuk, nyuk, hey Moe.
The Tactical Chicken does not approve.
Buck Knives offers a selection of American-made knives that meet most of your requirements and sell at a reasonable price.
Thanks for the review and good job on the lamb's foot modification. It's a nice enough knife, but I think I'll stick with my old-school...
Cats carry OTF automatics, 18 of them.
Case QC, you say? I think it all depends on just how precisely manufactured you expect your knife to be. This canoe has a shield and one pin...
Can you get $310 worth of enjoyment from it? If you have to think before you answer that, then it might not be worth it.
Thank you, I hope you enjoy it.
I said that if I buy another knife, then one has to go. Well... this is a new-in box Moki, three inch blade and four inches closed, that I have...
My next perfect knife is in the mail as I write this.
Vincent Black Shadow and a Case.
Boris is chillin' after breakfast. Might look out the window later, or just take a nap. Haven't decided yet.
I paid a dollar at an estate sale for this oddity. The only stamp is on the ear spoon(?) where is says Czechoslovakia. The blade is flat ground,...
I had a Folsom a few years back and it was a fine knife, if maybe a pricey. I, as well, am not so chuffed with their marketing, in a way it's...
I carry my Brisa Necker on my belt. I can't stand things around my neck, like necklaces or apron straps.
At one time, every knife manufacturer made a knife similar to a Buck 110 and many people called them Buck knives, regardless of who made them. I...