Cornteen

GeofS

“Nostra-bladus”
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Funny how contagious the sickness is :thumbsup::thumbsup: I don’t think there’s a cure :D
Indeed. Three years of collecting (and this picture is 8 months old):
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Sorry I misspoke before knifes in order since all of this Cornteen began Kabar BK14, Kabar 119 and BK16ffg same order, BK62 Kephart, BK16 Sabre grind and then my BK2FDE.

The BK14 was bought then I found the BK&T faceplace page. Then the other were bought after being on there. Then I started looking and joined here the forum and then bought the BK2.

Meanwhile I thought forum were mostly gone because I hadn’t been on a Jeep or Previously to that an Xterra forum in a very long time.
These were all purchased during the pandemic (probably about five more not pictured):
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TKC makes a G10 "extended izula handle" that doesn't take much to fit to the BK14.
They’re pretty awesome too (on the top blade):
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Jonny1280

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3X the thanks. :D
I need to buy a Becker cornteen knife. I think you talked me into it Bkg.
That and FALER’s BK 18 porn on that sweet Aero set up.
Done deal!
 

Mass1632

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Yep, I go from rifles to handguns to knives for approx. 6 months to a year or 2 on each over the last 20 years. I've added reloading into the mix and once for about 2 years, Woodcase pencils. I could think of worse things to be addicted to.

I do it pretty similar, every 6 months or so ill flip back and forth from guns and knives. Ill spend too much on knives and decide i could be spending this on guns. Then i spend too much on guns. Then i run across a knife i want and then the itch is back. And down the rabbit-hole i go.

Right now, im focused on getting my newish vepr in 6.5 grendel running how i want it. Ill probably get side tracked and jump back into buying knives before im totally settled with it though. I just cant be buying anymore guns for awhile. That rabbit-hole really pits ya in the hole.
 
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