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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by TwitchyBlade, Jun 11, 2010.
"crap i brought a knife to a gun fight again"
"Professional" what? Assclowns?
Oh dang, that reminds me! If this is in the thread somewhere already I must have missed it...
Thanks to whoever started this thread. I've pretty much got my Xmas list done already.
I used to have one of those. Truly terrible quality.
Wait, is that a RE-recurve? I am at a loss as to what kind of mind thought that made sense.
Given the placement of the knife and the lovely coif , I'm guessing professional barber.
Two re-recurves don't make a right... :thumbup:
There should be a "law" against making these:
Can't. Let. This. Thread. Die.... :thumbup:
When we were kids guys used to take out the comb, and replace it with razor blades. Good times.
Nice. :thumbup: All I know is the quality (if you can even call it that) on the new versions of these is terrible; $5.00 wasted on the last one I bought. It doesn't stay closed at all... :thumbdn::foot::grumpy:
I've always thought these were kind of goofy:
What a creation...
Depends. Does she wear the gas mask during... other activities?
This one has a rear rifle sight on it by the looks of it... :foot:
Forward and aft booger flicker placement holes:
S&W should of called this one the hot spot due to the handle design...
I'm sure it's very well made and everything, but my first reaction to it was "where is the rest of the blade?"
Yep, looks like a broken blade. Who buys these things.
Nice Colt though.....looks too big to be a '17. Maybe a Police Positive....?
^^^ OMG. That is horrible. How that made it from concept to reality is scary...
More sculpture than knife IMHO:
Vroom, vroom; chop, chop; stab, stab...
Gimmicky, yet desirable.
Those actually look kind of neat, the top one seems to be the most useful. I think the wife would like these.
Also, that Spiderman tanto, wow. It definitely takes the prize for world's tackiest desk knife.
This actually looks to me like a modern interpretation of the ulu; that's something I can respect.
I agree; number 1 or 3 would still be serviceable as a decent knife... :thumbup:
Nah, it's a hardcorebushcraftoperator tool; not a modern ulu. :thumbup: