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Here's a thread to discuss edged weapons...knives, bayonets, machetes, axes, throwing knives and hatchets...if it holds an edge, post it here !!

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I collect mostly folders...here are a few of my favorites:

BOKER AK74




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Columbia River Knife & Tool

CRKT M16 by Kit Carson





Dimensions

Open Overall Length 9.25 inches
Closed Length 5.375 inches
Weight 5.7 ounces
Blade Length 3.875 inches
Thickness 0.14 inches
Material AUS 8
Blade HRC58-59
Finish Titanium Nitride
Grind Hollow StyleTanto Edge Triple-Point Serrations
Handle Material Aluminum
Liner 420J2
Lock Type Locking Liner
Safety System Auto-LAWKS
Carry System 4 Position Clip



CRKT K.I.S.S. by Ed Halligan




Dimensions

Open Overall Length 5.75 inches
Closed Length 3.5 inches
Weight 2.3 ounces
Blade Length 2.25 inches
Thickness 0.12 inches
Material 420J2
Blade HRC51-53
Finish Bead-Blast Grind
Chisel-Point Style Tanto
Handle Material 420J2
Lock Type Integral Frame Lock
Carry System 1 Position Clip
 

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Smith & Wesson

S&W Extreme OPs Urban Camo




S&W S.W.A.T. 1st Production Run




S&W S.W.A.T.

 

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Gerber

Gerber Paraframe I



Overall Length: 7.01"
Blade Length: 3.01"
Closed Length: 4.11"
Weight: 2.6 oz.
Lock Mechanism: Frame-lock
Blade Style: Clip Point
Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless
Blade Type: Serrated
Handle Material: Stainless Steel
Opening Style: One-handed opening
 

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Hen & Rooster

Hen & Rooster Bowie

Material: Solingen German Steel

Handle: Deer Stag

Length: 15 inch Blade

Place of Origin: Toledo, Spain



Conceived and hand-made in about 1845, the Hen & Rooster® brand had a modest beginning as the notion of Carl Bertram.
Mr. Bertram was a well known owner of a poultry business in Solingen, Germany where he began manufacturing his own line of cutlery.
Because of his association with the poultry industry in the surrounding communities, Bertram adopted the now famous Hen & Rooster® logo
to mark his brand in about 1865.
 

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Fixed blades

A couple of fixed blades I picked up in my travels around the country...






 

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These are 4 of the knives I got that I do like
 

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Kukri



The kukri (Devanagari: खुकुरी) (alternatively spelled khukri or khukuri) is a curved Nepalese knife, similar to the machete, used as both a tool and as a traditional weapon for the Nepalese people.

The blade's distinctive forward drop is intended to aid the cutting action by having the edge maintain an angle (rather like a guillotine) rather than just have a straight edge at right angles to the target, this angle provides a more "slicing" action similar to a draw-cut with a machete or sabre.
 

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Bayonets



The M1942 Bayonet was designed to be used with the .30 caliber U.S. Rifle M1, or M1 Garand. The blade is 16 inches (40.6 cm) long and the handle is 4 inches (10.1 cm) long.

The M1942 is an exact copy of the M1905 bayonet, which was made for the .30 caliber U.S. Rifle Model 1903. Variants of the M1903 rifle were produced during World War I and World War II by Springfield Armory, Remington Arms, Rock Island Arsenal, and Smith-Corona Typewriter.

In 1943, the U.S. Army decided a shorter bayonet would be better, so as many of the M1905/1942s as possible were recalled, had their blades cut down to 10 inches, and were reissued. These shortened bayonets, along with the newly made 10-inch bayonets, are called M1 bayonets.
 

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Bayonets



AKM Type 2 Yugoslavian bayonet ( M70 series )

(when paired with matching numbered resin scabbard forms a wire cutter)
 

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Bayonets



The M7 Bayonet is used by the U.S. Military for the M16 Rifle. Introduced in 1964, it first seen action during the Vietnam War.
 

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The Benchmade ones are the best ones but they cost a lot more. Just make sure they have no pot mettle in them and that they are all steal construction
 

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Survival

Survival Knife with compass and hollow handle that holds fishing line, hooks, and saw. Sheath holds a wet stone...





 
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