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A good start to a knife collection. #4094992 03/02/13 10:40 PM
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I think I need an Izula next.

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Re: A good start to a knife collection. [Re: Chris42] #4105839 03/07/13 06:16 AM
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you might want to stop
right there before you
become addicted.

Re: A good start to a knife collection. [Re: maximum] #4105897 03/07/13 10:36 AM
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A few yrs. ago I got the bug and bought a bunch of knives and gave them as gifts, ect..then setup and made several which was a
chore, but fun..since I had some medical issues I slowed down but
it can be additive and fun..For hunting and skinning your top blade would prob. do it all and not wear a hole in your pocket..Most of the skinning straight blade knives I made had 3 in or shorter blades..DD

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Re: A good start to a knife collection. [Re: Don Dial] #4106172 03/07/13 02:32 PM
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Nice, now you need to add a few handmade customs. up


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Re: A good start to a knife collection. [Re: MikeC] #4109257 03/08/13 07:39 PM
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That Buck Vanguard will never let you down. It's a workhorse of a knife.

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Originally Posted By: Bowhunt Only
That Buck Vanguard will never let you down. It's a workhorse of a knife.


The first knife I bought as an adult was a Vanguard with the wood handle. Thought it was too pretty for hard use so I later bought the rubber handled one. It was one of the first mass produced knives with a little belly in the blade for skinning. Those knives are 20+ years old. I trade a lot of knives in and out of my pack but that Vanguard stays in it. smile


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