Just ordered a Chris Reeve Mnandi
Only if you count swords as knifes. Which, in some cases, you should (for example the 15th/16th century German 'grosse messer' or 'big knife').
I have no idea where this fearsome object came from but it has been in our family for several generations.
I hope and pray that I never have to use it in anger.
Yes, Gerbers! They feel so great in the hand.
...kitchen knives. Oh.
(I have more but can't find the pictures quickly.)
There is some love for kitchen knives here, so don't hold back posting!
My Japanese knife collection. I use daily depending on what I am cooking.
Pocket knives, minus ones I keep in driver side pockets of each vehicle I own.
That's awesome. Those Gerber steak knives are like scalpels. It took a few times to get used to them.
I have this and several others:
just a few, the smallest of the three, the Puma Tec is my companion while on leisure travel, the Spyderco goes with me when working outdoors and in the field, and the Fällkniven is a recent acquisition..
Here are some I can still find in my drawers. (Sold some, gave away many over the years.) There are at least 20 more somewhere in my room....
Following Time Exposure's line, there is only one knife...
A few I finished a few years back (my contributions limited to making the handle/guard and putting on the edge).
Nice blades posted I have a few knifes nothing special. Most of the time I have a small pen knife in my pocket. Looking through my photo's I found a few knifes For my hunting and survival/diver knifes I have a Randall, Marbles, Kabar and a custom made knife I forget the maker. Other than utilitarian uses I'm not that into knifes.
The old Victorinox has bailed me out more times that I care to remember. She has served me well.
A few vintage classics -
New addition, a true gentlemans knife
That flame was responsible for that explosion?
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