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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Sniper X, Dec 22, 2008.
Indo-Persian Charay Khyber knife I believe.
I've never seen one made into dagger, but I really like hose spear point versions. That may be a good idea for an order.
A couple of Spydercos:
It was made by Elrond in Rivendell, Oklahoma. Master blade makers.
If the Puma White Hunter is an original older one, it is worht some serious dough now! I had one in the early 1960s and wish I still had it because I would be able to sell it for enough to buy six or eight nice new knives, or keep it for my son.
I've had it at least 30 years or more.
Unless they built it in the middle east back in the late 70's I don't think so. I worked at ARCO back then & the guy that got it for my friend traveled over in those parts back in the 70's & 80's.
Thinking about buying a SOG Twitch II serrated edge for EDC. http://www.amazon.com/SOG-Specialty...361491637&sr=8-1&keywords=sog+twitch+ii+twi98
Seems small and light enough for pocket carry. I haven't had an assisted opener before and figured I'd give it a try.
If anybody here has any comments or experience with this knife they'd like to share I'd appreciate it.
Just got this..... Kind of "showy" for me but I'm really digging it.
a hundred times better than the klingon folding combat ninja tanto daggers that seem to be in tacticool vogue at present.
Can I get an AMEN!!
There's a place for everything, and the place for this is in my pocket. Beautiful knife, congrats!
Thanks guys. I have to admit to owning a mall ninja knife or two, but I try to balance them out with some classier ones.. Haha.
Sweet! Who is the maker? Looks kind of like an Alan Davis but he usually puts his name on the blade.
Another lefty with the mini Griptillian. I do prefer the older round hole version to the newer oval hole version though...
Good eye - it is Alan Davis. You can see his name on the blade in the second to last pic I believe, but it is hard to see.
Cool. I've been keeping my eye out for one of his. I am curious how the alabama damascus performs. You are going to EDC this one?
It will definitely be in the rotation. Will report back after some use.
Beautiful knife, but pricey no doubt. I have a couple of nice knives, but I'm afraid to lose them or scratch them so I don't carry them.
Makes no sense, not even to me.
Do any of you knife knuts have the Great Eastern #6 Pemberton yet? Its a little Coke bottle slipjoint about the size of a Case Peanut. That's the one I want next.