What is your Favorite Knife? - Page 3




 
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August 18th, 2004  
Sea_Cadet
 
Favourite knife will always be the Kbar knife, but a Gurkha knife is very nice.

the M1905 Bayonet is a favourite

the blade is 16 inches long.
August 19th, 2004  
Rocky_Raccoon
 
Cold Steel Safe Keeper II its a double sided push dagge w/4" blade simple yet effective....

http://www.coldsteel.com/fixed-blades-safe-keeper.html
August 19th, 2004  
1217
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rocky_Raccoon
Cold Steel Safe Keeper II its a double sided push dagge w/4" blade simple yet effective....

http://www.coldsteel.com/fixed-blades-safe-keeper.html
Double edged weapons are illegal here....
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December 4th, 2005  
sven hassell
 
 
XSF-1 dagger made by M.O.D.
December 5th, 2005  
Missileer
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rampage
Just wondering what everyone liked as in Knifes. Im looking into getting one and getting it engraved for my brother-Inlaw. I was looking at
these ones. http://www.ontarioknife.com/specplus_pg1.html I dont know if you can Engrave Carbon knifes? anyone know. anyways. if you have any cool sites that sell cool knifes and/or engraving a knife let me know. thanks.
Here are two sites that give you a problem, picking a knife. Don't get stuck on a brand, choose what you would use if you were in his place. My carry knife is a custom job by a local knifesmith (overpriced). I ordered a straight D2 steel, epoxy powder coat, tanto style point, half serrated blade. Anything over 5-6 inches is not necessary, he put a 6 inch on mine. The handle material is a composite like Kraton and the hilt and pommel are steel also powder coated. I ordered a scabbard from a place on the web that is a ballistic nylon cloth with leather leg tie downs.

Anything can be etched now, most everything is laser cut, it's much better than engraving. Some of these dealers are giving military discounts, it won't hurt to ask. Thank your Brother-in-Law for me for his service.

https://www.kabar.com/index.jsp
December 15th, 2005  
major liability
 
 
I like the new Marine bayonet, OKC3S (Ontario Knife Company 3 Serrated).

I also like the Bundeswehr knife KM2000.

And nothing will mess up your enemy worse than a Gurkha Kukri in your off hand for when your handgun runs dry.
December 15th, 2005  
Chief Bones
 
 
I like:

A 12 inch - "Split Blade" Double Bladed Kris Knife (wavy). (Looking for one - will probably have to order from Knifesmith.

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Presently have 5 inch "Split Blade" - Single Bladed Conventional Dagger (straight).

(and)

14 inch Blade - Double Edged rapier style dagger (designed to be used with one handed sword).

(and)

12 inch Blade - Survival Knife - Single edge - sawback edge - compass handle with survuval equipment in handle (needle & thread, hook and fishing line, matches and "mini-saw" rope to be used with a branch as a saw).

I also own a Naval Enlisted Cutlass and a 30 inch Double Edged two handed sword.

Am looking to buy a 45 in long sword of the Excaliber class of broadswords.
December 15th, 2005  
Warwick
 
Mine that I carry are a Leatherman wave and out bush on ops the Peter Jensen EVO Survival Tool.
December 15th, 2005  
AussieNick
 
To be honest my fav is the good old reliable M16 Bayonet that I first learnt the bayonet course with. So reliable and simple.

BUT, I do like the M9 bayonet very much....

As you can probably guess I'm not much of one for fancy folding knives or big rambo hunting knives. I only take my bayonet and my issue clasp knife in the field, I don't see the point when they do everything I want.