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    Posted 4 years ago

    whyatt
    (63 items)

    I had some of these knives posted earlier, but didn't add them to my collections, so I decided to post them all together to add them. im too lazy to edit the model #s right now, but I will later if some one has an interest in that.

    these are my fav brand of knives, they all get razor sharp with just a little work. just the right temper on the steel has surely repeated itself on these knives.

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    Comments

    1. NevadaBlades, 4 years ago
      Now, these are some fine lookin' blades, Andy!
    2. pops52 pops52, 4 years ago
      Quite a nice collection!
    3. whyatt whyatt, 3 years ago
      thanks for the love guys !

      oroyoroyisthatyourhorse , ive tried to return the love on yr knives , but the function isn't working . don't know whats going on there . they are fantastic !
    4. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      Hey whyatt, I don't know how i missed this group that you posted some great knives though! :^D
      I think you're thinking of Roycroftbooksfromme1(Roy's knives) though, for the missed love! :^)
    5. whyatt whyatt, 3 years ago
      thanks bill . maybe they'll get it fixed directly . ive sent them an e-mail on the issue , ive given away a few of these knives , but I still have most of them . that ol rhino knife is like having a hatchet by your side . its fantastic trimming tree limbs out of my stands . ive put it through heck and its still tight and sharp .

      they are some really durable knives for sure . these knives date from the very late 40s to around 1970 from all ive seen . they were very common during viet nam , well , the last versions any way . the old bone handled versions date to the late 40s through the end of the 50s . after that , most had synthetic handles and built to fight .
    6. whyatt whyatt, 3 years ago
      these are all EDGE BRAND knives from Solingen .

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