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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-29-2011, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
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More Millitary/Survival Knives

The Pilot knife thread is a good one and got me thinking about some in my collection. Who has any Military or Survival Knives they want to share?
Here are some BuckMasters, a Ka-Bar, a Buck Bayonet and a Jimmy Lile Sly II.

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Re: More Millitary/Survival Knives

on the Buckmasters, what are the pointy, cylindrical things coming out of the handguard? Nice buncha' knives.
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They screw on and off, with the bottom one on it acts like a hand guard but I think they are made to be like a "grappling hook". Now who in the blazes would chuck a knife up into a tree in the hopes that it catches a branch..........?? Possibly in the sheath though??

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I bought the first one and it had a compass built into the inside of the cap on the handle, then they stopped making them like that and gave a compass in one of the pouches. I like to collect Buck Knives so I HAD to have one of each! LOL

Here is a good article about them.
http://buck-184.com/

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Here are just a Few of Mine; Right SEAL TEAM and Middle is the KaBar I carried in Country Nam with a Custom made sheath and the is a NAVY MK V Divers knife............


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Beauties! Thanks for sharing.

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