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shootist - Is that an Omega watch you got there?

 

Frow left to right, vintage Seiko 6309 diver, very popular with grunts.

Bottom, Tudor military dialed sub, not mil issue, this is the civy version.

Far right, Rolex Seadweller, Water proof to 1200 meters!, yes, its real.

(im millitant in my opinion of fake watches, they should all be destroyed!)

IN the middle is my own creation, I make these for a living.

They are called Hands of Time productions, or HOT for short. This is the XO5 Model.

My watch website is in my profile if you like watches.

 

Thanks for asking,

Cheers,

Randall

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it's blade is capabal of splitting a bullet that has been fired at it at close

Strictly for the sake of nit picking: the knife they used to split a .45 ACP FMJ bullet-repeatedly-was the Tigershark. Same basic shape, but at the time it was 440A stainless, while the Trident was AUS8A. I have little doubt that the Trident would be able to do at least as well, although there might be more edge chipping depending on edge profile.

The stuff I have pics of:

Blackjack Mamba 7L with the edge reprofiled to a modified hamaguri-ba (rolled) edge, and the famous TAG Challenge Wallet. Some teams have coins, we have wallets.

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My EDC's:

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Close up of my factory engraved Boa:

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One of my favorite pics of my Skirmish:

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You sure the Rolex isn't 1200 feet cos my Omega seamaster diving watch goes to 1200 feet, I agree fke watches should all be destroyed along with fake sun glasses

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You sure the Rolex isn't 1200 feet cos my Omega seamaster diving watch goes to 1200 feet, I agree fke watches should all be destroyed along with fake sun glasses

 

To be exact, its 4000FT, or 1220 M

 

I`m reading it off the dial now, LOL.

 

Regards,

Randall

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Resurrect the thread!

 

Personally I always carry an opinel #7 for general use.... cost me £5 about 3 years ago and it just keeps getting sharper :D

 

also in my collection:

a prussian military sword - unknown date or make/model :(

a slim indian sword (circa 1910)

numerous sheath knives including WW2 era kukri, a 1920s(ish) arab knife (kri?)

and my personal favourite a WW2 era burmese knife... beautiful and functional

 

by no means a complete list... just some of my favourites :)

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I have one nice leatherman from my dad. The rest are $5 dollar knives that stay sharp for a year. After that I go to another gun show, buy a new knife and the old goes into storage. I am also going to be purchasing a 5 1/4" kabar with 2" of serations for camping and hiking.

For swords I have a german wald sword that is a reproduction an antique, a cheap celtic sword and a germanic gothic axe. I will also be purchasing a nice irish dirk to wear to my sisters wedding with my kilt.

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how can i get more global space?

it says this when i try and add one picture...

 

THE FOLLOWING ERROR(S) WERE FOUND

The total filespace required to upload all the attached files is greater than your per post or global limit. Please reduce the number of attachments or the size of the attachments.

 

how can i post my pics?

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Not sure if they are considered knives but they are sharp!  :D

 

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hey far east, are they actual samurai swords? or are they replicas?

 

here is my dads...

 

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its from the 16th or 18th century (i forget... :rolleyes: )

 

and here is my smle bayonet, on the smle...

 

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and off

 

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a bit OT, but does anybody know where on the net could I find desert storm commemorative John Ek knive? my father askedme to look after one, but I don't know good knive site...

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Here's a couple of pictures of me dads (ever changing) knife collection :)

 

Ranging from a bloody huge Kukri down to a small custom Scandinavian knife :blink:

 

theres a fair few of em and he's not long just had another couple too, so i'll try to get a few pictures of them along with some of mine...

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I have tones of knives and a few swords unfortunitly not many photos u.u

 

anyhow not a brilliant pic but u get a good size comparision to the m9

its an unamed tang commando knife

 

 

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Only got bayonets.

 

Nothing special but meh.

 

Sorry some of the images aren't all that sharp (no pun intended)

 

AK74 Plum Bayonet (quite hard to get hold of most of them are black)

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v206/eddy_bee/d0a5c96f.jpg

 

AK74 bayonet wire cutters (same feature on the AKM one)

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v206/eddy_bee/46e84f06.jpg

 

AKM/Early AK74 Bayonet.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v206/eddy_bee/c0c4bc0d.jpg

 

AKM and AK74 bayonets in scabbard.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v206/edd...Bayonets012.jpg

 

Not really a knife but nevertheless:

 

 

My Leatherman Wave limited editon Black... The best thing i have ever bought!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v206/eddy_bee/cc906e9d.jpg

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v206/eddy_bee/c793161e.jpg

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