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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ken View Post
    I seem to always have one on my list to get and after getting it I say I'm all done now, until I see something else of course, I also have one I've been eyeing for a long time, Buck 110 Auto, I'm one of those guys who always think there's a better deal out there and will wait, I've been waiting a long time because I'm sure I'll find a good deal one day, and I'm still waiting.....

    https://www.buckknives.com/search?q=110+auto
    A Buck will last you your whole life, a sweet knife. I've been wanting one too LOL. Be sure to use the sheath and not your pocket... no safety on these. And unlike cheapo switchblades opening in your packet, this could take your junk with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratMaster View Post
    A Buck will last you your whole life, a sweet knife. I've been wanting one too LOL. Be sure to use the sheath and not your pocket... no safety on these. And unlike cheapo switchblades opening in your packet, this could take your junk with it.
    There is a Hardware store just down the road a piece from MG and I called Motts. Their claim to fame is a very large collection of Buck knives for sale. They claim to be the largest in Texas. I don't know, one whole half of the store is filled with nothing but cases of knives. I have yet to roam freely among them as I have had more pressing needs when we were there, but one day..............................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prepared One View Post
    There is a Hardware sore just down the road a piece from MG and I called Motts. There claim to fame is a very large collection of Buck knives for sale. They claim to be the largest in Texas. I don't know, one whole half of the store is filled with nothing but cases of knives. I have yet to roam freely among them as I have had more pressing needs when we were there, but one day..............................
    If you see one of these, let me know. I’ll send you the money to buy it, and you can mail it to me.Click image for larger version. 

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    This place seems to have pretty good prices on just about everything you might ever want...

    https://www.knifecenter.com/shop/knives
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prepared One View Post
    There is a Hardware sore just down the road a piece from MG and I called Motts. There claim to fame is a very large collection of Buck knives for sale. They claim to be the largest in Texas. I don't know, one whole half of the store is filled with nothing but cases of knives. I have yet to roam freely among them as I have had more pressing needs when we were there, but one day..............................
    Wow! You and MG should make a nice afternoon of it there together. Just bring some cash, and leave all bank cards home... or you'll walk out of there needing a cart LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratMaster View Post
    Yeah, those old ones are junk... but highly collectable and worth some $$$. The newer ones being made by outfits like Benchmade or MicroTech are quite stout, and actually have high quality steel in the blade.

    Funny about different state laws. The Federal law banned their import, and the transferring across state lines in the Switchblade act of 1958. We got around that by following one of the exceptions in the act: being "bona fide" dealers to law enforcement and military personnel, units, departments, and agencies. We required a photocopy agency, military, or department ID.


    Similar things would occur at the Soldier of Fortune show in Vegas every year. Agents there surrounded by all sorts of class III weapons, and their panties all in a twist over switchblades LOL.

    The individual states made their own crazy laws. Here in Oregon, you can manufacture them, buy them, sell them, and collect them... just not carry it LOL.

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    My cousin was a rebel, leather motorcycle jacket, engineer boots, Oilzum cap, jeans,

    (which were not allowed in our schools)and his switchblade knife,

    What made him look real tough was his scarred up face from going through the windshield of his 1949 Ford.

    Told everyone the scars were from knife fighting and that he won every fight!

    The Marines straightened him out, got out of the marines and used the GI bill to get an education,

    he had the facial scars removed with plastic surgery, I did not recognize him after the surgery, looked normal.

    Became an engineer in charge of maintenance for Northrup Aircraft facilities, he did marry the Northrup vice presidents daughter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SOCOM42 View Post
    My cousin was a rebel, leather motorcycle jacket, engineer boots, Oilzum cap, jeans,

    (which were not allowed in our schools)and his switchblade knife,

    What made him look real tough was his scarred up face from going through the windshield of his 1949 Ford.

    Told everyone the scars were from knife fighting and that he won every fight!

    The Marines straightened him out, got out of the marines and used the GI bill to get an education,

    he had the facial scars removed with plastic surgery.

    Became an engineer in charge of maintenance for Northrup Aircraft facilities, he did marry the Northrup vice presidents daughter.

    I wont discuss my dealings with SOF people, Peter Cocalis and Col. brown a few decades ago. that is another story.
    Small world eh? My little brother is retired from Northrup, as I likely mentioned before, but still consults. He has a degree in physics, but worked mostly as an engineer...he developed optics for the military satellites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkyprep View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratMaster View Post
    Wow! You and MG should make a nice afternoon of it there together. Just bring some cash, and leave all bank cards home... or you'll walk out of there needing a cart LOL.
    Here's them... and they've already got several K of our hard earned.

    https://store.tkcknives.com/

    (For grins & drooling, click on their 'Site Map' link.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainGirl View Post
    Here's them... and they've already got several K of our hard earned.

    https://store.tkcknives.com/

    (For grins & drooling, click on their 'Site Map' link.)
    Wow! OK, one of you scoot over, I'm coming along too.

    I used to do the OKCA knife show in Eugene every year... biggest knife show west of the Rockies. Huge. At that yearly 3 day show, I would make thousands in sales. The trick is leaving the show with the money LOL. I usually bought at least one knife for myself... and I had expensive tastes. A Vallotton custom made switchblade could set you back 3 grand back then. I tried to stay away from their table.
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