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Old 03-12-2017, 10:51 PM
BSOTA BSOTA is offline
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New to collecting

I recently inherited a few knives that belonged to my Father in Law. Nothing too fancy but a few old buck knives, a Keen Kutter, and a Carl Schlieper. It has really raised my interest in collecting more. Don't think I have the budget right now to go all out custom but I am looking for suggestions on things to look for to help get me started. I really like traditional folding knives but I am really open to a lot of things. Newbie here please help!!
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Old 05-22-2019, 02:36 PM
Farkus Farkus is offline
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There is a lot of options. I mostly collect military knives but some utility ones too. At one point I even had it made for me and since then I collect custom ones too. I had it made here: I also recommend getting into saber and sword collecting and attending some metalwork class to see how they are made.
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