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Knives

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by DM!, Dec 12, 2007.

  1. KILZ FILLZ

    KILZ FILLZ Moderator Crew

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  2. Fist 666

    Fist 666 Moderator Crew

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  3. Cool_Hand

    Cool_Hand Elite Member

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    I keep a buck knife in my truck at all times as well as a mag light clipped to my drivers seat. You fella's keep anything in the truck (car) knife or weapon/defence related?
     
  4. KILZ FILLZ

    KILZ FILLZ Moderator Crew

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    Used to use a CLUB to lock.my steering wheel and kept it in mind as a last minute weapon








    Custom handmade knives

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  5. slowDown

    slowDown Member

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    Here is a few from the small collection i have amassed:

    I got this knife from my mother in law:

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    Up close on the date:

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    From my pops, who is a VN Vet respectfully:
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    Up Close Image:
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    Father's Day Gift from Wifey: Benchmade--
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    I have lurked in here for a bit but appreciate the wide range around here. I have some more and hopefully can contribute again...
     
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  6. Fist 666

    Fist 666 Moderator Crew

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    thanks for sharing
    I'd love to know more about that Walter Duckson knife, what does it say underneath 1937? looks like a made-in designator? mop beiersdorf xxx gb?

    it looks like a nazi stabbing knife...
     
  7. ink face

    ink face Elite Member

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    picked this up for cheap the other day, i like it, it's not so huge like the Buck was.

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    Also replaced my Gerber folder with this

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    Love that knife^^^
     
  8. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    it does look like a german bayonet...the ones ive seen in person (and the ones online) have had a swastika on them, and since it was made in 1937, it would be prior to world war 2 (but still under nazi rule).

    maybe it was a knife made for civilians since it was prior to the war.
    im interested in knowing a bit more about it as well.

    thanks for sharing!


    oh, and by the way, the name is Walter Ducksch not Duckson.
     
  9. ink face

    ink face Elite Member

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    i was holding a legit nazi bayonet last week, and it was swazzy-less. coulda bought it with the sheath and belt shoe for $125, kind of wish i had.
     
  10. Fist 666

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  11. Cool_Hand

    Cool_Hand Elite Member

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    I like that Kershaw ink face . . . and slowdown's wifey has good taste.
     
  12. pertplus1

    pertplus1 Veteran Member

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    what kershaw is that, inkface? too lazy to reverse image search.
     
  13. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    yeah, i googled ducksch too and found the same website.
    it was just taking forever to load and was making my computer lag :(


    there are a lot of replica nazi daggers, medallions, and pins...some websites try to pass these off to collectors as a scam.

    theres an antique shop i go to here in town that has an entire section dedicated to nazi pins and various daggers and knives from different wars...i wish i could take pictures and post them here, because there is some pretty cool stuff there every time i go, but pictures in the store aren't allowed and they have tons of security cameras and employees walking the store making sure nobody steals or takes flicks.
     
  14. Fist 666

    Fist 666 Moderator Crew

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    A friend of mine has a a bunch of rad nazi stuff. the coolest being an SS officer parade sword with full regalia. He's not even racist, just comes across cool stuff....
     
  15. slowDown

    slowDown Member

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    Thanks for the feedback fellas, the Ducksch is an interesting knife, and I know more about it now than I ever did. It's about a sixteen inch knife including the handle. There are some numbers stamped on the blade, though I do not know what they mean. One side says 254, and the other says 41 fze with a little symbol underneath that looks kind of like a music note. There is also something stamped into the back of the leather on the sheath though it's very unreadable. Looks like it says P186 I. Under the 1937 it looks like it says NGR PETERSDORF YRSGB. Not sure what any of it means though.

    You guys have definitely got me curious about though.

    I also have a knife from the Franklin Mint that was passed down to me. It's got a 4" blade, folding, and the head of the handle has a bald eagle carved into it. See if I can get a picture up.
     
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