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Knives

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

  1. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    here is a link that tells us a little bit about the maker:

    http://adressbuecher.genealogy.net/entry/show/675966

    Petersdorf is in Germany....about 4 hours away from solingen, germany where a lot of blades/knives were produced for WW2 and still to this day. (Petersdorf is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany.)


    under the link i sent, it says that Ducksch was a "kaufmann" which means "businessman" in german.
     
  2. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    the music note looking thing is probably the maker's stamp.
     
  3. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    yeah, im not racist at all either, but i just like knowing the history of things....really old things...thats why i watch shows like antique roadshow and pawn stars on tv...lol.

    last time i went to the antique store (about a month ago), i saw a nazi pin they used to give out to German women when they had a certain number of babies.

    so if you had 3 aryan kids, you'd get a pin....4 aryan kids, you'd get a nicer pin, and so on....the more kids you'd have, the nicer the pin would be...this was a way to promote increasing birth rate among aryan men and women...through nationalism.


    see the 2 pictures under [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]"Mother's Cross [/FONT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif](Mutterkreuz)" at this link:

    http://www.nobeliefs.com/mementoes.htm
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  4. ink face

    ink face Elite Member

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    it's the Kershaw Knockout 1870.
     
  5. pertplus1

    pertplus1 Veteran Member

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    [​IMG]


    Ended up buying one of these. USA made, better steel, smaller, lighter, and sharper than the Tenacious. Liking it a lot more.
     
  6. KILZ FILLZ

    KILZ FILLZ Moderator Crew

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    Bought a cheap Cold Steel machete from an army surplus store today

    Broker her in real proper reclaiming an over grown spot I found


    Didn't get a before pic

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  7. pertplus1

    pertplus1 Veteran Member

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    Bought a Kershaw Blur in S30v steel as an early bday present to myself.
     
  8. ~KRYLON2~

    ~KRYLON2~ 12oz Loyalist

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    I've always liked my kabar, its not fancy but it i use it all the time at work
     
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