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Default Photos of a few Knives

These are some of the knives that I use, some more than others;
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The fillet knives are a 9" Eagle River & a 12" Kershaw. I use the Kershaw.

The stag Horn is a Damascus Steel that I have had for about ten years, I carry that on my fishing pack, very sharp steel.
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The knife with the green anodized handle is a Benchmade Osborn Axis with a Tanto point. My everyday carry and a beautiful piece of machining.
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The workhorse of the bunch is my Gerber speed blade. I have pounded it down through the lids of cans of Alpo dog food and then sawed them open with it and it still takes an edge.
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The other steel handled knife is a Ken Onion Leek made by Kershaw. It is also an assisted opening blade and very well honed. I have a few more around here and will add one to the thread now and then.
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