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Winchester Pocket Knives

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by TSGB, Apr 4, 2006.

  1. TSGB

    TSGB 1 ton status

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    I'm still looking. :doah:

    How aboot this one? Good for gutting Canuckistanians?

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    Features a 3.50 in. 440C steel blade and a 4.56 in. anodized aluminum handle w/rubber inlay. Comes complete with a pocket clip.

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    SKU:726-6707 (6707)Weight:0.55Price:$23.10
     
  2. Resurrection_Joe

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    No... no no no no no

    Knives are an investment, just like firearms. You can get good deals, but you don't want polished poo
     
  3. TSGB

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    But I have less of a tendency to lose or destroy firearms. Not so with polished poo, WHICH HAPPENS TO FIT MY BUDGET!!!






    Don't be difficult. :D
     
  4. 87BrnRsd

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    I agree. Step up and get something good. I love my Columbia River Kinfe and Tool M16SF. Sorry about the $50, its all I had at the time. I picked it up at a local store near where I used to live for $99.99.
    -Harrison

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  5. SkulzNBonz

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    I like my S&W, good knife for the money. I wouldn't carry one if I didn't think it would take down a man after cutting 16 gauge wire. A putty knife is better , though.

    John
     
  6. beater_k20

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    i like my Winchester, pretty decent little knife for what i need it for.

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  7. Thunder

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    It aint black and scary but this is what I use to gut and skin things
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    My good o'l Schrade "Uncle Henery"
    It may not be black and cool but it does the job when I need to Kill something.
     
  8. Jagged

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    You need one of these.

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    I've got the model 46, D2 steel, limited edition :)
     
  9. TSGB

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    I don't think a butterfly knife is practical for me! :haha:

    I can't see attachments cause my 'puter is smoking crack lately, so I'll have to refer back when I get it straightened out.
     
  10. rick88blaze

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    I agree, you can't beat a good ol' Schrade. I've got quite a few older ones in my collection. :thumb:

    Rick
     
  11. RubberFloorMat

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    Benchmade, CKRT, AG Russel, etc...

    i carry this one right now

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  12. Drey

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    I usually buy 8 dollar winchester knives for work, half blade half serrated, prolly a 3 inch blade. After the last once goin to hell on me i said screw it and i carry my Buck 110. I had to cut some plastic tubing today, it took me maybe a 1/3 of the time it normally did.
     

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