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Knife Storage

Postby colu41 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 6:46 pm

Where & How do you guys store your knives? I only have 3 Spydercos, not including one Manix2 FFG G10 DLC Blade on the way.. :D, so I just kind of have them in their boxes, (if I'm not carrying them) next to my gun stuff. But I have a feeling within the next year or so I'm going to have a hefty collection, so I'm just curious as how you guys store your knives, and still keep the wives happy.....

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Lebowski22 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 6:51 pm

In the safe, behind the other knives.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby sharpguitarist » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:46 pm

Hey colu,
Check out the Spyderpac.
They are available in two sizes, the one pictured being the large.
Very convenient and well made.
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Re: Knife Storage

Postby ncrockclimb » Sat Dec 13, 2014 8:18 pm

I use the Knife Storage Bag by Kershaw. However, I have seen it sold under a number of other brands. It claims to have an 18 knife capacity, but depending on the size of the knives being stored, 8 or 10 knives seems to be a more realistic capacity. Also, unlike the Spyderco offering, it does not have clear windows that allow you to see easily see the knives being stored.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Liquid Cobra » Sat Dec 13, 2014 8:28 pm

I picked up this from Home Depot. I filled the slots with the foam from the actual boxes that the knives came in. It works pretty well for me. However, if I ever manage to buy a house with some room you can bet that I'll be buying one of the new cases Spyderco makes shown in this years catalog.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby bdblue » Sat Dec 13, 2014 8:44 pm

I use one of these Plano tackle boxes that I got at Walmart. (Ignore any hints of off-brand knives that you see in there.)

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Holland » Sat Dec 13, 2014 8:49 pm

All the ones I use I just throw in a box. All the safe queens stay in the original box and rot in the safe :D

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby colu41 » Sun Dec 14, 2014 9:53 am

Liquid cobra thats pretty awesome! May look into something like this.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Wavester » Sun Dec 14, 2014 10:08 am

I like this - do you possibly have a link to this on HD site...?
Liquid Cobra wrote:I picked up this from Home Depot. I filled the slots with the foam from the actual boxes that the knives came in. It works pretty well for me. However, if I ever manage to buy a house with some room you can bet that I'll be buying one of the new cases Spyderco makes shown in this years catalog.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Liquid Cobra » Sun Dec 14, 2014 10:45 am

Wavester wrote:I like this - do you possibly have a link to this on HD site...?
Liquid Cobra wrote:I picked up this from Home Depot. I filled the slots with the foam from the actual boxes that the knives came in. It works pretty well for me. However, if I ever manage to buy a house with some room you can bet that I'll be buying one of the new cases Spyderco makes shown in this years catalog.

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Here you go:

http://m.homedepot.com/p/Husky-Mobile-P ... 203431530/" target="_blank

It's apparently called the "Husky Mobile Pro Organizer with 18 Small Parts Drawer" just in case you need to search for it.
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Re: Knife Storage

Postby DutchBlades » Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:40 am

Quality is pretty low due to the lack of sunlight as of now,
but you get the idea ;)

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Knutty » Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:58 am

I use one of the aforementioned Spyderpacs. I have it mounted to the wall using the 3 D-rings it has, with a few of those 3M "Command damage-free" wall hooks. Not as elegant a solution as some, but it has been working well for me.
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"We have more metal parts fail than plastic parts. Modern plastics are tough. 'Feeling cheap' may be a false perception and one might need more education. We rarely get a FRN knife back with handle problems and we have millions of them out in daily use. " --Sal Glesser

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby tvenuto » Sun Dec 14, 2014 3:35 pm

Vertically in a pelican case. I tear out the foam cubes for each new knife when it comes in.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Knutty » Sun Dec 14, 2014 3:44 pm

Liquid Cobra wrote:
Wavester wrote:I like this - do you possibly have a link to this on HD site...?
Liquid Cobra wrote:I picked up this from Home Depot. I filled the slots with the foam from the actual boxes that the knives came in. It works pretty well for me. However, if I ever manage to buy a house with some room you can bet that I'll be buying one of the new cases Spyderco makes shown in this years catalog.

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Here you go:

http://m.homedepot.com/p/Husky-Mobile-P ... 203431530/" target="_blank

It's apparently called the "Husky Mobile Pro Organizer with 18 Small Parts Drawer" just in case you need to search for it.
Here's the full (rather than mobile) version:

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-Mobile ... /203431530" target="_blank
"We have more metal parts fail than plastic parts. Modern plastics are tough. 'Feeling cheap' may be a false perception and one might need more education. We rarely get a FRN knife back with handle problems and we have millions of them out in daily use. " --Sal Glesser

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Kylems11 » Mon Dec 15, 2014 10:27 pm

4 droor husky tool box and i put liners in it. Put all my empty boxes in the bottome droor. Its alot deeper

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby bdblue » Tue Dec 16, 2014 7:55 pm

Liquid Cobra wrote:one of the new cases Spyderco makes shown in this years catalog
Can you provide a link? I've checked the catalog and didn't find anything about cases.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Knutty » Tue Dec 16, 2014 8:04 pm

bdblue wrote:
Liquid Cobra wrote:one of the new cases Spyderco makes shown in this years catalog
Can you provide a link? I've checked the catalog and didn't find anything about cases.
I'm assuming s/he's talking about about this display case:
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"We have more metal parts fail than plastic parts. Modern plastics are tough. 'Feeling cheap' may be a false perception and one might need more education. We rarely get a FRN knife back with handle problems and we have millions of them out in daily use. " --Sal Glesser

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby DelicaDude » Tue Dec 16, 2014 9:44 pm

so I'm just curious as how you guys store your knives, and still keep the wives happy.....
In a drawer in our bedroom, right next to my wife's knives. Keeps us both happy.

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Re: Knife Storage

Postby Water Bug » Fri Dec 19, 2014 11:27 am

I've been using the Spyderco SpyderPac for my knife storage.
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