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Postby Donut » Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:30 pm

Very nice, the only Spyderco fixed blades I have left are two Mules, S90V and Super Blue. Your fixed collection is admirable.
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Postby Reject » Fri Aug 31, 2012 4:28 am

FB27 Spyderco Woodcraft

The Woodcraft; the mule that isn’t a mule.
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:) I didn’t think I was ever going to find one of these. The packaging is a bit knocked about, but that’s fine.

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Postby Bladekeeper » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:54 pm

Love the fixed blade pics guys have to say fixed> than folder for me tried to get a hossom , even had someone ask jerry but no luck :(
Those spots are fantastic really dynamic blade shape , well for now ill make do with my Elmax mule.
The trouble is these forums have the ability to make me spend money I haven't got :) but I gave up drinking so now the wife says you buy too much knives...never pleased these wives ;)

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Postby Reject » Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:09 am

New addition to the Perrin family, a slightly used, but not abused FB04BB Perrin Bowie.

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Postby Gofannon » Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:07 am

Is it hard to pick up Perrin fb in Australia?
Because in France, it's near impossible to have the most commun, the green handle model and impossible to found the black blade model! Fred Perrin himself can't found one for me!

You have a fantastic collection!
Why you don't have mule blade?
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Postby bh49 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:17 am

Nice catch. Still no folders to view? :) I know that you have some.
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Postby Holland » Thu Dec 27, 2012 1:57 pm

very impressive collection of fixed blades, looking forward to more updates
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Postby Reject » Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:04 pm

Gofannon wrote:Is it hard to pick up Perrin fb in Australia?
Because in France, it's near impossible to have the most commun, the green handle model and impossible to found the black blade model! Fred Perrin himself can't found one for me!

You have a fantastic collection!
Why you don't have mule blade?
I found this one in the USA, I haven’t seen any here.

Mules? I just haven’t gone there yet. With the restricted excess to folding knives in Australian now; may be soon.

Bh49 :D Mate! You are just not looking in the right places.
I have pictures of my folders plastered all over this place. :o
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Postby bh49 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 9:12 pm

Reject wrote: Bh49 :D Mate! You are just not looking in the right places.
I have pictures of my folders plastered all over this place. :o
I saw quite a few of them and thought that they deserve a separate thread as you do for fixed blades. this is it.
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Postby bdblue » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:25 pm

my old Lum:

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Postby Reject » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:57 pm

Very nice, bdblue :D

It is going to be interesting to see how they compare to the sprint run that may be coming out.
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Postby Reject » Thu Feb 14, 2013 9:49 pm

Spyderco the Enuff FB31

As soon as you take hold of one, you know they are meant to be work knives.
They feel comfortable and solid in the hand.

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Postby Bladekeeper » Fri Feb 15, 2013 7:24 pm

That comparison shot with the izula surprised me but its still hard to tell as some knives although similar in size to others have more substance.
Are they more substantial in the hand than a izula or is it neither here nor there ?.
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Postby Reject » Fri Feb 15, 2013 8:33 pm

The Izula grip is a little thicker, but the Enuff grip is deeper.

They are same over all length, but longer grip and the FRN scales on the Enuff make for a more securer hold on it an the Izula.

I’m a fan of G10, but the FRN on the Enuff is going make it a better knife for those messy jobs and a lot easier to clean up.

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Not sure if this will make any sense. But in the hand the Izula feels like a small knife, :o which of course it is. The Enuff on the other hand, has the feel of a big knife.
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Postby Holland » Fri Feb 15, 2013 10:07 pm

nice set! which one is your favourite?
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Postby Reject » Fri Feb 15, 2013 10:33 pm

Holland wrote:nice set! which one is your favourite?
:) The leaf blade I think.
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Postby Holland » Sat Feb 16, 2013 12:12 am

ya that looks the most versatile
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Postby Bladekeeper » Mon Feb 18, 2013 12:19 am

Reject wrote:The Izula grip is a little thicker, but the Enuff grip is deeper.

They are same over all length, but longer grip and the FRN scales on the Enuff make for a more securer hold on it an the Izula.

I’m a fan of G10, but the FRN on the Enuff is going make it a better knife for those messy jobs and a lot easier to clean up.

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:)
Not sure if this will make any sense. But in the hand the Izula feels like a small knife, :o which of course it is. The Enuff on the other hand, has the feel of a big knife.
That's what I was thinking although some knives share a similar profile they feel bigger in hand thanks I have the izula 2 and Esee HT is great but the scales disappointed me for the price.
I think they could've had liners and upped the Quality I have the candiru too which ill get around to fitting some stabilised scales I think to give it a bit more in the hand.
Cheers .bk

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Postby Bladekeeper » Mon Feb 18, 2013 12:20 am

Reject wrote:The Izula grip is a little thicker, but the Enuff grip is deeper.

They are same over all length, but longer grip and the FRN scales on the Enuff make for a more securer hold on it an the Izula.

I’m a fan of G10, but the FRN on the Enuff is going make it a better knife for those messy jobs and a lot easier to clean up.

Image

Image

:)
Not sure if this will make any sense. But in the hand the Izula feels like a small knife, :o which of course it is. The Enuff on the other hand, has the feel of a big knife.
That's what I was thinking although some knives share a similar profile they feel bigger in hand thanks I have the izula 2 and Esee HT is great but the scales disappointed me for the price.
I think they could've had liners and upped the Quality I have the candiru too which ill get around to fitting some stabilised scales I think to give it a bit more in the hand.
Cheers .bk

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Postby Sequimite » Mon Feb 18, 2013 9:22 am

Schempp goodness
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O-1 recurve Bowie made by George Mason
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Forager
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Jose Diaz 52100 cutting competition knife
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My Denny 2 user, made by Pete Pruyn
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