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    Just got this lil guy. CRKT P.E.C.K.

    Lost my other edc which was the CRKT K.I.S.S. Assist (if anyone can find another please let me know asap!) and this might be just a tad too small but wont take up any room in my pocket.
    Swanny!
    SUCKERS.

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      Why can't u find it? I see a ton on ebay.

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        Really? I can only find one and its a tanto edge. Personally prefer a drop. Did see a bunch of the non assisted open models though.
        Swanny!
        SUCKERS.

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          Oh you said assisted.
          Na, just these normal ones.

          http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-CRKT-K-I...gAAOSwaB5XvItt

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            It didn't occur to me until the other day that my Hubertus auto and my E30 are both German and about the same age too, my Dad gave me this and IIRC he bought it in the very early '90s.


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            1991 325i Sport - Calypsorot Metallic - DAILY DRIVEN

            WTB in SoCal: 8"/10" Lukebox, leather Sport steering wheel, 60L MotoMeter fuel gauge, Thule/Yakima roof rack

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              reviving this thread since i added to my collection recently:



              left to right:
              deerhorn knives from china, not finished yet
              short katana
              ak47 bayonet i picked up in iraq
              gil hibben dagger
              kukri machete from tibet
              ww1 bayonet (german)

              bring on the fucking zombies :P
              past:
              1989 325is (learner shitbox)
              1986 325e (turbo dorito)
              1991 318ic (5-lug ITB)
              current:
              1985 323i baur (project to resume soon...)
              2013 ninja 300 (way more fun than a car)

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                Brought this guy out of retirement yesterday. Lost my HK/benchmade and sadly it's now discontinued. Almost bought a new benchmade and remembered I had this tucked away.

                Spent about an hour bringing it back, now I just need to get some screws to replace the couple that have gone missing.

                No E30 Club
                Originally posted by MrBurgundy
                Anyways, mustangs are gay and mini vans are faster than your car, you just have to deal with that.

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                  everyday blades...

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                  '90 325i sedan daily driven
                  '85 325e coupe also a daily

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                    sweet knives
                    what is that little one bottom right next to teh fillet

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                      that ones fer stabbin

                      quickshank
                      1984 Delphin 318i 2 door

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                        It's an oyster shucker.

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                          this crkt is ok but the handle is too thin and the safety for the lock is stupid.
                          Flipper by jet jones, on Flickr
                          Crkt by jet jones, on Flickr


                          this kershaw is ok too. i like the blade shape, it has the nice "shhik" when you flip the blade out
                          but it's made in china. huh?
                          Kershaw by jet jones, on Flickr

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                            a sweeeeeeeeeeet. wusthof
                            Wusthof by jet jones, on Flickr
                            Wustoff by jet jones, on Flickr

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                              Like many other knife enthusiasts, I was inspired by that show Forged in Fire. We don't have cable TV, I only caught a single episode while staying at a hotel. While watching, I decided that if those neck beards can make knives, then so could I.

                              Using 0-1 tool steel, I went easy for my first attempt by making a heavy Nakiri type blade with a handle patterned after one of our Wusthofs.

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                              '91 325i

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                                Not really knowing what I was doing, and wanting to learn on the cheap, I got some cork flooring samples from Home Depot to make the handles. Turned out surprisingly good.

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                                '91 325i

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