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    Default Orange Knives?

    So, let's see some pics of your orange knives! I started picking up some orange a couple months ago, and am growing rather attached to the color. Whether it's wood, G-10, Carbon Fiber, or whatever, I see lot's of great knives out there dressed in orange or orange and black. My most recent is a Hinderer Flashpoint. Still looking for an XM-18 to match, so keep me in mind!

    Here's my current collection, growing weekly:

    (L-R) BRKT Aroura, RAT RC-4, Downeast Knives Companion, BM Griptillian, Busse Active Duty, Hinderer Flashpoint



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    Gotta love them "HiViz" Orange(s)!
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    Currently I only have a few................








    ........but I plan on getting more as I have come to really like Orange G-10 in particular.

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    this was my Ranger RD7 when I first got it;
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    OK, I will play!
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    I would like to see blades Gun-Koted. I think that would be a great finish, both asthetically and functionally.

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    Ah yes, the orange XM-18 liner lock. I thought we might see that one in here. Pure torture TKC! My two most wanted knives right now are an orange XM-18 and an orange with Carbon Fiber inserts Todd Begg Glimpse. Neither of which I'll likely see until after the new year.

    Keep 'em coming ladies and gents! There's some nice stuff out there!
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    I'd love one of the Busses. I've got two Game Wardens, but never managed to snag one of the orange beauts.

    I also like the looks of those Hinderers. Very nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2xTap View Post
    Currently I only have a few................




    ........but I plan on getting more as I have come to really like Orange G-10 in particular.

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    Default Re: Orange Knives?



    just kidding


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantor View Post
    this was my Ranger RD7 when I first got it;

    very nice, im looking for a big camp chopper, this might just be the one

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    DonL,

    The fixed blade pictured above those two Case pieces is a Ranger Knives Custom Hunter...........






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    Quote Originally Posted by HoopleHead View Post
    very nice, im looking for a big camp chopper, this might just be the one
    it is one tough blade HH, I have really pounded on that sucker, it can take it

    now that's the old style, the newer Rangers are a little different, more of a clip point and a different exposed tang, but Justin can/and will make it any way you want.
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    This is my one and only, but it makes me want more knives with orange.



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    What model is that jbosman1013? Looks like a handy little fixed blade!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitz View Post
    What model is that jbosman1013? Looks like a handy little fixed blade!
    It is a Spyderco Mule team knife. They come without sheaths or handles so you got to make your own. It is very reasonable priced and the few that were made were sold within a few days.

    The first one was 52100 steel, M4, CPM S90V and several other steels are planned for future runs.

    Mine is probably getting wood scales

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    Here's my orange Gen 3 XM-18:








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    Nice knives all. You guys take some nice photos too.
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    I can't afford the one I like:

    small file:

    http://lundestudio.com/photos/pumpkin-ash1-7.jpg

    huge file (not for dial up):

    http://lundestudio.com/wallpaper/pumpkin-ash1-7-hi.jpg

    Someone always asks, so it's a Busse Pumpkin ASH1 (Anniversary Steel Heart 1) with 6.5" Satin 0.220-inch INFI blade (sterile) and Hand-Shaped Orange/Black G-10 Magnum handles.
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    I know what you mean about the pumpkin ASH- Wish I could talk myself into needing one as well! I'm waiting for black/orange BAD to to show up at the company store so I can snag one. No luck yet...
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    My BRKT Fox River handled in blaze orange G-10 has yet to arrive a month after ordering it . The pumpkin handle is what tiger hide micarta should have been. And yes, a BAD in the black/orange G-10 seen on the Sus Scrofa in the Company Store would be sweet. On an MS, even sweeter .
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    Default Re: Orange Knives?

    One of mine:



    Got it in a Bark River giveaway

    Nice little skinning knife.

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    My little baby.... Spyderco Ladybug

    Its better to have it and not need it, then to need it and not have it.

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    I am trying to repair the switch on this one.
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    I got just the one. I've had it about a week now.



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    Very nice! Who did the scales on that?
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    Fitz, your BM Griptilian looks really nice

    But I guess that those scales are custom.
    So, who made them?

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    Thanks! I picked them up from Moore Cutlery. They sell some different types, or, you can now buy some already assembled on the knives. Not on the black blades though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitz View Post
    Very nice! Who did the scales on that?
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    And here it is cutting some coax,cat5 and a can of soup



    Next let's try some batoning



    Damn wasn't expecting it to cut through the chopping board!



    And it still shaves!



    I love this knife!
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    And here it is cutting some coax,cat5 and a can of soup



    Next let's try some batoning



    Damn wasn't expecting it to cut through the chopping board!



    And it still shaves!



    I love this knife!
    Last edited by Sigman; 03-20-2009 at 03:31 AM. Reason: Multiple oversized pics removed IAW CPF Rules.

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