Blades/knives. Whatcha got

dacapo

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More background...MIL was born in 1940 in Hungary. Austrian-Hungarian family. They got out just after her birth ( I do not know how as Hungary had sided with the Axis powers in 1940) anyways.... she’s always had a thing for eastern European, World War I, World War II , and older knives and blades

here is a almost matching set in almost perfect condition of a German SS officers pocket knives made with solid silver

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USA 007

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My everyday carry is a ZT 450 Sinkevich.  Lightweight, and a big enough blade for most tasks.  Takes and keeps an edge well.

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Rasputin22

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This is my Dad's Naval Officers sword. I think the only thing it ever cut was his and my stepmoms wedding cake!

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NaptimeAgain

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Buck 110 and my old man's old beat up K-Bar, but I almost never use them really.  When Buck had the anniversary edition I bought 4 for me and my golf buddies.  More likely to pick up a small Gerber for random tasks, and the old Sabatier kitchen stuff.  My rigging knives, Spyder and Myerchin, are in a bag somewhere but I don't sail anymore.

 

nolatom

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Dad's Navy knife from WWII, 5-inch blade, "USN   Camillus NY", and belt sheath.  Still extremely sharp, and a nice reminder of the old man.. 

 

IStream

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I've yet to find a stainless steel that can take an edge and bring it back with as little effort as carbon. That said, I'm not up to speed on all the variants and happy to be proven wrong. 

 
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