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  • Omegaman
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    Cold steel makes a copy of a lloyd pendelton hunter. Take a look at this knife. Lloyds hand made custom knives start at around $450 and it is worth every penny but I dont have the nerve to carry it into the field. So I also bought the cold steel copy and it is a great knife for the money ( under $90.00) Llyods knife blades are a loveless style blade.

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  • unswydd
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    Originally posted by Zombie Axe View Post
    Might wanna post this in the Knife Forum next time as Diesel said ;)

    Look at the http://www.ratcutlery.com/rc-3.htm much cheaper than the AG Russell knife... handy little blade. No need to pay a fortune for a blade :)
    Looks like these knives are pretty pricey. I knew I didn't want that car payment. Too late now. Gotta cut somewhere else now, cable probably.:cool:

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  • unswydd
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    Wrong section, that's why we have sections, thanks.
    Thanks Diesel for moving this for me. I have issue with my brain sometimes. :rolleyes:

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  • beebopcop
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    I'm not real familiar with this brand but from what I read and saw it seems to be a great knife capable of doing what it was designed for. I didn't see a price.

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  • Zombie Axe
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    Might wanna post this in the Knife Forum next time as Diesel said ;)

    Look at the http://www.ratcutlery.com/rc-3.htm much cheaper than the AG Russell knife... handy little blade. No need to pay a fortune for a blade :)

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  • Diesel
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    Wrong section, that's why we have sections, thanks.

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  • unswydd
    started a topic Knives/Zombie Axe

    Knives/Zombie Axe

    I thought I'd post this here where it might get some more attention.
    The knife I wanted to ask you about is the Loveless Drop Point. Is this a hard knife to get? Do you know anything about it? I want to be able to get a knife that will serve all my needs in case I end up trapping. I have done so some (many) years ago and I'm sure I could do it again. Back then the Buck was the all around for me. But it's heavy and I would rather have something lighter and easier to use.
    Looks like this should be in a different thread.
    Sorry!
    Last edited by unswydd; 02-25-2009, 05:06 PM.
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