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This is a discussion on Best brands within the Knives, Swords, Blades, Axes, Spears, Daggers, Machetes forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; Since my first post in this thread, I acquired a S.O.G. Bowie with a crappy sheath, a Kabar utility, Ontario M-9...

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    Since my first post in this thread, I acquired a S.O.G. Bowie with a crappy sheath, a Kabar utility, Ontario M-9
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    I have about 300 knives in my collection and it's hard to say which is my actual favorite brand but I lean towards the Bark River line.

    They used to sell direct but have since started using middlemen to process sales and shipping. I haven't used the following link yet but I do get their newsletter emailed to me quite often:

    https://www.knivesshipfree.com/bark-river-knives/

    I own three Bark River knives one of which is my bushcraft knife of choice (the Bravo 1) and is attached to my main BOB.

    https://www.knivesshipfree.com/bark-...ravo-1-models/

    I also like Cold Steel knives.
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    Most of my knives are automatics. Not all automatics are stilettos.

    My folders are mostly Bokers. Never had a bad one, nor one that failed.

    My more stiletto model automatics are "Frank B" models. I get them from Joyce and Nick, and they are all made in Sicily. I leave them in the "open" position when they are in the drawer. They are solid, dependable folders.
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    Auto knives? Protech is the best.

    http://www.protechknives.com/product...ory/automatic/

    I have quite a few now. Two Newport’s, one TR5, a Sprint, and a Runt.

    Currently on order Is a Godfather.



    Features
    Overall Length: 9.25"
    Blade Length: 4"
    Blade Material: 154-CM
    Blade Thickness: 0.125"
    Handle Material: 6061 Aluminum
    Weight: 3.85oz
    Closed Length: 5.25"
    Knife Category: Automatic
    Action: Side Opening
    Blade Style: Bayonet
    Country of Origin: USA

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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Auto knives? Protech is the best.

    Automatic ? ProTech Knives

    I have quite a few now. Two Newport’s, one TR5, a Sprint, and a Runt.

    Currently on order Is a Godfather.



    Features
    Overall Length: 9.25"
    Blade Length: 4"
    Blade Material: 154-CM
    Blade Thickness: 0.125"
    Handle Material: 6061 Aluminum
    Weight: 3.85oz
    Closed Length: 5.25"
    Knife Category: Automatic
    Action: Side Opening
    Blade Style: Bayonet
    Country of Origin: USA
    Sweet looker!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Auto knives? Protech is the best.

    Automatic ? ProTech Knives

    I have quite a few now. Two Newport’s, one TR5, a Sprint, and a Runt.

    Currently on order Is a Godfather.



    Features
    Overall Length: 9.25"
    Blade Length: 4"
    Blade Material: 154-CM
    Blade Thickness: 0.125"
    Handle Material: 6061 Aluminum
    Weight: 3.85oz
    Closed Length: 5.25"
    Knife Category: Automatic
    Action: Side Opening
    Blade Style: Bayonet
    Country of Origin: USA
    That is more art than knife. I must have one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    That is more art than knife. I must have one.
    Looks to me like it will whisper into the belly of a BLM or Antifa protester quite readily. I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    That is more art than knife. I must have one.
    Here is where I ordered mine.

    https://www.pvk.vegas/ProductDetails...e=PPT-GF-906-C
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Thanks!
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    I do not have that exact model, but I also own a ProTech. If you have the money and want one of the best, I'd research the ProTech products.
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