Good topic. Personally I know next to nothing about hunting or combat knives, but I wouldn't mind learning and picking up 1 or 2 nice ones.
I have a ton of fighting knives myself. A few K-bars also.
Once the car is back on the road I am going to be looking for a SF K-Bar.
The Hunted is famous among knife collectors because it introduced what is now known in the knife community as the Tracker blade. The blade was already gathering much attention when it was first designed by Tom Brown.
One of my Kershaws' springs busted. I took it apart, and the thing was just split right in the middle.I gotta look into the benchmade auto's. Look like nice pieces. Carried a lot of hardware in my military career and always liked the spring assisted Kershaws. I was never sure if the auto's would hold up to field conditions. By the way, thank you for your service Gunners Mate.
you ever notice when you walk into these little quicky marts the cheap knives they sell resemble spydercos they are a heavily coppied knife,probably because it was one or it is the original folder with a built in clip.A clip on a knife is a big sell for me since I use them for work almost all my knives have themThose Tom Brown Tracker Knives are sweet, i got outbid on egay a few weeks ago on one. I like my Spyderco, Kershaw and Benchmades.