Have some nice ones here. All prices include USPS Priority shipping with delivery confirmation to the CONUS. Insurance is extra and at buyers choice. Will combine shipping for more than one knife. How that works is, I will cut the price on every knife by what shipping would be for any combo purchases. For example, I will knock $4.50 off the price of any of the smaller knives like the Salsa or the Benchmade 856 and $7 off the bigger knives like the Ranger. Just pay the higher of the shipping costs and the rest is free! If you get the Ranger and the Salsa, pay for the Ranger shipping and the Salsa will ship for free.
Some of the links are to the actual knives being sold and some are to the same model. I think which are which are pretty clear but if you have questions, just ask. I can't post pics so I am doing the best that I can. Money back if not happy of course. I try to make my descriptions as accurate as possible. Feel free to contact me for more info.
1. Benchmade 856
Pre-production model NIB numbered 123 out of only 500. Plain edge ATS-34. $60 The knife I am selling is the same except that it is ATS-34 stainless steel instead of D2 steel which is a high carbon non-stainless steel. Also mine is a pre-production model and is numbered.www.knifeworks.com/index.asp?...OD&ProdID=4935
2. Spyderco Meerkat.
440C PE blade made in Golden CO. NIB. Box is older white and blue. Not many of the 440C Meerkats were made and you can't buy them anymore. Rare knife that will only go up in value. $45
3. Spyderco Titanium Salsa.
PE new in black pouch, not a box but a black zipper pouch. Very nice looking and feeling knife. Very smooth. Link shows CE version but mine is PE. From what I understand, the PE version is already hard to find. $115www.bestknives.com/spc7tisa.html
4. Spyderco Calypso Jr.
NIB PE grey FRN. $50www.knivesandtools.com/en/pt/cgii.htm
5 Spyderco Lil Temperance.
440V steel plain edge with green G-10 scales. Excellent to like new no box. Carried once or twice hardly used. Still has factory edge and still is razor sharp. $125www.newgraham.com/liltemp.htm
6. Spyderco Massad Ayoob.
Like new plain edge with correct era box but not correct model. Carried once or twice by me but never acutally used. I never cut anything with it since it was new. It is very very close to new still. The box was for another model but it has Ayoob hand writen on it. These sell on E-bay for over $200 if you are lucky enough to even see them for sale! $150
7. Bark River Woodland in Green Canvas Micarta.
This is a first production run in like new shape with matching Bark River leather sheath. Bark River WoodLand Special which has a 11/64" thick blade compared to the current model which has a 5/32" blade. The blade is 3.25" long with a cutting edge of 2-7/8" made of A-2 tool steel at around 60HRC with Bark Rivers signatory convex grind. The knife is 6-15/16" in overall length and has a Green Canvas Micarta handle with hollow rivets and a lanyard hole.
8. Ontario SP18 - Frontiersman.
Here is a user for you! This knife was used as a thrower, had the tang bent then rebent to straight, then was used to cut apart dried plaster. its tip area needs to be resharpened, but the main edge is in good shape and sharp. the tang has been epoxied into place, and the pommel hole filled with epoxy. Sounds bad but looks better than the description. It is actually stronger than new with the epoxy filled handle now. I have used this to trim my rose bushs and it slices though the branches like they are not there. This is a real user not a display knife. Like most of Ontarios products, they shine when used not when looked at. Good price. $30www.knivesandtools.com/en/pt/cgii.htm
9. Ranger Knives RD-9.
Full flat grind, with polished spine green micarta scales. Great cond with only a little finish smoothing. Includes extra set of unused tan micarta scales. No sheath. For those of you that don't don't know, Ranger knives are handmade. I think they are made with Busse blade blanks. They were at one point and maybe still are but I can't remember. Busse helped out the guy that started Ranger knives because he is a that kind of a nice guy. If you in the market for a Busse, check out the Ranger knives. They are just as tough at less than half the price. $110www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=383973&highlight=ranger+rd-9
10. British Golock. Come with sheath. I tried putting an edge on this beast when I got it new with a grinder but it didn't turn out very well. The steel is just too soft to get a good edge. Maybe someone out there needs a camp knife that they wouldn't mind too much if it got lost. I actually haven't used it except to beat on a fallen tree for a few minuits. I say "beat" on the tree because saying chop or cut would be a stretch. Some people like these but I am not one of them. $20www.cutsforthknives.com/item-detail.cfm?id=4golok&storeid=1
11. Cold Steek Safe Keeper II.
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