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    Old Timer HighwayTrout's Avatar
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    Brown Santa dropped this off today.
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    I may have posted these before. Benchmade mini Infidel (with bent out clip lol) and a Jesse James flip knife.
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    en hopup veritas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guascone View Post
    Hi guys! I'm planning to spend my next summer holidays in US. I will travel tru Utha, Nevada and California visiting (hiking) some on the national parks.

    When I go hiking I usaul take my knife with me ...I don't know US roules and I wan't to breake them...Do you have any suggestion? Do you know if during the travel from Italy to US it is enough that the knive is stored in the luggage? Should I declare it at the arrival?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Utah....
    Sorry...!


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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    PM 2 is the best knife they’ve ever made IMO . That one looks sleek


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    Thanks! I'm loving it. If they come out with a lightweight version of the PM2 I'll probably have to get one.

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    Jeep Knives


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    The only knife I own that doesn't belong in the kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    The only knife I own that doesn't belong in the kitchen.
    I love my benchmade, it does belong in my backcountry kitchen lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    I love my benchmade, it does belong in my backcountry kitchen lol
    Lol. I use it in as my trail kitchen knife as well. Actually I take it to every restaurant that I go to. That and my portable pepper grinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    Lol. I use it in as my trail kitchen knife as well. Actually I take it to every restaurant that I go to. That and my portable pepper grinder.
    My wife gets all pissed at me everytime I bust my benchmade out in a restaurant Haha. What am I supposed to do when they have steak knives duller than butter knives. It's even better when you're in a classy joint and the staff hears you knocking their tuff meat and crappy knives Haha!!!

    That's right I'm a window licker, I can't spell, my grammar sucks!!!!

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