Very impressive and nice collection!
They're all here, just sprinkled throughout many different threads . Your mission Belt Fed (if you decide to accept it), is to find those revolvers, and make sure they don't fall into the wrong hands. This post will self destruct in 5 ........
I bought a new Cobratech the other day, I like it a lot, and, you can change the blades (Tanto, serrated etc)A few months before Christmas I bought myself a Cobratech, which is pretty much a Microtech clone made of parts from god only knows where and assembled in Texas. Only paid a shade under a hundo for it and I have been abusing the F out of it since day one. No complaints. And if I lose it, I'm only out a hundred bucks. I would love to have the Microtech version, but every time I think about buying one I start thinking about how much ammo I can buy with that money. lol
I have since relented and bought a Microtech UTX85 and a couple Benchmades. I now completely understand the difference between $100 knives and $300 knives.I bought a new Cobratech the other day, I like it a lot, and, you can change the blades (Tanto, serrated etc)
That's a hell of a nice knife. So far I have a Mini Bugout ( which may be my favorite knife, I'm not sure. It seems to be in my pocket a lot) and a Casbah ( which is a damn fine auto ).I bought the Infidel model... oddly enough when I lived in Doha
It's a 38 special. It is a S prefix serial number and from my understanding it was only 2 years with that prefix and they were using up some older parts left over like the long action hammer etc. I got it from a friend who said that it had belonged to either the sheriff or city marshal of Pratt, KS during the 50s & 60s but he couldn't remember which.Is that .38 S&W or .38 Special? I have a WWII lend lease model that is .38 S&W, if those guns could only speak