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    45 ACP Misfeed's Avatar
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    High end, custom and working blades

    Location: Pace, Fl

    Starting from left, counterclockwise. All prices are OBO unless indicated.

    All knives lightly used, some wear on pocket clips. Edges are factory unless specified.

    Green River Tactical with custom kydex IWB sheath- $90

    Benchmade Crooked River- SOLD

    ZT 303, titanium lock scale- $225 (fresh factory edge)

    ZT 0560- $170 (fresh factory edge)

    ZT 0452CF- $170 (fresh factory edge)

    Protech Strider Auto collaboration shark skin camo- $170

    SOCP dagger, single edge- $70

    Western Bowie ( K date code) - $150 firm

    Custom ordered Randall Number 7, nickel silver bolsters, guard, sharpened swedge, build sheet- $600 (has my initials factory engraved on the blade)

    Ontario TFI- $50

    Ontario SK-5 Blackbird, sheath is dusty from pack carry- SOLD

    Glock knife with straight back- $30

    Kingdom Armory Grayling pack knife, maker etched- $190

    Condor Kukri heavy duty- $60

    These are not clones, feel free to confirm via photo or serial numbers. I have boxes for some of these. I'll have to dig for them.

    Trade for Winkler Striker,

    ZT Les George Flipper,

    Spyderco Police model 4,

    Glock 48 (black slide version)

    Quality AR lowers,

    SAB3 brace, Remington

    870 police models.

    Also interested in Surefire X300 weapon lights, medium war belts, etc.

    No shipping, sorry.
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    Last edited by Misfeed; 11-09-2019 at 04:34 AM.
    Everything is subjective. One size fits all solutions just don't work for shooting. We should cover the basics, really just the foundation of good shooting techniques and then let that person press a trigger about 10000 times or so. That's when when the "magic" happens. When all the injuries, strengths and weaknesses assert themselves and form the bedrock of that person's style. Instructors more often than not teach what works for them, ironclad and unbending. Buncha chewed up grass really.

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    WOW !! LOVE THAT RANDALL !! What are the chances that your initials are the same as mine ??
    Best of luck with the sale of these fine blades sir.--- SAWMAN
    "Why just dance when you can "rock and roll".
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    Nice collection of blades, PM sent on the sk-5.

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    Sk-5 spf
    Everything is subjective. One size fits all solutions just don't work for shooting. We should cover the basics, really just the foundation of good shooting techniques and then let that person press a trigger about 10000 times or so. That's when when the "magic" happens. When all the injuries, strengths and weaknesses assert themselves and form the bedrock of that person's style. Instructors more often than not teach what works for them, ironclad and unbending. Buncha chewed up grass really.

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    Price drop.
    Everything is subjective. One size fits all solutions just don't work for shooting. We should cover the basics, really just the foundation of good shooting techniques and then let that person press a trigger about 10000 times or so. That's when when the "magic" happens. When all the injuries, strengths and weaknesses assert themselves and form the bedrock of that person's style. Instructors more often than not teach what works for them, ironclad and unbending. Buncha chewed up grass really.

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    Everything is subjective. One size fits all solutions just don't work for shooting. We should cover the basics, really just the foundation of good shooting techniques and then let that person press a trigger about 10000 times or so. That's when when the "magic" happens. When all the injuries, strengths and weaknesses assert themselves and form the bedrock of that person's style. Instructors more often than not teach what works for them, ironclad and unbending. Buncha chewed up grass really.

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