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Glock Knives

Postby Slymin » Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:22 pm

Hey fellow forumers, I have been looking at the Glock knives to add to my collection, the non-serrated one. They are fairly cheap, and look pretty nice. I just wanted your thoughts and opinions on them. Thanks ;)
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby zenmic » Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:35 pm

They are an incredible value for their price. I am amazed at how well it performs. I have the serrated one, and have had it for years. I take it with me when I go camping, hunting, fishing, etc. It goes in my B.O.B. I am not knocking the K-bar it is a tried and true knife, but I wanted a smaller/lighter survival knife, and the Glock one fits the bill for me perfectly. Well balanced and very nice steel. The sheath and handle are made out of the same polymer as the firearms. As a piece of trivia, I seem to recall that Glock started by manufacturing entrenching tools and survival/combat knives before getting into firearms.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Slymin » Mon Mar 14, 2011 7:52 pm

Awesome good to hear! I love the look and would be using them for the same purpose as you! I kinda want both types though, because I cannot believe how incredibly cheap they are!
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Ender » Tue Mar 15, 2011 3:08 am

On a slightly tangential topic, what do you think of the Becker/ESEE lineup compared to the Glock knives Zenmic?
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby zenmic » Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:40 am

Interesting Ender, I have not looked at or have any experience with the Becker/ESEE series of knives. However, I have been considering adding something similar to my B.O.B. from Spyderco. I have been looking at the Spyderco Caspian Salt ~ FB21 or the Spyderco Assist for this role. As for K-bar products, I have added a K-Bar TDI LDK to my EDC.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Ender » Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:23 pm

From reading around on bladeforums after my initiation of the Busse&kin addiction I've heard really good things about the Becker and ESEE knives. Especially the BK2, being like $80 and .25 thick I think... I'd like to see how a Busse or Scrapyard compared to the Becker, ESEE, and Glock knives.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby HybridTurtle » Wed Mar 16, 2011 6:21 pm

Nutnfancy did a review, id suggest you watch it, hes awesome.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Slymin » Thu Mar 17, 2011 1:50 pm

Ya I've seen a bunch of his vids I'll go check it out thanks! Actually maybe I'll post it so no one else has to go search it ;) After watching this I am fully convinced of the Bang for the Buck of these Glock Knives!

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Re: Glock Knives

Postby grhodes » Sat Mar 26, 2011 9:24 pm

you can always trust the nutnfancy videos for any knives lol :D
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Slymin » Sat Apr 02, 2011 12:44 pm

Sorry double post/bump, I heard knives need to be lubed to prevent rust. Could I just use Breakfree oil on these like I would my rifle??
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