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The Best of SHOT Show Day 2

The Best of SHOT Show Day 2

The most noteworthy products from the SHOT Show floor on day 2.
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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 11 weeks ago

No. 8, the BUCK knife - Ergohunter Waterfowler - states it features a Wharncliffe blade. The knife in the photo does not show a Wharncliffe blade, it is more like a drop point blade. A Wharncliffe blade is similar in profile to a sheep's foot blade, but the curve of the back edge starts closer to the handle and is more gradual.

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from rocco89815 wrote 2 years 12 weeks ago

I'm starting to get annoyed. Stop with the "Zombie Apocalypse" crap. It's a bunch of near-useless weapons and tools that may look cool to some people, but are expensive and will probably never be used in a practical sense. There is no such thing as a zombie. The people who say otherwise are the very same "experts" that proclaim Tupac is dead. If he's dead, why is he still putting out better albums than Justin Timberlake? WHY?!

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 12 weeks ago

To the OL Editors: Which BUCK knife is that in photo #8? I looked at BUCK's website and others, but couldn't find that knife. The handle is of the Ergohunter style, but I couldn't find a knife with that blade type. I like the knife. What BUCK knife is that?

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 12 weeks ago

No. 8, the BUCK knife - Ergohunter Waterfowler - states it features a Wharncliffe blade. The knife in the photo does not show a Wharncliffe blade, it is more like a drop point blade. A Wharncliffe blade is similar in profile to a sheep's foot blade, but the curve of the back edge starts closer to the handle and is more gradual.

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from rocco89815 wrote 2 years 12 weeks ago

I'm starting to get annoyed. Stop with the "Zombie Apocalypse" crap. It's a bunch of near-useless weapons and tools that may look cool to some people, but are expensive and will probably never be used in a practical sense. There is no such thing as a zombie. The people who say otherwise are the very same "experts" that proclaim Tupac is dead. If he's dead, why is he still putting out better albums than Justin Timberlake? WHY?!

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 11 weeks ago

No. 8, the BUCK knife - Ergohunter Waterfowler - states it features a Wharncliffe blade. The knife in the photo does not show a Wharncliffe blade, it is more like a drop point blade. A Wharncliffe blade is similar in profile to a sheep's foot blade, but the curve of the back edge starts closer to the handle and is more gradual.

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 12 weeks ago

No. 8, the BUCK knife - Ergohunter Waterfowler - states it features a Wharncliffe blade. The knife in the photo does not show a Wharncliffe blade, it is more like a drop point blade. A Wharncliffe blade is similar in profile to a sheep's foot blade, but the curve of the back edge starts closer to the handle and is more gradual.

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 12 weeks ago

To the OL Editors: Which BUCK knife is that in photo #8? I looked at BUCK's website and others, but couldn't find that knife. The handle is of the Ergohunter style, but I couldn't find a knife with that blade type. I like the knife. What BUCK knife is that?

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