Cold Steel knives, Opinions?

Discussion in 'Knives & Edged Items' started by Zane71464, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. Munch

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    I have one cold steel knife, and it has by far the best blade of all my dozens of knifes. I use my knifes for work daily, so I don't normally buy pricey ones. But, Cold Steel is my my preference if i'm feeling like treating myself. A great choice for anyone wanting a high quality blade IMO.
  2. Zane71464

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    'bout all knife mfgs. are these days. We need them back, made over here!
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    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    Nice collection Jason! I do see a couple of Case and a K-Bar?
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    i dont buy there knives for one reason. Lynn is an a**hole. i met him years ago at a show and he might be the most arrogant man on the planet.
    i'll buy a Buck any day of the week. great knives, the best customer service in the business, and the Buck family is good people.
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    no Case,,,,,yet! Buy me one!
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    DOnt tell me Lynn is the main guy in the slacks swinging swords on their dvd?
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    i havent watched any of there recent vids, but i think he does have some "instructional videos" on knife fighting techniques :rolleyes: on youtube.

    when he started bashing on other companies for producing high dollar junk (KaBar was one that really rubbed me wrong) i walked away.
    imo smearing others work in an attempt to sell your products is about the crappiest salesmanship as there is.
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    The guy Im talking about sometimes does indeed speak of not getting ripped by other companies that claim to make the best and so on,,,,,,,,but he never has mentioned a name. Wish I could find the dvd sleeve, wonder if its him.
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    ah I just googled him, its the same guy.

    IDK, if I like the product and it works well for me...

    Ive got plenty of other knives as well, however you are correct about it being distasteful to bash other companies.

    Everyone's got their hangups of some sort.

    Jack in the box bashes the competition all the time and we still eat jack in the box lmao.
  10. KWM

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    I think they're pretty good knives myself. I bought these some years ago.

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  11. ka64

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    Love my 2........

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  12. Zane71464

    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    Nice and nice!
    I've been using the two that I have as we just went through muzzel loading season here, (helped the feller that does processing) and the "STAY" sharp for a while as long as they arnt "abused" to bad.
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