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Pawn Shop Deal

Discussion in 'Knives & Edged Items' started by 76Highboy, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I picked this up from a pawn shop today. It's a frost cutlery "Tennesee Elk Hunter" and it is virtually new. I paid $10.00 for it. I know it's not a high end knife but it is heavy and feels nice. I needed another knife like I need another gun, which is quite a need.:D

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  2. jack404

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    nice good strong hilt on it , make a decent croc knife ( for driving into the sweet spot on a croc skull )
  3. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    It is a heavy knife but I have no crocks around here. There are a few kitties around but no crocks. :D
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    you got gators ? head to old alabama they got em there ..
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    lead Well-Known Member

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    I've gotten some great deal at pawn shops. This past summer I got a nice Kershaw quick release folder for $12. Looked it up online and it sold for $79 new.
    You got a real nice hunting knife there at a great price.
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    Nice find!
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    Hey....that's my knife.
    I wondered where my ex-wife pawned it at !
    Take a pic of the other side....
    bet I can identify it......you bugger, you !
    I thought I could trust you HB......
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    P.S. Long haul for you to get to Alabama.....
    I am pretty much 'on the way'.
    You let me know when, and I will
    put a pot of beans on for you.......:)
    [and when you give me my 'croc' stickin'
    knife back, that my ex stole.....you won't
    need to go to Alabama......and can just stay
    here the additional time !]
  11. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Ya, and then when I show up with your knife your gonna kick my butt. Now that I know who used to own it I will really enjoy it. I guess I can sit down kick my feet up on a rest and begin s-l-o-w-l-y cutting an apple into bite sized pieces and eat it off the end of the knife like you used to do with it. :D Who's got the knife now? :D
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    Jim for 10 bucks you just can't go wrong...If I saw it,I would have grabbed it for that !!!.....

    Denny G.
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    NICE find for 10 bucks Jim!!!
    I do like the shape of that...real nice!
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    mjp28 Well-Known Member

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    Something cool about a knife.

    My grandfather (born in 1880) gave me a knife when I was a kid, a yellow curved knife, I used it for everything...have no idea where it is now. Might be with my old fishing stuff at my mom's house? :confused:

    Probably worth a pretty penny now.
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    Alot of the knives I give away are frost and I think they are decent. They wont win any awards but they get the job done..I used to sell those new in my gun shop for 24.00 with a sheath
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