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My folding knives

Hello again! Here are my folding knives (most of them cheap ones from China), another one of my hobbies apart from the flashlights:

 

 

I hope you like them! Wink

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Whoa! Nice collection...

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Holy buckets jalbam! Surprised

That's quite the collection.

 

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So you got from Sanrenmu -  C117,604,605,612,613,703, 2x704,701, 2x711,721, 3x723, 738, T16, 962 .... did I miss an SRM ?

I that a Spyderco Bug I see there?

Impressive collection BTW and you are missing some of the standards like the 710,763... don't like them or ran out of money? Wink

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Whoa!  So what we now know is that Joan really really likes to cut things in the dark Tongue out 

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Match wrote:

Whoa!  So what we now know is that Joan really really likes to cut things in the dark Tongue out 

(queue Dexter intro here...)

The dark? I don't think so.

(Dexter is the most disturbing hero ever.)

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I should have said "at night" since I knew about the monster collection...my bad.

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When your nights are brighter than daylight, then you know you are a flashaholic. Wink

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Nice collection !

My shop on aliexpress , welcome to visit my shop !

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Do i see a SRM 962? How much for it. Silly

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Thank you very much for your replies Big Smile

Hehehe sorry I don't remember which models are most of them, but yes I have many Sanrenmu knives (including 962) and one Enlan, most of them from Exduct and Focalprice. Very great knives and not very expensive.

I also have one Spyderco (bug) and one Tool Logic (SL3). This last one is my most expensive knife.

Do you really want to buy a Sanrenmu 962? I am not willing to sell mine sadly Silly haha, but if you want I can ask a friend of mine who maybe have it too, maybe he can sell one or similar. Do you also collect them? Why that model? it seems so big, hehehe. I bought mine at Exduct but I have just realized that they are out of stock. Is not there any other shop with it in stock? Shocked

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Budgeteer wrote:

Do i see a SRM 962? How much for it. Silly

So what's the big deal with these 962's?     Is it the cool looking handle?

Here's 1 for $152.63---it must be something really special for that price.  Surprised

 

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Hehehe I think the special thing is the quality for a not so expensive price and the axis lock system. That link is for a dozen! Smile Not bad price at all.

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I think we have some long time collectors here like old4570 , jekostas and others. Some members just started to collect and we discussed some of the cheaper Chinese knives in this threadfishinfool is probably in the lead with 8 knives (more like 12) at once in the pipeline. He beats me by 5.... Wink . I have a SRM 905 here and an Enlan EL-02, BEE L05-1, SRM 939, 605, 909,908 on the way. You see that I ordered mostly the larger knives.  A friend ordered an Enlan EL-01, BEE L03-2, SRM 603,531. It will be a nice round up of not so common knives.

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jalbam wrote:

Hehehe I think the special thing is the quality for a not so expensive price and the axis lock system. That link is for a dozen! Smile Not bad price at all.

Embarassed lol  I didn't even notice it was for a dozen.  I just thought that since it was so rare now that the price has gone way, way up.

@Budgeteer - Hey, maybe we can do a group buy or something--I'm in for 2 or 3 of them.

 

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Vectrex wrote:

I think we have some long time collectors here like old4570 , jekostas and others. Some members just started to collect and we discussed some of the cheaper Chinese knives in this threadfishinfool is probably in the lead with 8 knives at once in the pipeline.

Plus 4 more from PriceAngels. 

 

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fishinfool wrote:

jalbam wrote:

Hehehe I think the special thing is the quality for a not so expensive price and the axis lock system. That link is for a dozen! Smile Not bad price at all.

Embarassed lol  I didn't even notice it was for a dozen.  I just thought that since it was so rare now that the price has gone way, way up.

@Budgeteer - Hey, maybe we can do a group buy or something--I'm in for 2 or 3 of them.

 

 

I'm in for 2-3 too Smile

I like the looks and features. Just that. Smile

Who is gonna organize the smuggling operation?

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fishinfool wrote:

jalbam wrote:

Hehehe I think the special thing is the quality for a not so expensive price and the axis lock system. That link is for a dozen! Smile Not bad price at all.

Embarassed lol  I didn't even notice it was for a dozen.  I just thought that since it was so rare now that the price has gone way, way up.

@Budgeteer - Hey, maybe we can do a group buy or something--I'm in for 2 or 3 of them.

 

I'm in for 2-3 too Smile

I like the looks and features. Just that. Smile

Who is gonna organize the smuggling operation?

Who's gonna volunteer as the SRM 762 Mastermind?

 

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I just noticed that on the blade of the 762 the word 'LAND' is on it.  Is that still the SRM 762 or something else?

 

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Land is a sub-label of SRM for their bigger knives (900 series) that are going out of production.... like Enlan is a sub-brand of Bee. (If I remember correctly)

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fishinfool wrote:

jalbam wrote:

Hehehe I think the special thing is the quality for a not so expensive price and the axis lock system. That link is for a dozen! Smile Not bad price at all.

Embarassed lol  I didn't even notice it was for a dozen.  I just thought that since it was so rare now that the price has gone way, way up.

@Budgeteer - Hey, maybe we can do a group buy or something--I'm in for 2 or 3 of them.

 

I'm in for 2-3 too Smile

I like the looks and features. Just that. Smile

Who is gonna organize the smuggling operation?

Who's gonna volunteer as the SRM 762 Mastermind?

 

Must be someone who qualifies with:

- not nosy and very relaxed customs.

- the knives are legal in his country.

- For me preferably within "registered" EU

- Want's the other six 962 from the dozen.

 

I self disqualify myself in the first two points.

That knife would be probably illegal in my country but no1 would probably care (customs excluded).

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Vectrex wrote:

Land is a sub-label of SRM for their bigger knives (900 series) that are going out of production.... like Enlan is a sub-brand of Bee. (If I remember correctly)

So was there ever a knife with SRM 962 or SanRenMu 960 on the blade or was it always LAND?

 

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As far as I know it was always labelled as "LAND". My Chinese is very limited and poor, but I think the three San Ren Mu Chinese symbols, when put it together in just one symbol, it means "Land", that's why they use this name.

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fishinfool wrote:

Vectrex wrote:

Land is a sub-label of SRM for their bigger knives (900 series) that are going out of production.... like Enlan is a sub-brand of Bee. (If I remember correctly)

So was there ever a knife with SRM 962 or SanRenMu 960 on the blade or was it always LAND?

 

It should always have been Land.  The 962 I had owned had Land on the blade.

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My SRM 905 is also a LAND.

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Oh ok - Thanks guys.

 

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Oh just a brief note, I asked a Chinese friend of mine and I was told that San Ren Mu symbols doesn't have anything to do with LAND word so my fault Sad

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