10 Double Edged Blades in My Collection – The Knife Junkie Podcast Episode 189

On the mid-week supplemental episode of The Knife Junkie podcast (Episode #189), Bob “The Knife Junkie” DeMarco takes a look at 10 double edged blades in his collection. In Knife Life News he looks at Justin Lunquist’s new WE Knife called the Eidolon; a new consistent-angle sharpener from Work Sharp; and two new Fox Knives from Black Roc Knives and Ken Vehikite — the Ryu and the Monkey Thumper.

Bob starts the show with a pocket check — the Zero Tolerance 0640 and the Hogue Mini-RSK Mk1 are what he’s carrying today — and travels down memory lane rediscovering his Bowie kit knife and Recovery Forge Knife. In the “State of the Collection,” he looks at the Cold Steel 4-Max Scout, the Bark River Knives Boone 2, and his new Forest Green TRM wing-pattern scales for his Atom.

Links to stories, podcast episodes mentioned and the knives covered in the podcast can be found below.

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Knives, News and Other Stuff Mentioned in the Podcast


State of the Collection

  • Cold Steel 4-Max Scout Cuts Saplings Like a Dream
  • Bark River Knives Boone 2 (Marbles Ideal or Wade & Butcher of Sheffield traditional knives from late 1800s)
  • Forest Green TRM Wing-pattern Scales for my Atom


10 Double Edged Blades in My Collection

  • M8A1 Bayonet from my Brother in Law
  • Fairbairn Sikes Dagger
  • Cold Steel Safe Keeper 2 (Push Dagger)
  • TOPS Felony Stop
  • TOPS Ranger’s Edge
  • A2D Fighter
  • Cold Steel OSS
  • Black Roc Monkey Thumper
  • Spartan/Harsey Dagger
  • TFW Gladius




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