Top Ten Future Heirloom Knives – The Knife Junkie Podcast Episode 247
On the mid-week supplemental episode of The Knife Junkie podcast (episode 247), Bob “The Knife Junkie” DeMarco showcases his top 10 future heirloom knives — a hard list to narrow down to just ten.
Bob starts the show with his “pocket checks” — the CRK Sebenza 21 and the Ron Steele Designs Prime — while in Knife Life News he takes a look at the More Maileah on the way from CJRB and Swaggs, and the Bestech and Kombou collaboration on the Space Age Puukko.
And in his “State of the Collection,” it’s two loaner knives from viewer friends, along with the Stout Broner Pocket Tool and Bob’s new burgundy micarta scale for his XM-18.Ever thought of all the knives you have, which ones are truly 'heirloom' knives that will be passed down in your family? That's my topic this week on #theknifejunkie mid-week #podcast. Hope you enjoy! Click To Tweet
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Knives, News and Other Stuff Mentioned in the Podcast
- More Maileah on the way from CJRB and Swaggs
- Bestech and Kombou Collaborate on Space Age Puukko
- The Knife Junkie’s Patreon Group
- CRK Sebenza 21
- Ron Steele Designs Prime
State of the Collection
- Emerson EX100 (on loan from @KalOpr)
- LT Wright Canadian Belt Knife (on loan from Kepmuk Nesshart)
- Stout Broner Pocket Tool
- Burgundy Micarta Scale for XM-18
My Top 10 Future Heirloom Knives
- Steel Master Tanto
- Emerson Commander
- Les George VECP
- Hinderer XM-18
- A2D Medium Fighter
- Cold Steel Large Espada
- Demko Knives AD20
- TRM Atom
- Spartan Harsey Folder
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