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Hobo Knife – Fork/Knife Combo Tool. .99 .99. Save 32%. Joe’s Sticky Stuff. .99

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Amazon.com: Ontario Knife Co. 5-Piece Old Hickory Knife Set 705 …

The Old Hickory knife is made with fully heat treated and tempered 1095 carbon steel. Fitted with attractive hardwood handles secured with brass compression rivets …

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Amazon.com: Ontario Knife Co. 5-Piece Old Hickory Knife Set 705 …

The Old Hickory knife is made with fully heat treated and tempered 1095 carbon steel. Fitted with attractive hardwood handles secured with brass compression rivets …

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Case Knives

Overview of the new (09) models : Black G10 Peanut and Chestnut Bone Swayback Jack. The fit and finish on these two knives is fantastic. There are many more …


Newell asked Is this a bad time to sell guns, because we are in a Depression?

I inherited a bunch of guns from my Dad; then when my brother lost his job as a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy, I bought a bunch of guns from him. Then I inherited some more guns from my Uncle. Well, I didn’t inherit them, I took care of him the last couple years before he died. First buying his groceries, and driving him to the doctor, then moving him to a nursing facility and visiting him. His selfish daughter in Ohio wanted to do with him. So while he left his house and everything in it to his daughter, I took the guns as part payment for my taking care of him while he was alive, and being the executor of his estate, and arranging his funeral. I have a small house, and my gun safe only holds so many guns. So I basically buried most of my unusable long guns in a dirt floor shed at the rear of my property. Most of the guns used oddball ammo that is expensive to shoot:

1) Steyr M 95 Austro Hungarian long rifle; 8 x 50mm
2) Mannlicher Carcano long rifle; 6.5mm Italian
3) Arisaka long rifle; 6.5mm Japanese
4) Dutch Mannlicher long rifle; 6.5mm MS
5) Greener 14 guage Egyptian Police Martini Henry Shotgun
6) Winchester 92 in .32-20
7) Marlin 62 in .256 Winchester Magnum
8) Gewehr 88 German Commission Rifle
9) Remington Model 81 in .32 Remington
10) Winchester 94 in .32 Winchester Special
11) Argentine Calvary Carbine in 7.65mm Argentine
12) Spanish “Destroyer” carbine in 9mm Largo.
13) French Berthier Carbine in 8 x 50mmR
14) Sporterized Lee Enfield SMLE rifle.

Am I right? If I sell these now, when times are bad, I will get nothing. I need to sell them when (if ever) the economy recovers in 15 or 20 years.

And got the following answer:

All the guns you mention there would have some sort of “collector value” to them. Not saying that they would all bring sky high prices when sold, but some would, and the group of people that would be interested in them are not your “average Joe…I wanna gun for deer season” kind of buyers.

I think it would be ok to list those guns for sale at this time. Collectors are always looking to add to their collections and money is usually not a big issue with them.

While the economy might be struggling, I am seeing a lot of people paying upwards of $200 to $300 for vintage Case pocket knives. You can buy a pretty good knife these days, made in China, for about $12. Yet these collectors are paying $300 just for a collectable piece.

James asked Can i send collectable knives and swords from Mallorca to the UK?

Hello everybody,
Im currently in Mallorca, Spain on a holiday, the local super market sells vintage swords and knives which are real and very very cheap, much cheaper then any website ive seen. does anyone know if i buy one can i parcell it to myself to the UK for when i get home. I know you cant take anything of the sort through customs in you case so the only other thing i can think of is to post it to myself, will it make it? will i get in trouble or will it be taken off me or me fined? i only collect them as oniments so i was just wondering?
Thanks James

And got the following answer:

Check with HMS customs first. Also you will have to declare the contents with the carrier who might not take them. Certain types of knife are illegal and you could be prosecuted for trying to import them. Do not take the advice of the sellers they just want the sale.

Kronos asked Where can I find some collectable knifes?

Hey, I was looking thru Amazon and saw a couple of cool knifes, but don’t want to order online and stuff for my own reasons, I was just wandering if there are like stores where I can go and check them out like in front of me and get them there. (I live in omaha, ne (im kinda scared for telling people that now(stalkers….))) anyway like would the shops in the malls have good quality knifes or nah?

And got the following answer:

If these don’t do it email me. I put in everything on the page so delete the ones online. Craigs list may be ok but if they want you to see them please make sure you have at the very least one person with you check them out and see them. Dont give personal information to someone you don’t know.

http://www.2-clicks-collectableknives.com/top/collectible-pocket-knives/folding-pocket-knives.html

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More of the cool knifes I found in a box. Look for other ads. Will make a deal on all items in the picture. 65 for both or 45 each 65 obo call 402-657-5706 …
http://www.omaha.craigslist.org/for/​2699659097.html

Collectible Pocket Knives
Attention knife collectors I have a good collection of older USA made, Schrade, Camillus and Imperial pocket knives forsale, some are new in the original …
http://www.omaha.craigslist.org/clt/​2558034310.html

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Short Dagger is in excellent condition with its case. Perfect for Collectors of swords and Knives.
Contact Jeremy at [email protected] or just ca – For Sale …
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Jasmine asked Old Plain Vintage Hat Box?

I’m looking for an old octagon shaped hat box, preferably a plain one so i could decorate it(:
Anyone know where I can find one for a reasonable price?

And got the following answer:

Wow, I didn’t realize how many people don’t know the difference between 8 sided and 6 sided boxes until I did this search. People seem to be really confused about this discrepancy.

I did find this company U.S. Box Corp.
Their website is http://www.usbox.com/
Once on their website if you search for Hat Boxes you will be redirected to several choices, which I looked at and the best one is:

http://www.usbox.com/Custom/HatBoxes

To contact them:
U.S. Box Corp.
Newark, NJ 07104
Hours: Monday- Friday 8:30 – 4:30 EST
Phone: 1-800-221-0999 & local calls 973-481-2000
UK: 44-020-7193-0914
Emails:
General: [email protected]
Sample Dept: [email protected]

They also have live customer support during their open times of 8:30 through 4:30 Eastern Standard Time. They do have some octagon shaped hat boxes. Now I’ve taken a closer look and it’s appears that they do not sell “individual” boxes but mostly cartons of boxes. The boxes are between $0.10 to $1.00 per each, but it doesn’t state how many are in a carton. Maybe if you decide to use this company, you should try to get one sample of the box, in that case they send you the sample at no cost, but charge a nominal fee $5.00 in the US for shipping of the sample. It would be the least expensive way to go with this company. But you would probably have to speak to someone about it, rather than ordering on line.

http://www.essortment.com/hobbies/howmakehatbox_slku.htm

This is a tutorial site for making your own hat box. They do state you should use poster-board or a heavy weight card stock type of board, but keep in mind that you can also use photo matting sheets, which most craft and framing stores will sell in full sheets for a minimal price. Matting board is much sturdier and less prone to bends and the damage that can happen to less heavy board such as poster-board.
AND here’s MY TIP for cutting any type of poster-board, matte board even feather panel, which is another type of heavier weight board used mostly for framing and posters, is to use a large cutting board or a cutting mat underneath the board, especially if you are using a box cutter or craft knife.

You could search for Octagon Hat box on ebay. I found a set of two but the prices were very high, at least to me. $75 for the pair–and when I took a closer look at the pair they were hexagon/6 sided not octagon/8 sided.

This ebay listing below is for 4 nesting boxes all octagon shaped, with a design on them, but it could be easily painted over with a nice coating of gesso, which is a thicker white primer for most paints but especially for acrylic paints.
http://cgi.ebay.com/4pc-LOT-OCTAGON-SHAPED-NESTING-BOXES-FRUIT-THEME-LOVELY-/350282243957?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item518e72df75

If the above link does not work the seller’s site is http://stores.ebay.com/Bozos-Collectibles
Then all you need to do is search for Nesting Boxes. The price is in US currency $14.99 with $7.95 shipping using US Postal Service Priority Mail, and this seller appears to ship everywhere, but does not give the rates for other countries. For that you would have to ask him/her.

www.acmoore.com Here they sell paper mache boxes for decorating. They are all a medium tan, and ready for paint, decoupage, or any other type of decorating, but- they don’t seem to have any octagon shaped boxes, the closest would be the hexagon shaped boxes.

http://www.createforless.com/ This company also has the paper mache boxes, in a few different colors, and even though they have heart shapes, star shapes, hexagon shapes, and even flip-flop top shapes, they only have oblong octagon shaped boxes for decorating.

I have to tell you that this question stumped me.

I looked for the vintage ones and all I could find were the confused sellers that think there isn’t a difference between 6 sides and 8 sides, lol.

So, I started looking for a regular octagonal hat box, and did not have a whole lot of success.

All I can do now is to wish you luck, and to hope that you can find something at least close to what you are looking for, and to hope so much that I may have helped you at least a little bit.

Take care of yourself!

Blessings to you and yours!

Anne

PS. I think if it were me, I would go invest in a piece of frame matting board and cut out the pieces myself to make my own box. If you are planning to decorate it anyway, just make it look like what you want, then maybe make it look a bit vintage by either staining it with tea, or start leaving it out in full sunlight so that it fades a bit.

I would definitely love to see the finished product from this project.