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    New York
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    Collecting US Edged Weapons & Vintage Handcuffs/Leg Irons/Thumb Cuffs
  1. Just received my copy in the mail yesterday and finished reading it today. Great book, I couldn't be happier. If you don't have a copy, email Greg and order one before they're all gone. Glenn
  2. Amazing workmanship. He really did a great job matching the pommel. Glenn
  3. Here is my Blade dated Robeson with Milsco M6.
  4. Thanks, My favorite has always been the M3. It's the largest part of my collection. I'd like it if everyone would post pics of their M3's. With all the fakes out there for sale lately, it would be nice to have a page where we could post pics of legit M3's for comparison.
  5. Hello, I had stopped collecting for a few years and just started to get back into it. Here are my 3 Boker M3's. One double tang with a Barwood M6. Two single tang versions with cut down Moose Co M6's.
  6. Thanks Rob, Great collection. I especially like the Ek with the fuller. I've never seen one like it before. Was that factory done or do you think that it was added later? Glenn
  7. Hello, I'm new here and this is my first post. Below are a few pics of my small John Ek collection. I have an early Hamden Model 1 with the original scabbard (serial number 1M66) without any company markings. I have included a letter written by John Ek in 1971 to a collector, written on a company invoice. I blacked out the name of the recipient because I wasn't sure if it was ok to include it here. Included in the photos are an early copy of "Your Silent Partner" and a later Richmond Va Ek with a retro Ek made leather scabbard.
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