Franklin Mint Collector Pocket Knife

This is a good looking folder that is best suited to be kept on the shelf as an ornament. The knife, offered by Franklin Mint, comes with a small collectors bag and a collectors certificate. This knife is one of a series of folders of the same size but with different motives on the handles. This knife's motive is a bear fishing for salmon.

Knife length: 175 mm
Knife weight: 146 g
Blade: Drop point blade with nail nick
Blade material: Stainless steel
Blade length: 71 mm
Blade width: 20 mm
Blade thickness: 2 mm
Edge: Straight plain
Handle: Finger grooved, engraved with bear and salmon motive
Handle material: Plastic and metal
Handle length: 104 mm

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Buck General 120

This is in my opinion one of the most beautiful clip point blades ever produced. This classic also got smaller siblings in the Special 119, Pathfinder 105 and the Woodsman 102 . The Buck General feels light when you pick it up. I would have preferred a bit more weight in the blade. The original Buck General is not manufactured anymore but a tribute knife called Boone and Crocket can be found at Buck. I'm glad I found this knife for a reasonable prize on the used market. Today the old Generals are highly attractive on the collectors market.

Knife length: 305 mm
Knife weight: 241 g
Blade: Clip point
Blade material: Stainless steel 420 HC
Blade length: 191 mm
Blade width: 29 mm
Blade thickness: 4,5 mm
Edge: Straight plain
Handle: Finger grooved with guard and butt of aluminum
Handle material: Black phenolic and metal
Handle length: 114 mm
Sheath: One push button lock and one leg strap
Sheath material: Black leather
Sheath length: 360 mm
Sheath weight: 178 g
Total length (knife in sheath): 360 mm
Total weight (knife and sheath): 418 g

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Bayonet m/96

An old Swedish bayonet used on bolt-action rifles m/1896 and m/1938 manufactured in Sweden (Carl Gustafs stads Gevärsfaktori and Husqvarna Vapenfabriks Aktiebolag) and Germany (Waffenfabrik Mauser Oberndorf a/n). This bayonet can also be used on the automatic rifle Ag m/42.
A lethal weapon back in the days and today a beautiful ornament. Or why not sharpen up your m/96 bayonet and use it when out hunting wild bore.

Knife length: 330 mm
Knife weight: 280 g
Blade: Dagger point
Blade material: Stainless steel
Tang: Short
Blade length: 207 mm
Blade width: 24 mm
Blade thickness: 5 mm
Edge: Straight plain
Handle: Hollow cylindrical with guard and mounting ring
Handle material: Steel
Handle length: 123 mm
Sheath: One button lock and one metal spring lock
Sheath material: Steel and leather
Sheath length: 425 mm
Sheath weight: 208 g
Total length (knife in sheath): 425 mm
Total weight (knife and sheath): 488 g

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