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    Gerber Mark II...a classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    LOL! used to do that in middle school with pens (cause we didn't have knives), moved up to knives in HS, but never with speed!

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    The newest Rambo film had Sly forging a knife and quenching in water and then forging some more without re-heating it.

    Well, I had a 22 yr old kid come in and wanted to learn some knife forging, etc... So I start him working with some 5160 and after a few times going back and forth from the forge to the anvil, his hand gets hot. So what does he do? He quenches the whole knife in water and before I could stop him, he starts hitting it again with the hammer. The knife broke into 3-4 pieces. Of course I say, "you just watched Rambo didn't you?" I never saw a more embarrassed look in my life.

    DOH!!!

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    I forgot one. The the Bowie knife saloon duel between David Carradine and James Remar in "The Long Riders" was fun. Lots of big swinging without anyone even getting nicked and old Kwai Chang ends up sticking Remar in the thigh and leaving the knife there at the end, but fun nonetheless.

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    The opening scene from Eat Drink Man Woman I've always loved... some nice cleaver action there!

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    How could we forget about Dune, particularly the SciFy miniseries version of the early 2000's?

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