Here's most of 'em and the 'hawk.... The 1911 is a VBOB, and the folder is by Ultimate Engineering. The antler blades were made by Steve Bowers. The 'hawk is made by 2hawks, and should really be seen to be appreciated.
I was never really a big knife guy. I have a Gerber Mark II I bought back in the 1980's. I used to have a little camo boot knife with about a 4" blade. It fell out into the grass and leaves one day while I was on bivouac in the Army and I never found it. That taught me a lesson about camo knifes.
For hunting I use the Gerber Para 2 folding knife and it works well.
I was happy with the quality of the Mtech that I bought a few years back. I grabbed 5 of them for groomsman gifts at under 10 bucks a piece and got them engraved locally. They guy that engraved them does a lot of knives and said the metal was high quality. A lot of the yahoo's in my wedding actually carry the knife like I told them too (its not a decoration or a paper weight) and I haven't seen any broken tips or wobbly blades or anything. Only thing I don't like with Mtech USA is they are not made in the USA. They are a USA design - which is clearly labeled, just deceiving.
Always room for one more Wicked. Have you thought of a Sog Trident Tanto with spring assist?. Neat as hell. You can laugh but that Schrade Sharp Finger looks good for skinning even though made in China. Wish I would have grabbed one years back. Like my old Puma Skinner. Made in 66 according to nos. on hilt. Carbon back then I believe. Thanks for all the pics.