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    Do you have a favorite Belt Buckle?

    Show us your favorite Belt Buckles. I have a couple that I like to wear, the Ruger buckle that I received from my kids about 10 years ago and the one I wore in the 70s.

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    I am going to jump in on this one.
    Young daughter gave me a buckle from one of her horse shows, now my favorite.
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    I don't have one yet, but will get eventually.

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    They don't make belts in my size, let alone buckles!! You could hide a 44 Magnum Buntline behind one of my buckles and you'd never see it...
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    ^^^ Nice collection of buckles Mike. I bet those buckles can bring back some great memories ^^^
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    I have been wearing a Bowen belt knife since 1978.
    I have worn out three belts and am on the fourth now
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    Phelonius that's an excellent belt buckle. The best defense is the one they don't see coming and dual purpose to boot. I think I may have to put one of those on my Christmas List.

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    I prefer the single cutting edge model as it has a lot of practicality as a tool as well as a weapon. BTW they are good quality stainless steel and take and hold a very good edge too.
    It also opens old time beer bottles like Mexican beer still comes in.
    As a weapon you hold it in a fist with the blade protruding from the middle of your knuckles. You can slash or punch with it underhand, over hand, or side arm. If you use it to block a kick, it devastates a leg.
    There is one downside, If the fight lasts more than a few moments, your pants fall off. Suspenders can be a lifesaver.
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    ^^^ That one gave me my morning chuckle I love to start a day out laughing.^^^. Here in Baltimore most of the indigenous people run around with there pants half down. I guess that would put me on equal footing. Lol
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