so what else do you collect ?

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  1. tacklebox

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    i know we all love bikes but what eles do you guys collect . i have a large knife collection (not cheesy wall hangers ) all real tactical knives . i also like old coins , skeleton keys , and i still have my rock collection from when i was a kid
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    tools...apparently... :roll:
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    comics. and mid 80's chevys apparently
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    I have a fat collection of Hot wheels ,matchbox,racing champions,jada,corgi,Musclemachines, all in storage,and like 40 unbuilt model kits, and parts for my unfinished 72 Monte Carlo ,,,,never ends
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    I tend to collect paper with holes punched into them from 200+ yards away, recently started on knives (mostly handmade by me), and I do have a "Social Distortion" t-shirt collection I'm still working on...Oh and lots of tools.
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    all of the above.then some. :mrgreen:
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    Useless left-over hardware, .45 holsters that look like they'll be better than my dirty old Galco, but aren't, and annoying minor injuries. :roll: :lol:
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    i like " hole punching " too but im more of the 30 ft kind my 686 isnt that accurate at the 200 yard line
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    ANYTHING FREE this includes complete garbage but the top things are ANYTHING VW related,bikes everything i can get my hands on :mrgreen: ,hubcaps, model cars,lots o hot wheels,LEGOS i have lots of those,also i have minibikes,a gokart and a bunch of small engines thats about it for big stuff 8)
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    I have 15 R.C. Air Planes, About 10k invested
    Also have about 1200 NASCAR Winner Circle collectible cars. At least 12k invested
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    Haven't punched long distance holes lately because of the price of ammo but every now and then my brother will reload the brass I collect and give me a couple boxes of his special 556 for my trouble. Been shooting the 40 S&W as of lately.
    This is my latest creation, a tactical Gurkha kukri with a swedge tip tanto. RC hardness of 58-59 high carbon 1095 Camillus steel. Custom molded and shaped epoxy resin handle (waterproof), full tang, 1 lbs. 13 oz. :mrgreen: Proud to say that one of my creation identical to this, is currently seeing action somewhere in Afghanistan by one of our special forces.
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    I have a Donald Duck collection, and it has only been displayed once, for about 3 months at the city library years ago. I also have Hotwheels, other diecast, model kits, Tony Stewart Home Depot stuff (but none of the Stewart Haas Racing stuff yet), and a small (75-100) vinyl album collection.
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    Unused match books and vintage galvanized watering cans.
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    R/C cars and boats, and 1/18 scale die-cast cars. I should find some cheaper hobbies...... if they actually exist :cry:
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    WWII US militaria...
    Mostly USAAF stuff now though. groundcrew gear, armourers tools, engine tools, airframe tools etc.
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    bits for my '53 Chevy and any old bikes I can lay me hands.
    Oh and anything else that I didn't realise I wanted till the moment I saw it then I'd die if I couldn't have it :roll:
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    WW1 German Iron Crosses and Native American arrowheads and spear points. Gary
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    I have a 50'X20' shed full! 5 valiants (aussie ones) i think around 10 bikes, several hundred hot wheels, motor sport memorabilia, tools, assorted other bikes in various stages of disrepair,nuts, bolts, pieces of wood, plastic and a lot of car parts that are "worth alot of money" but my wife thinks most of what i collect is junk!
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    thats a sweet blade ive always liked the kukri very nice

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