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Tuffy4lyfe
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Atlanta blade show

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So I was thinking about attending for the first time this year and was just curious if anyone has ever been and if this is a show to possibly score some older stuff. Was hoping to pick up a few minis and maybe a rizzuto or two. Do they even sell switchblades at all here. Is it just big manufacturers or do like local guys get tables and sell their stuff also. Appreciate the feedback guys
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There is everything you could want at the Blade Show.
Lots of switchblades-more than you can imagine of all types, new and used.
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Re: Atlanta blade show

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Bill DeShivs wrote: Mon Mar 08, 2021 1:01 pm There is everything you could want at the Blade Show.
Lots of switchblades-more than you can imagine of all types, new and used.
Awesome thanks bro can’t wait
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Re: Atlanta blade show

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The blade show is the largest show of its kind with everything from current factory production to vintage to supplies for building or displaying anything knife related. Only wish I could make it this year.
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