mrtman
I remember one popped up for sale on here a few years back.  It was a sterile UT6 HP SE with the middle-right screw in a different position.  In hindsight, I wish I'd bought the thing.  Did anyone save a pic of it?
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tpetsch


Here's a pic of some UT Protos, was part of the Andreas collection:
Andreas-caseSSUT.jpg~original.jpeg 



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breeze
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breeze
Hi guy's been a while since I checked this forum had lots of fun here in the old day's.
I found some pics of an old sterlile Proto you may be looking for:
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breeze
It was a long story but I bought this knife from a fellow Holic named Beau something or other??? that got in over his head and never shipped it to me after I sent him 2K for it. I posted a no-questions-asked reward for the safe return of the knife [smile] and low and behold another very kind and generous Holic who lives near him in Colorado knocked on his door for me and managed to peacefully [smile] compel him to hand it over on the spot and he mailed it to me. I forgot his name but he was very kind and wouldn't even accept the reward $ so I sent him an Outback gift certificate out of appreciation if I remember correctly.
All the other Holic's were great and we used to trade knives on a handshake and trade and send pieces back and forth on a whim often on approval without payment.
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tpetsch
You should post those Proto Pics in the museum. It would be a fitting addition.
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sharkskin
breeze
I spoke with Jeff aka Falcon125 today and relayed your continued thanks for pulling that rabbit out of a hat.

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mrtman
That's the one!  Excellent pics (and a great story behind it too.)  You guys are awesome.
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Araldo
tpetsch wrote:


Here's a pic of some UT Protos, was part of the Andreas collection:
Andreas-caseSSUT.jpg~original.jpeg 





the bottom 2 on the left. What are they? Is the top one chisel grind?
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Fireaid.1
I remember when that went down, also when a member took a vise to a MT, & snapped the blade in two. Ah the good Ol days. 
Wanted: Mini UDTs & UTX-70s the older the better. 
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bongo
The third one from the left is a Ut6 proto with HP blade and dag logo. Note the screw is back where it belongs.

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drfish
I miss the days of low profile buttons and no glass breakers.
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mrtman
Don't we all...  The UT6 is one of those designs that would look right at home in 1950, 2000, and 2050.   It's Tony's Rolex Submariner in my opinion.

Btw, thanks to the folks who posted the pics.  I was able to get it added to the model set.  Now if I can ever find the time to finish up the render and the print....

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Viperkiller
Those were a small run of hand ground Carbon fiber/Titanium laminated blades with carbon fiber top and firing button. Cool knives, and the fastest firing UT I ever owned ( use to have a tanto grind, and yes single bevel chisel grind).
Araldo wrote:


the bottom 2 on the left. What are they? Is the top one chisel grind?
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