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    Spyderco Forum Registered User fifthprofession47's Avatar
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    Spyderco knife used in Mission Impossible: III for sale

    I found this and thought it might appeal to movie afficianados...

    http://www.propstore.com/product-Eth...cket-Knife.htm
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    How much?! You've gotta be kidding Are there really that many people who will pay over $1000 bucks for a small prop that hardly gets a few seconds on screen?! Besides, the movie was hardly Citizen Kane was it ... I can't even remember the plot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisR View Post
    How much?! You've gotta be kidding Are there really that many people who will pay over $1000 bucks for a small prop that hardly gets a few seconds on screen?! Besides, the movie was hardly Citizen Kane was it ... I can't even remember the plot.
    I found it amusing too. Hard to believe but the entire site has tons of stuff that you could buy for a fraction of their listed price if you just purchased the item from a retailer. Of course you wouldn't be getting the actual item handled, worn, carried by or breathed on by some film actor but hey, you can't have everything, right?
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    I can't believe Tom Cruise using it increases the value so much...

    Honestly, I wouldn't trust that wacko with a knife.
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    They didn't even bother to determine the brand and model of knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcdurant View Post
    They didn't even bother to determine the brand and model of knife.
    Does it come with a C.O.A.? Ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mentaculous View Post
    I can't believe Tom Cruise using it increases the value so much...

    Well, it's only worth what someone will pay for it. I'd be curious to see if it ever sells for that sum.

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    honestly!
    it certainly can't be worth much,
    seeing that the knife probably no longer bares any of Tom's finger prints on 'em.

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