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Old 08-04-2018, 04:37 PM
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The bottom knife is a common military style issue made by Camillus that I have had in my possession since I was a boy. It's a good handy knife for it's purpose.
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Kinda been here before, but it used to be if a boy couldn't be trusted with a pocket knife by the time he was eight or nine years old he was considered a wastrel by adults and a failure among his peers. I have been carrying a some variation of the classic Scout knife for better than 60 years, mostly a GI Camillus.

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Ken, you and old tanker maybe were in the same scout group carrying the same great knife.

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I never was a big pocket knife guy till a couple months ago. A relative told me he wanted sell off a bunch of knives. I ended up buying fifty or so new in box Case knives. Now I'm in the process of figuring out which ones I want to keep and selling off the rest.
Post pictures of them here and maybe put them in the forum "For Sale" section.

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Iíve shared these before but here they are again. These are all Case knives from the 1930ís throught the late 1960ís. None of these are carried.



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I remember seeing these terrific knives before. When I started collecting recently, I realized even more how nice knives like these were.

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The second one is Canal Steet Cutlery with brown bone scales.CS was the knife maker that rose from the ashes of Shrade and Shrade Walden and only lasted for a somewhat short time.
Great knives. I like the Barlow pattern, but don't have very many. I had some as a kid, but who knows where they are now.

BTW, just to let you know, Canal Street is trying to start back up again. Check out Red Hills Cutlery website to see their knives.

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Lionsteel Dom, I like it.
That is exactly what it is, do you have any, what do you think of them?

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I need to clean this up in order to get a merit badge. Thinking 50+ years old.

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Old 08-04-2018, 05:34 PM
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Couple of my favorites, love good ole stag and bone! Shatt and Morgan, Case Saddlehorn, Case Gunstock, Boker lock-back folder, Boker Canoe. All safe queens, my favorite EDC is a Lionsteel KUR or TM-1. They get the hard use....
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Old 08-04-2018, 06:01 PM
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Today there was a knock on my door and a new Case Copperlock was on the other side. This one is a Model 61549L with Navy Blue jigged bone scales, and Case's proprietary True Sharp Surgical Stainless. It is my understanding that the steel currently used for True Sharp is 420 HC heat treated a bit softer than Buck's 420 HC.

The Copperlock and it's smaller brother the Mini-Copperlock are very attractive knives in my mind. Case actually designed them in the late 1990s. I consider them traditional because various traditional aspects were combined when the Cooperlock was coming together.

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I have included a picture of my red Mini-Copperlock for a size comparison. The Copperlock has a 3 1/4" blade, the Mini-Copperlock has a 2 3/4" blade.
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Old 08-04-2018, 07:16 PM
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Boykinlp said, "Ken, you and old tanker maybe were in the same scout group carrying the same great knife."

Yep, near as I can tell, we were both in the US Army scout troop! Coulda been at close to the same time, I'm guessing! Kinda like I've heard said, "We both went to school together, only at different schools!"

I'm glad to hear CS is trying to get started again. Can always use a good knife manufacturer! If they keep the same quality standard as displayed on my Barlow style knife, they will be good!
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Here are a few that are fairly traditional. Mostly Case trappers.


And a few more traditional knives with stag handles.


And a few of the saddle horn pattern.
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The good folks of the USPS delivered two new Case folders to my home this week. Slip-joint two-bladed traditional knives with Carved Burnt Orange Bone handles and stainless steel blades. One is a Case Model 6254 Trapper. The other is a T.B.62110 Saddlehorn. The Saddlehorn brings a smile to my face when I hold it in my hand. That brings my Case holdings to 6. Mostly they are fun little knives to carry and use.
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Okapi ratchet knife.
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Some friction folders.
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Do my eyes deceive me, or have you dropped the points on those?
Yes, I don't care much for the Turkish clip style. For me this is the way it should be with the tip pointing forward for piercing and it's less delicate in my opinion.
I've sold a few to forum members who agree, mostly #6, 7, and 8.
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