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Old 09-10-2018, 07:59 PM
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Finally got some photos with my cell phone, not very good quality, but here goes.











One shows the Buck Stockman #301 and the Wrangler, the others show various areas and views.

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Very nice Leon. Congratulations!
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The long pull is where it's at. Probably my two favorite Buck models. The flat ground blades are so much nicer than the newer overseas made Bucks with hollow ground blades.
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The long pull is where it's at. Probably my two favorite Buck models. The flat ground blades are so much nicer than the newer overseas made Bucks with hollow ground blades.
Agreed. I don't like hollow ground blades. I prefer a substantial full flat grind. That's why I liked the old USA-made Old Timers and am sold on the flat ground Spyderco knives.
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Thanks for the fine, well composed photos.

I have a knife like these, but one blade is an awl or punch.

Are these made by Schrade, or by Camillus? I prefer these with the shorter blade tangs. Those with an extended tang don't look as good.
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Very nice thanks for pic
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Thanks for the fine, well composed photos.

I have a knife like these, but one blade is an awl or punch.

Are these made by Schrade, or by Camillus? I prefer these with the shorter blade tangs. Those with an extended tang don't look as good.
At one time they were made by Camillus, as were so many knives with other companies' tang stamps. Knives identical to the 307 except for a Camillus shield and stamp and differently colored scales were available for a while. I owned one, but gave it to my son. Same quality and durability as the Buck.
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I carried a Wrangler in my pocket for decades. One of my favorites.
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