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A couple right at 3 inches.
Schrade Walden 295K
Schrade Walden 709SHA
This one comes in at about 3.1 inches.
Short run GEC, 1 of only 4 made in Ancient Kauri wood, without shield.
Aw, shucks, G, you make me blush!
For sure, there is nothing natural about it . . . it does look kind of "foreign," doesn't it?
Thanks, Dylan, these were made with Culpepper bone. The Carved Pumpkin one on the far right has amazing depth of color in different lighting....
Here's a cool little trapper @ 3.33" closed. Cargill Cripple Creek, 1st Edition, 1982
Here's a few different flavors of stag bone GEC have done in the past (2007-'08).
From the left: green mountain, brimstone, burnt carved,...
Back home with the stainless Viper.
Very, very nice, K&E.
Thanks, bc, the 440B makes sense, as Camillus and Western were using it at that time period as well.
Just found this older thread, and am seeking some info. I have this stockman that was owned by Irv Trachtenberg, a manager with Schrade in the...
Does anyone know when more knives will be available???
Here is one from ground zero, the first year of GEC in 2006. It's called Sheffield tobacco jigged bone, and it's gorgeous!
Camillus, if you like the ss ones, here is the complete set from 2007.
From left to right: green tea bone, stained green tea bone,...
Dave knows his Queens, but I would just add that the File & Wire knives tend to be thicker and heavier knives, to go along with the tougher ATS-34...
Eta has been pounding wind and rain on us here for the last 24 hours, but it's supposed to let up a little this afternoon. If I do go out, it'll...
The ones I've kept, I use. That means mostly the ones in stainless steels, and the M390 on this years is as good as they come. Plus, ram's horn...
David, your stag is ruggedly handsome, a great look, and both sides are wonderfully matched!
And Ron, I don't know how you do it (you're either...
Camillus, you have an odd duck there. I'm reasonably certain the "Tidioute" script etch on the mark side was only used from 2006-2007, and they...
Of course, Charlie, that was back when a lot of people sharpened their knives on a grinder, or with a file, greatly shortening their lives.
Primo stag, there, fanatic!