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Nice knife Augie, do you know if they were actual issued Navy knives or civilian?
I just got this Russell rope knife in, its a nice size compared to the Miller Brothers [ATTACH]
Most Buck knives are black phenolic, the two knives I posted are micarta
A couple old Buck knives in micarta
[ATTACH] Got this small NYKC cattle knife with etch remaining, nice snap. Punch still has blueing
I got this user grade slender electrician knife with the Empire flared bar shield, hard to beat Schrade quality of this era, assuming Schrade made...
In regards to Electric knives, what would be a guess for this knife's story?
There isn't any origin stamp, just arched Electric on both...
[ATTACH] A couple Mauro Mario products of Maniago, a small 1950s ROSCO picklock and a 1960s M. Italy 11" swivel bolster release
That knife was made by a master rockman
I see the Schrade dna
I think this Shapleigh Barlow is an Empire product, super well made.
Those are both stunning Rockman0, congratulations
Lol you're persistent Mr. Frye... I still take that knife out from time to time to try and free up some of the internal grime working oil into it....
Yes sir, are you thinking its an Empire made knife?
I got this Norvell Shapleigh sowbelly jack in the mail today, nice pick bone and a good amount of patina. It's my first sowbelly pattern.
Hi Duncan, your knife reminded me of a stockman that I have had for a little while. I am excited to see your tidy example when it arrives. Here is...
Augie whats your secret to getting your knives to look so good? They all have a similar look to them, I would know your knives out of a lineup.
That ulster speaks to me, great knife love the etch.
A couple older big ones[ATTACH][ATTACH]
Here is a full stainless Wenger Tahara swiss army knife made for Neiman Marcus, kind of a rare bird