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Schrade Minuteman Medium Stockman, built on Ulster 58OT frame, from Bicentennial era.
Ulster 58OT, late 1960's, that belonged to my...
@Amir Fleschwund please give Andie our regards - my Kristin also has Down Syndrome. Attached is a link to the Buck Sub-forum thread that has...
Lot of on and off rain today as another very quick Tropical Depression moved through the area. With all the rain I have spent my time today...
Very nice gentlemen all the way around, very nice. OH
@JonMcD as the father of a special needs child I feel some kinship with you in your families accomplishment - congratulations. I know the road...
That right there is one of those "perfect knives" - just beautiful Charlie!
Thank you! Appropriately enough that knife was bought in a pawnshop...
Two for the M-1 Garand; a WW-II M-1 Bayonet (AFH - American Fork & Hoe) and M-7 (aka M3A1) Scabbard and a Korean War era M-5 Bayonet (Imperial)...
Those have got to be some old, old Craftsman sockets and wrench’s. I have some I bought 35 or so years ago, but I think they are babies compared...
GT, I’ve got one of those VIC’s I bought from a Gun & Pawn several years ago - when I saw it I thought ‘perfect drywall knife’ - didn’t realize it...
Nice Jacks JJ. That old, non-celluloid, black synthetic handle material seems to hold up well over the decades, only my Imperial BSA has shrunk...
Just about any decent Medium Stockman or Junior Cattle Knife, 3-1/4” to 3-9/16”, will give you full size capability for most anything a...
Ontario M-7 Bayonet, in M8A1 Scabbard, and mounted on M-4 clone (AR-15). OH
Wireman’s Tool Set (Korea era).
Utica M-3 (WW-II).
Imperial M-4 Bayonet for M-1 Carbine (WW-II).
Imperial Navy-Coast Guard...
You and me both! OH
Congratulations JaxBaron! Sorry to hear this 315 - now you gotta stop fishing. (I know better!) OH
@Half/Stop that is a fine Craftsman Whittler - great pickup! OH
Really nice knife photos Makael. OH
Mini-Copperlock for today. OH