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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Eli Chaps, Jun 30, 2019.
Unobtainium Ulster Barlow set.
FWIW, I just verified a fact I thought I remembered from long ago: scout knife, camp(er) knife, Utility knife are different names for the same pattern. Gives me new opportunities; how about you, John?
Imperial BSA Knives:
Kutmaster Girl Scout Knife:
Marbles "demo" knife with US on cover:
Marbles Workman Series Scout:
Rough Rider scout knife:
Victorinox Celidor (except Alox Electrician):
Victorinox Alox SAKs:
Northfield UN-X-LD Stag
U is for UGLY! The only knife I have ever named. "Ugly Betty"
I still took it in and gave it a good home.
We're following each other around today Ron!
All 3 knives are just beautiful! The 26 is extra special. Great photo.
Ulster Old Timer from the "Prince Albert in a Can" promotion in the '60s. I've had it since then.
I’m late to the party today so I’m playing catch up! Thanks for the compliment Mark!
"George's Market can I help you?"
"Um...Do you have Prince Albert in a Can?"
"Yes we do."
"Well you better let him out before he suffocates! Hehehehe"
Oh the innocent, albeit no doubt annoying, crank calls of my youth. Rotary phone days and such...
I think I did that too!
As always, I'm rather late to the game. Wanted to post this one when J, N, S and T were up. I gues U as in UNxLD will do just fine as well. It's also my only one. But that doesn't mean I cut it any slack!
You beat me to it Gary Ulster Prince Albert Trio
Uncle Henry of course, couple of vintage and a couple of newer.
My personal Ur-Knife, my first User:
Utility, post war Navy utility knife
Thanks for the reminder! I recently picked up a USMC stamped knife,albeit a Camillus tl29
Its faint but its there
U is my favorite day ULSTERS!