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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by VCM3, Jan 21, 2008.
Keen Kutter Cattle knife arrived today
Thanks, Duncan, and thanks for the laugh!
@black mamba I will try my best to post therapy knife photos for you Jeff!
@SteveC Congrats on that KK! Long pulls on all three blades with great swedge work. Very nice bone too!
Beautiful Cattle Steve matey. That’s a very nice knife.
May it be successful and give you permanent ease from pain!!!!
Thanks @kai76 and @Campbellclanman !
Thanks, Charlie, much appreciated!
Here's a decent Ulster, can't recall if I have shared it here before...
And a Keen Kutter
2 very nice knives Glenn.
Thanks for the kind words. Coming from you and your amazing collection, that means a lot.
Beautiful, Steve! Any chance you could post this one in the "Does anyone out there have any Simmons Hardware or Keen Kutter Knives?" thread. It hasn't had a post for quite awhile and needs a bump to try to draw more KKs out of the woodwork. It is currently sitting back on page 26 of this forum.
@danno50 you bet, I'll look for it.
Glenn- beautiful Knives as Augie said.
Both Schrade built Im guessing as both have that gorgeous Peach Seed Bone and that lovely Swage work on their Clip Points
Couple old unused pen knives, a W. Bingham and a Hibbard Spencer&Bartlett, the HSB has an unusual High School Store etch.
Amazing knives, and really cool etch. Just to think of a time when a knife was sold in the school store. Kid carry that to school today and end up in jail
Thanks David, I was thinking the same thing. This knife is also a great example of how much an etch on a vintage knife can add to the knife, takes just an average old knife and makes it quite interesting and special.
This little guy lives in my wallet, and is by far my oldest
Nice Electric, WV!!!
Great taste in wallets and knives WV!
@WValtakis @Mike Robuck Excellent knives gentlemen!! Nice stingray wallets too!