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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by redsparrow, May 29, 2018.
Anyone know if there was ever a 3" closed Barlow made by either a USA, Elnglish or German cutlers?
My Barlow knowledge is very limited, but GEC did make a TC Barlow on the #14 frame.
Thanks - I was thinking older makers though
Schatt and Morgan made some small single blade Barlow's...I think in the 3" range. I remember seeing them frequently in the AG Russell catalogs handled in stag.
During AG Russell's time in owning Hen and Rooster, they made some tiny Barlow's as well. I recall somewhat recently seeing them on the site. Hen and Roosters were some of the finest knives to come out of Germany up until the late 1970s.
Picked up this 3 inch knife at the GEC Rendezvous.
Schrade cut co 71083 3/4 at 2 3/4''. Small and slim.
Check out the jigging on this Pemberton.
3" Western circa 1979
Hope this qualifies...it certainly is small!
Becoming very fond of this little guy (chapstick for size comparison)
Speaking of small (and old).....
Of course it qualifies, its a classic in every sense of the word. And we al know that a classic is something that doesn't go out of style.
Schrade walden 808 2 3/4'' jr stockman with bone handles.
A Schmall Walden
2 1/2" File Worked Baby Trapper