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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Happy Memorial Day!
I'm trying to identify the maker of this little 3" slipjoint with brass bolsters and wood (cocobolo?) scales that I picked up at a local flea market this weekend. It is very well made and has the letters C.E.L. stamped in the tang of the blade. Anyone have any information?
Happy Memorial Day !
Camillus USA engineers knife
E Weck & Son
Happy Memorial Day.
Remember our fallen on Memorial Day! God bless our veterans! USA!
Queen 99 Scout
When you see tracks think trains.
Thanks for the comments.
The price point of those War Eagle Blades had me wondering.
Be good choice for a user or a kid's first knife I guess, or if you wanted to practice modifying, etc...
Thank you for your comments, Gary! One of the best knife purchases I ever made was that mini copperhead inspired by yours.
Memorial Day carry.
Schrade 61OT and small [3"] Puma lockback.
@5K Qs Thank you Gary for the nice words. Also, you are so right about personal taste, of which you have good taste in abundance.
@Gevonovich Gev, your pairing is a wonderful turn back the clock image.
@Misplaced Hillbilly David, in my book, your grandfather is also a hero who deserves our thanks and rememberance. To this day, we don’t do enough to help our returning Veterans.
I carried this Small Tinker in the Marines and it even went to the island of Iwo Jima with me. I figured today is a good reason to carry it.