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Discussion in 'Schrade Knives Collectors Forum' started by Codger_64, Mar 2, 2018.
Thanks for the link.
When I was 8 or 9 years my Grandad took me to an old timey hardware store to pick out my very first new to me pocketknife. A 3 OT was what I chose. Cool little knives.
I wanted to give my adult daughter an EDC pocketknife so I bought a FF8OTCP for her. But it turned out to be a stiff finger breaker from all the dried factory oil and I couldn't get it to loosen up. So today I traded it for an alternative. I have had a Simon for many years and they are great knives for one so simple!
Very cool. That's a neat keychain knife. I've had a schrade sp1 on my key ring since about 1990, but if I had to replace it, that looks like a good option.
Just picked up a pretty nice LB7 online. Serial Number AX51220. Love these Schrade lockbacks.
Here is my latest. A special factory order for True Value Hardware's Master Mechanic line. This base model is the Schrade SP-7 "Turbo" which was cataloged only in 1989 and 1990. TV ordered these knives in 1989 to go along with their Old Timer and Uncle Henry knives also marked with Master Mechanic branding.