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Carrying this old Propwood Schrade Walden Stockman today.
Here ya go Charlie, it is indeed a punch. The knife doesn't look like it was ever used but wasn't stored very well at some time in it's life so...
So many nice knives being posted. Really liking the Navy knives, I find the Miller Bros interesting with the screws instead of pins. Did other...
Very nice, love the old stag
It was made by Schrade Cut Co. The S stands for Schrade. The tang stamp is an abreviation of the company name, that stamp was used around 1910-1946
Here is a Schrade Walden whittler. A few interesting features on these: sabre grind on the main blade, a notch is cut out of the wedge piece to...
A lot to like about that one :thumbsup:
Picked up this Ulery tool kit knife recently. I have read that Napanoch was the manufaturer for many of these and I suspect this one. The knife...
Very nice, never even seen one, does the blade retract into the handle?
Good to see you here, and those are some fine looking Navy knives :thumbsup:
So glad that you were able to talk Bill into doing a knife again for us this year @waynorth. That one looks like a winner for sure!
I continue to watch for them as well. I'm afraid John has probably the finest set still in existence ;)
I'll take both
This old Schrade EO has certainly seen some use but its still a solid knife
That is an amazing set, I'm sure it took some work to talk Charlie out of those :thumbsup::cool:
Very nice collection of Ulsters my friend, and nice additions with the camp/hobo knives very cool.
Curious about the bolster on the Simmons, is that an aluminum bolster?