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jb, you wouldn't have been laughing if that Hoodwink turned your knife on you. I hope they become extinct. They're a danger to society.
That's a good question, Hawkeye. Hopefully, someone will come along soon with the answer. :thumbsup:
Roger, I didn't know Hoodwinks nested in ebony trees. That probably explains why it felt at home on the handle of my 110. :D Don't let their...
That whole package is awesome, @GPyro. Great looking sheath, @Makael.
I would have never believed that story, but it worked!
Thanks for the complement, Roger. :rolleyes: Yes, I am aware that photo is Haebbie's avatar, but it's the first time I ever saw the full...
Okay, Haebbie. What's the story on that photo? I think you just won SPS Photo of the Year.
Excellent choice, Hawkeye! Good luck getting sleep until it arrives. :p:D
I got it, @Old Hunter. Here you go, @Hawkeye5. These are seriously nice knives.
An old Navajo sandcast buckle and Case pocketknife.
Still going strong 74 consecutive years and counting! :)
Surely, someone on here has an early 102 in a flap sheath to let us know if the knife fits in the sheath as deep as yours.
ETA: Your sheath...
@Hickory n steel My mid-70s 105 sheath is exactly 9 3/4" closed. When the knife is sheathed, the pommel comes all the way to the top of the fold...
Noticeable. Here's a photo I grabbed off of the internet.
That's beautiful! Thank you for the close-up photo, gedlicks. Blazer crests are expensive to produce and are individually hand-embroidered on...
@gedlicks Is that red "patch" (bottom left) a blazer crest with gold bullion wire? What is the story on it?
Thanks Bert! That is very interesting and validates the additional handcrafting that went into these earlier knives.
Flap sheaths rule. :)