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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
Case Teardrop TB61028W/SS
Good ole XX Texas Jack!
Nice one LT!!
Good ole Greenbone!!
Two beauties Mr. Waynorth, I never tire of seeing the amazing assortment of knives in your collection. That equal end knife is especially appealing to my eyes.
Thanks for the kind words, Greg!!!
I like hearing that I am putting up what y'all like!!
two recent Case pickups, a swayback and ebony peanut. Both are older models that were nicely discounted.
Improved muskrat in the pocket today
I took this USA on a quick walk this morning.
6227 from 1975, a gift from my grand-pa. I was thrilled as a kid and I still am. Had to look up the name, I believe it's called a Little Jack. It's 2 3/4"
Another very appreciated gift from Charlie @waynorth ,
A venerable old Greenbone, Â !! Of all the Case knives I have owned, I have enjoyed carefully-used ones that have a few miles on them, the most!!
It does not devalue one to use it, and you get to enjoy the goodness of a venerable, well-made antique!!
On that note, my newest Case is a lovely user stockman I received from @rishma this week. I plan to use it often!
Hello Charlie, it's their most important part, they have had a nice life before and it's visible .
I just received a new 2020 Case Sodbuster Jr. in Rough Black. This is not a review of the sodbuster, just my impressions of this individual piece.
First of all the rough black (also called "gum fuddy") has always been one of my favorites. Because the soddie is a barehead the jigging covers both sides completely. A nice even pull I'd say is about a 5-6 with no half stops. There are no gaps. The blade may be off center by a hair and that's what it is, hair popping sharp.
This one sees a lot of pocket time.