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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
Two blade single spring XX 47.
Still working from home. And playing around with knives.
Matt I just picked one up in rough black (post #3579) and I agree with you. The as ground finish would be an improvement. The mirror finish always looks smudged.
Thats a beautiful combination of blade shape and handle material, definitely went to the top of my CASE wishlist. My only dissapointment with the polish isn't so much the smudging (although annoying for good pics!) as that the blade isnt pointy, and needs alot of stonework to be even close to the as ground delrin handled favorite of mine.
( I know the polished vs as ground subject has been covered in detail here in many places, just my redundant 2 cents)
I think I have shown this one before but maybe not in this thread ! Jumbo stockman
That's a beauty!!!
Got this one in yesterdays mail 06263 SSP. 73?
Love the Swayback. Just bought the same red bone CV at a ice discount.
Case Tested XX 6231 1/2 Rogers Bone! Just post-WWII!
3 3/4" of Snappy American steel!! (Real He-men in those days!!)
I just received this 5235 1/2 Jack (?) in Stag - 1920-1940. My oldest Case.
Holy cow! Awesome.
Nice Stag on that knife, Tim!!
Awesome knives !! Especially that 31 and 35 ! This one is not as fancy but still worthy of a look .
Amazing condition. Is that what they call "Gum fuddy?
Thank you very much. No where as amazing as the many outstanding contributions here.
made my heart skip a beat Charlie
Congrats on that beauty Tim
Looks like that one was well taken care of J T, someone's sock drawer queen for a long time
Pmek5 I think they have been referred to as rough black or black gum fuddy . I’m not sure which is the correct term .
Translucent red bone on a 1973 Canoe