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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
Very nice group of peanuts... especially the G10!
CV or Stainless?
,,,Mike in Canada
That one is stainless
I posted this one in the "new traditionals" thread, but it is my newest (old) Case knife. A 1976 barlow with delrin scales, pretty much unused.... it's a keeper, I think...
Case Teardrop (TB61028W):
Just got this 61066ss Centennial, I thought a side by side shot with a mini copperlock would be interesting.
A quick afternoon walk in the woods around the summit of Mt Mitchell, NC. I never found anything that needed cut, but did manage to take a couple quick pics.
Three of Case's Finest
Top to Bottom Mini-Trapper, Sowbelly, Texas Jack
Never seen a single-blade sowbelly before. I like it! And that blue is spectacular!!!
Another new Case came yesterday:
The covers appear shiny, but this is only a reflection of of the artificial light under which the photos were taken. Actually they are quite matte.
Thanks Ace! The single blade sowbelly is my favorite sowbelly. It's fairly large folder (3.75 inch) but thin and flat which makes it an easy carry. Originally the blue was a bit pale for me but a little black leather dye fixed it right up. I kinda like the shield on that one, a step up from the plain oval.(yuck)
Outside of SAKs, most of my traditionals are Case. Will take me three posts for them, I'll get to the other two later.
All "new" - bought within the last year, although a couple have date codes from about 11 years ago. After decades of tactical stuff, I've been transitioning back to traditional.
My Case Barlows - Antique Bone single-blade, Brown and Yellow Synthetic clip/ pen.
Jigged Whiskey Bone Pocket-worn CV, and Antique Bone stainless Tribal Locks. I really like this design.
Same as the Barlows, all "new" (bought within the last year).
And the two Mini Copperlocks - Star-Spangled Bone stainless and jigged Red Bone CV.
Also "new", the Red Bone was one of the first Case knives I purchased, the Star-Spangled is the most recent. Even though I find the size of the knife small, I was surprised to find that I like the design.
Busy morning at the Case tour in Branson, MO
Great knives, wonderful photos (all three post)!!! Welcome back to traditional.