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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
I only have 3 Case
I love it! These knives have personality to spare. You can't get that from tacticals. Great show folks!
...and excellent examples of Case quality.:thumbup:
I've got a passel of 'em and can keep this thread alive for a while, if forced into it.
layful: O K, who's been holding out ?
Here's another Case/Bose collaboration. The Lock back Whittler.
Peregrin, that's one of the Case/Bose knives that's not often seen. Thanks for showing it.
Gotta love that swedge and long pull on the main.
Robin ,nice thread.
Charlie,I say that's Rogers.
~P,you give me the blues.
Gary,that lockback is the best I've seen by Case in modern times.
Not the oldest I own,but the oldest of my collection.
This knife got me started down this road.Being unemployed during the winter,my mentor and master mason instructor took me around hardware stores looking for discontinued Cases.
In 1979 at Ironton Hardware Ironton,Ohio we bought some knives off the display. This was my first ever knife to collect,and I think the frame led me to farmers jacks. $18.00,the only investment I think I've ever made money on.
Case 1970 10 dot 6380
That's a beautiful knife, Lyle. Wish they still made 'em like that.
Just got, love it
All new since I started my collecting Case knives again; I gave 5 away to Afghans back in the day, 4 to family and friends, and got into this modern fixed and folder blade kick which I quickly tired of....
Here's a few of mine!
Case 4 5/8" TB72546 SS Panama Trapper with ebony covers.
Case 7254HP 4 1/8" SS Equestrian knife with Rosewood covers.
The few i havent given away..................FES
Here's a couple pics I took the other morning. Some from the XX era and a couple from the 70's. There is just something really special about that old Case red bone...
Not the best pics but will have to do for now. Also have a green Christmas transition trapper and a smooth green bone trapper
This John Wayne Commemorative Trapper from 1984 comes complete with gold-tone new grind blades! OH
Lyle, that Whittler stole this show! Look at that Peachseed style and the colour, truly beautiful knife and thank you for showing it.