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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by TattooBlade, Jun 21, 2018.
I agree, it's beautiful and unique.
Neat one there Stuart, but it's the one on the bottom that catches my eye. More photos if possible, please.
That's a CRKT Hunt 'N Fisch with G10 handle and an 8Cr13MoV drop point blade. It was designed by the late Larry Fischer.
With tremendous assistance from @Ratbert , I have discovered that my mystery barlow posted above was made by Michael Manrow, who handmade knives in Toledo, OH. Further research indicates that he made knives from 1975 until 2002, and that his early knives, often one-of-one, had his name hand-engraved, This is from my knife's tang:
Native by Charlie Bell in 1095 with burgundy micarta and white liners
Charlie, Ken’s #6 is CPM 154
8=440V If you are lucky enough to have one of these!
Barlow by Bobby Toole
A Dick Daraugh lockback.
A lockback by the late Dean Roath.
A folding lockback hunter by Bill Cheatham (Laveen, AZ).
Mick Langley drop point hunter.
Gary Cunningham (Sylva, NC) small hunter.
John Ek hunter.
Gary Cunningham (Sylva, NC) lockback.
A small game knife by the late Daniel Cannady (Allendale, SC). 6" OAL.