Stockman Sunday picture show

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by rockman0, Apr 26, 2020.

  1. afishhunter


    Oct 21, 2014
    I got old eyes, a teeny tiny keyboard, fat fingers, and missed the typo.
    Sorry. :(
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  2. 315

    315 Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 2, 2017
    Here’s a couple of recent acquisition. Some new jigging and a really smooth polish.


    This little series of Schrade could utterly replace the 34OT size as one of my favorite knives to carry. The slender main blade can get into some tighter quarters when needed and they ride in the pocket like they’re not even there.

  3. Travman

    Travman Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 26, 2016
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  4. Mitt


    Aug 31, 2017
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  5. the-accumulator

    the-accumulator Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 24, 2008
    Ooops! Looks like I jumped the gun...Sunday Stockman on Saturday! So am I a day early or six days late??
    A SIX PACK in BASIC BLACK (plastic):
    CAMILLUS 4 line,
    Wenoka STAINLESS ITALY 4570,
    Thanks for watching! Have a safe & happy holiday! T-A
    Last edited: May 23, 2020
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  6. rockman0

    rockman0 Gold Member Gold Member

    May 5, 2013
    There was some discussion earlier regarding the usefulness of a spey blade, It works great for slicing an avocado for sandwiches or a salad. The rounded tip wont pierce the skin when slicing, then spoon out your slices and enjoy! it's still being used as it was originally intended :confused:
    Just not on livestock ;):thumbsup:


  7. black mamba

    black mamba Gold Member Gold Member

    Oct 21, 2009
    An old lineup in eighth inch increments, from 4⅜ down to 3⅜ .

    Stag cattle stockmen, with accessories.

    Import "Slenderinos"

    2nd cut polished stag and 440C

    Smokey Pearl Cuban

    A jumbo with "bling"
  8. Prester John

    Prester John Gold Member Gold Member

    May 20, 2018
    [​IMG]Case 6318 (pile side).
  9. Ironbut

    Ironbut Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 1, 2016
    An old friend. I bought this one in 1970 at a truck stop in NC, and it's worn out the right front pocket of many a pair of jeans.
  10. rockman0

    rockman0 Gold Member Gold Member

    May 5, 2013
    Technically you were a day early being you posted a dandy Kutmaster last Sunday ;) nice line up of black covers :thumbsup:

    That's an impressive gathering of Stockmans Jeff:thumbsup::thumbsup:

    Beautiful bone on that case John:thumbsup::thumbsup:

  11. Prester John

    Prester John Gold Member Gold Member

    May 20, 2018
    rockman0 said:

    Beautiful bone on that case John:thumbsup::thumbsup:[/QUOTE]

    Thanks, Rob. I like it better than the mark side--better color.

  12. dsutton24

    dsutton24 Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 9, 2018
  13. rockman0

    rockman0 Gold Member Gold Member

    May 5, 2013
    And still going strong:thumbsup:

    They saved they best for the pile side, don't want the shield covering any up:thumbsup:

    Thanks, Rob. I like it better than the mark side--better color.


    Nice stag:thumbsup:

  14. Tjstampa

    Tjstampa Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 25, 2019
    79ABC620-D2D2-471D-90D6-CC904F25D60B.jpeg Here are a few
  15. Modoc ED

    Modoc ED Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 28, 2010
    Case SS 3347 with classic yellow covers.

  16. Wild Ben

    Wild Ben Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 16, 2016
    I'm enjoying these two Bokers, recent acquisitions both. If I understand right, they are from the 1970's and both still unused with the factory edge. The smaller one even came with the factory box as well. Four inch and three and three eighths, nice bone, carbon steel blades, nickel liners and bolsters all nicely finished. I couldn't resist the 7588 because the serial number, 218, is my parents address where I grew up! IMG_2405.JPG IMG_2410.JPG IMG_2411.JPG
  17. black mamba

    black mamba Gold Member Gold Member

    Oct 21, 2009
    Rob, me and my gathering thank you!
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  18. rockman0

    rockman0 Gold Member Gold Member

    May 5, 2013
    Nice Stockmans TJ:thumbsup:

    As you said Ed, those yellow covers are classic and good looking too:thumbsup:
    Beautiful bone on both Ben:eek::thumbsup:, congrats on the acquisition :thumbsup:

    You are Welcome Jeff, always a pleasure to see some of your vast Stockman collection :thumbsup::thumbsup:

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  19. CHNeal

    CHNeal Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 24, 2019
    My latest. Is it a stockman? No Sheep’s foot blade...Is it a cattle knife? It’s equal ended but square not round and it is mildly serpentine...

    Buck called it the Rancher so I guess they didn’t want to commit.
  20. AndreLinoge

    AndreLinoge Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 20, 2014
    My precious.. Queen #49 in Amber Carved Stag Bone. Minty fresh, non-dfc, Peter's finest D2 tool steel.
    Golden orange ridges and deep, brown canyons on this one. Good specimen of this bone, at least the traits I like about this cut, anyway. Sharp and smooth at the same time.

    An uncommon Ulster/Schrade prince Albert tobacco prize. (It was Prince Albert, wasn't it? I never pursued the cans, but got a user of all three knives of that offer). Possibly the best looking combo of blades I've seen on a stockman. It makes for such a slick looking knife. If i could hack together one of these in a #61 old timer frame with that big ol Persian clip it would be great, since I find this one to be a bit small.

    Now, here is a pair of my favorite roughnecks, Camilus #89, big ol carbon steel chunker:

    And a (probably Camillus mfg) Western #742 stainless fatboy. This one is very satisfying. Its got the girth, thick springs and frames a 4.25"+ size stockman usually has, but in a frame just a touch longer than your #8OT size stockman. Great work knife, plus whatever stainless that is actually gets very sharp without turning into a mushy burr factory.

    Stockman are my favorites.
    We counting punch stockmen too?

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