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(2) GEC Made Schrade Autos for sale
Where was this knife made?
Nice knife. I too love the lever lock. I have several German brands with this locking and opening via a lever.
Thank you for allowing me to join the group. I really appreciate it
That's certainly an unusual, unusually beautiful knife you got there, D ale!
From a purely aesthetic perspective, this picture really epitomizes WHY I love and collect knives...
The mating of wood with steel to form such an exquisite piece of functional art is expressed so perfectly in your new knife. I absolutely love it!
Congratulations, D ale! Enjoy your new knife in good health, my friend!
Picked up a new one today ...Leverlock design.
Laminated blade steel.
This steel holds a good edge.
An attractive and functional knife.
As a locking mechanism .. I've formed a fondness for the leverlock design.
Bill! Thanks, always there with the answers. Greg this is the man I was telling you always helps when I need to know something about switchblade! This group is wonderful
Maniago made, classic "transitional" stiletto. NS bolsters Two piece spring, swivel bolster, flat ground blade. Late 1950s to early 1970s.
What's this knife I bought from Portugal.
13 1/4", 5.2mm backspring, India stag scales are almost 1 inch wide. A really hefty knife. The tang punch says "IN0X" over
Can anyone nail this one down?
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