This group is not specific to a manufacturer, or a model, but to the color blue...in all it's varied shades. Whether it's Caribbean Blue, Royal Blue, Cobalt Blue, Turquoise ...foreign or domestic...bone or acrylic ... if it's got a sharp edge and it's blue, post your pictures.

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Started by Doug Webber. Last reply by Charles Sample Jul 15, 2016. 2 Replies

I was selling off some knives and came across 2 trappers that had pin cracks. I also had a whittler that I'd bought cheap on Ebay because of a chipped handle. I sent them to Herman for a re-handle…Continue


Started by Doug Webber. Last reply by Jan Carter Jul 10, 2016. 11 Replies

Schatt & Morgan's Keystone Series 7 has five Blue Jig Bone knives in it. This English Jack at 4-1/2" closed arrived in today's mail. A really fine knife.…Continue


Started by Doug Webber. Last reply by Jan Carter Jul 7, 2016. 4 Replies

As some of you may have noticed, I recently celebrated another year on the green side of the grass. On that morning, I checked my email for any results from Ebay knife searches. One of those searches…Continue


Started by Doug Webber. Last reply by D ale Jul 3, 2016. 3 Replies

Schrade made very few knives with Blue Bone handles. As far as I know, there was a Special Edition Set of 5 knives and their 100th Anniversary Cigar Box set...very few of which made it in to…Continue

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In Memoriam
Comment by John McCain on July 27, 2016 at 14:25

Here is one I won here at IKC courtesy of Tobias Gibson and IKC- It is an Ocoee River Vagabond -AKA Boxcar or Hobo- model # OC-535-Not an expensive knife, but very well made for the price--


Comment by D ale on July 25, 2016 at 5:46

I see where where Bear & Son is entering the blue market.


Comment by Anthony Moat on July 10, 2016 at 13:28

Sorry Doug, I don't know very much about the Ka-Bar Dog's Head. Just a very well made knife with great slabs and a woof inserted.

Not much help mate...T.

Comment by Doug Webber on July 10, 2016 at 13:09


I'm going to have to watch for a dog's head Ka-Bar, I sure do like that shield. Does anyone know when Ka-Bar started using the Dog's Head shield?

Comment by Charles Sample on July 9, 2016 at 23:37

Here is another blue Case Mini Blackhorn.

Comment by Doug Webber on July 9, 2016 at 0:20

Those Schrade Blue Bone 100 Anniv. knives are the only Blue Bone Schrade knives that I am aware of other than this Special Edition set.

Comment by Doug Webber on July 9, 2016 at 0:15

John, That Case Appaloosa , a darn nice looking knife, looks very similar to this Sargent (Queen) Appaloosa

Comment by Doug Webber on July 9, 2016 at 0:12

D ale, the two knives with the rope jigging are un-finished Schrade knives. What I mean by unfinished,is that they were meant to be part of 5 knife 100 Anniv. set. When Schrade was going bankrupt, anything that could be assembled , was. They should have a shield and an etching on the blade. I have seen a few pictures of finished blue bone knives but have not held one.

Herman Williams found 12 sets of the ACB80 Blue Bone scales on Ebay. He sanded them down a bit and then re-jigged them.

Schrade 127UH liner lock

Schrade 227UH

In Memoriam
Comment by John McCain on July 8, 2016 at 20:14

Here is  my Peacock Appaloosa (blue/green smooth appaloosa bone)  #61048-2SSM Slim Serpentine Jack- A 2000 exclusive for SMKW- Limited Production Run-

Comment by Charles Sample on July 8, 2016 at 17:17

This little blue knife is pretty much a nothing knife in and of itself.  But I like it because of the story behind it and the memories it brings back.

My family had traveled out west on vacation and rented a cabin in the mountains of Colorado.  There was a lake near the cabin.  We went to a small town nearby to buy temporary fishing licenses.  The little store where we bought licenses had a box of knives on the counter.  They were marked mostly in the $2 to $8 range.  So I nosed around in the box to see if any thing caught my eye.  In the bottom of the box I found this little knife but it wasn't marked.  I held it up and asked the clerk how much it was.  She said free.  I said sold and stuck it in my pocket.  So I got the knife for nothing.  That is if you ignore the 3,000 mile trip I took to pick it up!



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