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Wow Ray, thanks, that's a fine line up you have there. That Vintage Randall looks like a model #7. What year is it, if you know.?

I bought that mod 7 in 1980. It is my favorite fixed blade; I use it for my fish. All my knives are users.

Robert Burris said:

Wow Ray, thanks, that's a fine line up you have there. That Vintage Randall looks like a model #7. What year is it, if you know.?

Ray, I bought a Randall Mod. 7 in the year 2000. It has a stag handle. I was gonna make it a user but it was too nice. So I just added it to my collection. The price and value on it has really gone up.

Post a picture Robert; I would love to see it.

Robert Burris said:

Ray, I bought a Randall Mod. 7 in the year 2000. It has a stag handle. I was gonna make it a user but it was too nice. So I just added it to my collection. The price and value on it has really gone up.

Ray, I have a picture on my personal page pictures. Click on my ole hairy chinnie chin chin and check it out. It'll be worth your trouble, I have some neat pictures on there.

Hey, just found this one in a kitchen drawer at an estate sale a few days ago, it's a 14" French made kitchen knife.

Reads: FRANCE SABATIER, ACIERFONDU, GARANTI, K

Just thought I'd share, handle is split and was pretty rusted when I picket it up for a few bucks.

Mike.

I have had this Swedish Chef knife in the drawer of my credenza in my office for about 2 years. I only bring it out when we BBQ here at work. 10.5" OAL, 6.25" blade and nice warm colored wood handle.

Hmmm...here is what I have in Carbon steel blades/knives.

Lum LFTi - M4 blade

Case Texas Jack - CV

Homemade(unfinished) - 1095

710 - D2

Contego - M4; GEC Geppetto Whittler - 1095

That is all I can think of right now.

I used to favor stainless steel blades on m y knives, until I started camping and practicing bushcrafting. I have recently been buying more carbon steel bladed knives than ever before. I know I have to protect the blades from the elements and keep them oiled more than my stainless knives, but I prefer the carbon steel blades on my fixed blades now. Here are a couple of my carbon steel blades. 

1095 High Carbon Steel

1095 High Carbon Steel

D2 Tool Steel

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