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Guys and Gals, I do not often do this but we have a member with a family health issue and he needs to sell a rare Case Collaboration knife.
The pics are here look before and after that one and you will see them all
Cesar's profile is here
Both Jeremy Buchanan and I have shipped knives and received knives from Cesar, so I know his quality as a seller and he has been a member for quite some time.
I know he received the knife straight from Tony Bose because I had a discussion with Tony about the knife.
Cesar is asking 450.00 which includes shipping with insurance and an international tracking number.
THIS is what makes this Arkansas Hunter rare, Tony does not normally stamp his shop on one and a bolster stamp is just as rare for him
If you are interested please contact Cesar directly and Thank you
I received for Christmas one of the walnut display boxes Case made for their recent run of V42 reproductions. I have both an original V42 and a reproduction dated 1991. The display box is meant to be mounted on a wall and the knife is held in position vertically by magnets that attract the cross guard. Curiously, it works just fine with the reproduction knife but not with the original. While the original is weakly attracted to the magnets, they are not nearly strong enough to hold the knife up. The difference is at least 10:1 in holding power. Curious if anyone else has run into this, has any idea what the original cross guard is made of (304 SS cold worked?) or any good work arounds?
WooHoo I get to open my Case knife tomorrow!
LOL Tom is right we need pics
Elbin, What no pics?
got my pilot test run ivory kirinite trapper
Thank you Craig, Merry Christmas!
Those look great Bill! I'm partial to the green. Maybe because it looks like the green of a Christmas tree with a red ornament.
Thank you Billy! I wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas :-)
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