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Pictures!!!(AKA The Stockman Pattern Picture Hall of Fame!")

Started by CaptJeff Saylor. Last reply by Steve Hanner Dec 15. 731 Replies

So, you got a Stockman, wanna show it off? Here is your chance. even though you probably have the picture in your albums, post it here! You can either add an image to your comment by clicking on the…Continue

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Stockman Knife Uses

Started by Sunil Ram. Last reply by Steve Hanner Aug 20. 4 Replies

I carry my Stockman Knife (Buck 301) daily, and use it almost every day. One task I was using it for today (and often) is as a staple remover. I find that the Spey Blade is really good at removing…Continue

Favorite Color and Handle Material on a Stockmam

Started by Steve Hanner. Last reply by l.lantz Jul 28. 26 Replies

Now is your chance, vote for your favorite color and handle material. Is it traditional stag, maybe bone or a synthetic? What about color, red, green, brown, black or blue?Continue

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Who Has The Best Steel?

Started by Data (C Thomas). Last reply by Brian Martin Jan 22. 12 Replies

I was reading through a previous discussion about "Who Produces Stockman's Today?" and I now I'm curious about who uses the best steel?  Lots of companies make pretty knives, but if I want a Stockman…Continue

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Comment by Jan Carter on November 19, 2014 at 16:29

Derek what a shame about the box!  The knives are done very well!

Comment by Steve Hanner on November 17, 2014 at 8:25

Yes, that exact style, large and small. What is amazing to me is they even had to advertise these at all.  Once collectors saw thse knives they bought. Perhaps its your intention to collectbthe entire series. That would be a fine thing to do.

Comment by Derek Wells on November 17, 2014 at 4:12

I believe the other set of Scrimshaw Knives were in this sort of pattern 

Comment by Derek Wells on November 16, 2014 at 23:50

Yep Steve I have seen a photo of the other set of knives which came out around the same time and they were a "small" and a "medium" lock back.

Comment by Steve Hanner on November 16, 2014 at 18:40

here they are in an ad:

Comment by Steve Hanner on November 16, 2014 at 18:19

Derek, the knives look to be in absolute great shape. Bill Feeney did an incredibly job on that scrimshaw.  My thinking is that in addition to the Canoe and Stockman, I thought he also may have done a series of lockbacks as well.

Comment by Derek Wells on November 15, 2014 at 21:57

A Very Nice Pair ....a collaborative of George Wostenholm I*XL out of Sheffield England, with Scrimshaw by Bill Feeney of Bedford Massachusetts, commissioned and marketed as a “Schrade I*XL” Limited Edition by the “Imperial Knife Assoc. Co., Inc” Ellenville, New York.

I am happy to be corrected on any of this ‘info’ by the way I have just picked up various snippets about them from various sources.

Made in 1981 The (4”) Stockman and (3 ¾”) Canoe Pattern Knives have genuine polished white bone scales with the Whaling themed scrimshaw – Bedford was a famous Whaling harbor - all hand done and signed by the artist Bill Feeney and as such each matched pair was slightly different and only 2000 of these sets were made. Mine are numbered 1217.

Unfortunately when I got these the wooden presentation box was so badly damaged in the mail it was beyond saving.

Comment by Steve Hanner on October 17, 2014 at 15:08

Love that Bulldog!

Comment by jeff on October 17, 2014 at 14:39

have always liked those cutting horse sowbelly stockmen.bought my daughter a hen-n-rooster a few months back for her birthday and she lost it second day out on 4-wheeler.. arghh.

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