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STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP

If you own, collect, carry, or use a STOCKMAN knife, then this Group is for you! Please join us!

Members: 110
Latest Activity: Oct 26

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Carrying a Case XX Stainless, 1940's era today.

Started by Rick Hooper. Last reply by Rick Hooper Jun 30. 1 Reply

Previous owner modified the etched fleshing blade, I'm guessing to cut thru sinew as well as flesh. They also reground the sheep foot blade into a coping blade. Suits me, one of my favorite EDC…Continue

Older Tractor Supply Company Stockman Queen Contract?

Started by Rick Hooper. Last reply by Rick Hooper Apr 16. 2 Replies

I purchased this four inch , 3…Continue

Puma Stockman

Started by Jerry Holm. Last reply by Jerry Holm Feb 28. 2 Replies

I have in my collection a Puma stockman pattern.  I have not been able to find any specific information about it.  Would appreciate your comments.Continue

Tags: scales, bone, stockman, Puma

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

Started by CaptJeff Saylor. Last reply by Charles Sample Feb 25. 780 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

Tags: fame, of, hall, pictures, stockman

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Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on August 24, 2016 at 20:59

I used to carry and still like the Stockman pattern. I have only a few in my collection, but I really like them all. Here are a few of mine. 

Comment by Sunil Ram on June 30, 2016 at 1:24

Don't forget that this group is also for Sowbelly knives, basically a sagging frame of a Stockman.

Comment by Sunil Ram on June 30, 2016 at 1:21

Let's see if we can give a little boost to the Stockman Pattern Group. What Stockman have you been carrying lately? Any new acquisitions? Any manufacturers or custom knife makers currently have a fantastic Stockman that you got your eyes on and your wallet filling up for?

If you have any friends out there who are knife nuts like us but are not members of iKC invite them to join our Community of knife enthusiasts and encourage them to join this group, other groups, and perhaps even create a group here that may not already cover their interests and passions.

Comment by Rick Hooper on June 15, 2015 at 10:21
James, I would also, the Queen 49 like the Case 6375 has the heft and sturdiness to complete many tasks!

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Comment by John Bamford on June 14, 2015 at 2:02

Love to see a photo of that #49 James , is it the standard version like mine ?

Comment by James Kevin Herrington on June 14, 2015 at 0:42
Rick Hooper, I recently purchased a Queen Model 49 which had been issued to the Canadian military in their paratrooper survival packs. I thought that to be a lithe bizarre. I have a little more info if you want to know.
Comment by Rick Hooper on June 12, 2015 at 13:06
Purchased a 1950-60's Big Queen Steel model 49 yesterday. It one of a few large stockman, that has enough blade to multi-task as a hunting and fishing knife.
Comment by Rick Hooper on June 9, 2015 at 8:06
I purchased a Hen & rooster stag handled knife, model 173 DS which needs a shield. Does Bertram supply these? The local knife repairman has tree brand Boker, which fits perfectly. But what would it be, a Hen Roosted?
Comment by James Cole on June 7, 2015 at 20:11

I have been sharpening knives on the bottom of china plates for decades.  I strop, very carefully, on the palm of my hand.  Not going to shave with it, but it will be cutting sharp.

Comment by Rick Hooper on May 29, 2015 at 19:10
Yep, stone washed Levi jeans are too soft for honing, they washed away the abrasion. However for final honing , they make straighten the wire edge.
 
 
 

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