"Oooo that stag is gorgeous.
I own one myself with black buffalo horn - small "blowout" of horn at one of the pins, but bought it discounted and what a pretty piece. Will start carrying that one soon!"
"Knife Magazine is the only one I subscribe too now. I really like the historical articles. I used to subscribe to the others but I find I have very little interest in tactical knives other than a few historical ones like the Case V42 I…"
"I agree it's too small for any serious work, the S&M premium lockback whittler is really a better size. They are very similar patterns, all 3 blades are almost identical except for size. Of course the back springs are completely…"
"Hello David. this pattern has been around for a long time. I have I believe four or five of them. I have a Robeson, and a few queen ( different handles. ) They are one of my favorite patterns , only too small foe serious work . I will post some pics…"
"Thanks David. Yeah the Tuna knives always used such nice handle materials, especially the mammoth. Good to know regarding the S&M size being larger. I don't know anyone that had one of the S&M humpbacks, so I'm glad to get some…"
"I have 5 of them. 1 of each handle material (burnt stag, amber stag, buffalo horn, mammoth ivory, and mother of pearl). They are great little knives. I think they were made with the tooling from the Schatt & Morgan Premier Series humpback…"
I've recently bought two of these, one in mammoth and one in stag. Love these little knives although really too small for anything but a gentleman's pocket knife. Does anybody know anything about the pattern? I've got one other humped back whittler but it's bigger and the main blade locks.…See More
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