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Jack Haskins, Jr.'s Discussions

Knife stores around Fredericksburg, VA?

Started Sep 3, 2014 0 Replies

I am in the Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania Co., VA area. Does anyone know of knife stores in a close vacinity?  50 miles or so? I'm not sure how far I can go right now due to driving time.BTW I just…Continue

Using a tablet instead of a computer

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Hanner Mar 11, 2014. 5 Replies

When I type on this forum on my tablet the cursor and type does strange things. If I start typing and don't hit Enter or put the cursor in the middle of what I have already typed it works fine. But…Continue

Lubricants. Nano-Oil recommendation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Haskins, Jr. Mar 11, 2014. 8 Replies

The lubes I remember using are 3-in-one, WD-40, wax type bicycle lube, Quick Release and Nano-oil. I say this because there are lots of other great lube products available but these are the only ones…Continue

A.G. Russell gunstock 3 5/8"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alexander Noot Oct 14, 2013. 8 Replies

Well, I finally got my first A.G. Russell knife.  It is a Gunstock 3 5/8" folder with cocobolo scales and I couldn't be more pleased.  It is VERY comfortable to hold and use.  I didn't measure it but…Continue

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Jan Carter replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Where did the "patterns" come from?
"Camillus may have had to most correct description for this style blade"
8 hours ago
Jan Carter replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Where did the "patterns" come from?
"Tobias I had heard they were widely used for small game and that has always made more sense to me than they were used as fighting knives"
8 hours ago
Tobias Gibson replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Where did the "patterns" come from?
"Of interest while everyone today seems to call the larger 5 inch toothpicks " toothpick" or "fish knife", Camillus originally called their knife a Switchback and described it as a folding bird and trout knife."
9 hours ago
Tobias Gibson replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Where did the "patterns" come from?
"I really can't say 100% but the toothpick appears to be much older than the 1800s and could very well be of Spanish or Italian origin. It definitely resembles the old Navaja de Muelle out of Spain as well as the Italian Romano. In which case…"
9 hours ago
Jan Carter replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Where did the "patterns" come from?
" I havent been able to come up with too much history on Case’s version of the Texas Toothpick, but i did dig up a pretty interesting story on the origins of use for the Toothpick style blades. In it’s dim past, the toothpick was…"
9 hours ago
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Leo Lantz replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion CRKT stubby folding razel
"I really like this knife. The lock is rock solid and the only thing I have changed on the knife is to remove the clip."
May 10, 2016
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"Happy Birthday Jack!"
Apr 1, 2016
David Gallup replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Why not a line of GEC's with a higher quality stainless steel? in the group Great Eastern Cutlery hosted by Ken Mundhenk
"I don't think 1095 is that bad at edge retention but in a carbon steel I'd much rather see 52100.  However, for everyday carry I'd much rather have a stainless blade.  440C is better than the junk 420 and AUS6 that a lot of…"
Feb 11, 2016
David Gallup replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Free hand sharpening, lift handle or don't lift handle to maintain consistant angle??? in the group Knife Sharpeners
"I've mostly rotated the knife without lifting the handle.  This keep the direction of the sharpening exactly perpendicular to the edge.  If you only lift the handle and the tip really has a lot of curvature to it, eventually you are…"
Jan 30, 2016
Kees ( KC ) Mension replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion I'll sharpen your knife for free (except return shipping) in the group Knife Sharpeners
"nice idea jack !.........  and if you are talking about the real deal traditional sharpening there are a few things that we better not forget  ...  the sharpening of a cheap ( softer steel ) knife can be done much…"
Dec 7, 2015
Carl Bradshaw replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Stag. Is it bone or antler?
"I heard that they are no longer being imported from Asia.  However, there are large Sambar deer farms in the southern US states, as well as Australia and New Zealand.  So I imagine the stag will still be available, however the…"
Aug 30, 2015
Doug Webber replied to Jack Haskins, Jr.'s discussion Stag. Is it bone or antler?
"I've heard that Sambar Stag is no longer being imported into the U.S.  Any that is being sold is old inventory, and is bring a very high price. With the low prices in the knife market, the cost of Sambar Stag to re-handle a knife is more…"
Aug 30, 2015

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User/Collector
How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Found this somehow while searching for traditional pocket knives.
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
No
How long have you collected knives?
3- 5 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Folders, pocket knives.
I don't collect. I just use knives and have more than I need.
About Me
Retired now. 13 years USAF. 10 years computer company and other stuff. You can believe what I'm about to say. I'm not as cute as the guy in my profile photo. :)
Interests
My grandson Jackson.

Gotten interested in knives and getting them VERY VERY sharp in the past 5 or 6 years.
Other Hobbies
In the past I've enjoyed playing guitar/singing and playing pool.

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At 19:04 on April 1, 2017, Jan Carter said…

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Happy Birthday Jack!

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At 6:13 on April 1, 2015, Steve Hanner said…

Hope you have a great and sharp day my friend!

At 12:18 on March 24, 2015, Mike Botts said…

Hi Jack,

   I see where you are directing folks to: caddyman1973@gmail.com for stiddys.  I have one I found on ebay, but what I need is a slackner, or information on where to find one.  If most folks make them, I could use some info on doing that.  Material to use, what thickness? do guys use more than one thickness?  Also, when shearing the pins of a folder, what's the best type of knife or blade to use?  Is there a real good you tube video I should look at?  Can a person shear stainless pins, or do you just punch them through?  I've sent you a friend request because you seem knowledgeable about folder repair.  Hope we can share ideas and information. 

Mike.

At 15:55 on October 13, 2014, Ken Mundhenk said…

Jack, Welcome to the Great Eastern Cutlery Group, We're glad you joined us.

 
 
 

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