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*** SPF ***TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER - TITANIUM and STAG

Started this discussion. Last reply by Floyd Jester Apr 7. 4 Replies

EXTREMELY RARE, TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER Made in 1977-78, only 3 made in titanium and stag by the Track Knife Company of Whitefish, Montana. They were the producers of IthacaGun Knives. I purchased this…Continue

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Steve Scheuerman (Manx) left a comment for William Fisher
Apr 19
Floyd Jester replied to William Fisher's discussion *** SPF ***TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER - TITANIUM and STAG
"That is awesome."
Apr 7
Bryan W replied to William Fisher's discussion *** SPF ***TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER - TITANIUM and STAG
"Awesome post.  Love it!"
Apr 5

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Jeff Sanner replied to William Fisher's discussion TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER - TITANIUM and STAG
"William.......... I have two of these. Wood Handle and a Stag Handle. Very unique. I got the Stag Handled knife at the Vegas Knife show 10 years ago. In am interested. I had to friend you and you me before we can talk. Thanks, Jeff Sanner…"
Apr 3
Jan Carter replied to William Fisher's discussion TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER - TITANIUM and STAG
"Ya'll be sure to read the part under all the gorgeous pics!  This is one sweet baby!"
Apr 3
William Fisher posted a discussion

TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER - TITANIUM and STAG

EXTREMELY RARE, TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER Made in 1977-78, only 3 made in titanium and stag by the Track Knife Company of Whitefish, Montana. They were the producers of IthacaGun Knives. I purchased this knife 2 years ago, along the brass frame version. I sent them to A.G.Russell and the brass frame one sold last year on his "Cutting Edge" website for $1960. This titanium version is much, much rarer. Only 3 were made !!! This knife is in UNUSED CONDITION. Never used, Never carried, Never…See More
Apr 3
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Barry Wood Mk.5

"I have a Colt model knife similar to this knife. Mine was custom made in Italy. I haven't seen any other knives that open this way and I'm very interested in finding out the value of my knife. If anyone can offer up information to me I…"
May 3, 2017
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Mar 4, 2017
William Fisher commented on William Fisher's photo
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"Locks open and closed"
Apr 24, 2016
Jan Carter commented on William Fisher's photo
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"The locking is new to me also and I so appreciate the info!  Great find, knowledge of what is out there will help you find these types of treasures when they show up"
Apr 24, 2016
Jan Carter commented on William Fisher's photo
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"Does it lock in place?"
Apr 24, 2016
D ale commented on William Fisher's photo
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"!!! .. Thank you for posting this view .. close-up of the "luger action" .. !!! . D ale"
Apr 22, 2016
William Fisher posted a status
"The metal frames are 1/2" thick."
Apr 22, 2016
William Fisher posted a status
"7.5" open, 4.68" closed, about 2.88" blade. The brass one is 1.24" at the thickest part of the handle, the titanium one is 1.1" thick."
Apr 22, 2016
Ron Cooper commented on William Fisher's photo
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"William, would you mind giving a couple of measurements on these knives. The usual, closed length and blade length?"
Apr 22, 2016

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How long have you collected knives?
36 to 40 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Barry Wood & Mike Irie folders
About Me
Knife collector since 1975
Interests
Knives, wristwatches ( current collection... 2 Rolex, 2 Omega, 1 Tutima, 1 Sinn), bicycles (2 Litespeed titanium), camping & traveling in my Dodge Sprinter, sleeping (now that I'm retired, I can finally get enough sleep)
Other Hobbies
Collect/buy/sell/trade wristwatches, bicycle riding, traveling.

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At 12:02 on April 19, 2018, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

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At 23:39 on April 18, 2013, Max McGruder said…

Happy Birthday!

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At 11:38 on November 7, 2012, William A. Burns said…

Hi William.

I would be willing to sell the Wood prototype, but I'm having a hard time putting a price on it. I sent the knife to Mike Irie, who wrote me that the knife was made by Steve Gilbody (Barry's lead man in the early 70's) and that this knife was the prototype for the Mark 6 Caper. He goes on to write that "this knife would be highly collectable to those who follow Barry's work". I'm now in the process of trying to better understand exactly what that means. Any ideas welcome.

Regards,

Bill Burns 

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