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Any one got fighting rooster knives
An uncle gave my Dad this KA-BAR in 1945. Dad carried it every day until about 2000, and gave it to me in 2003 or 2004. I would like to learn anything about it. (I don't want to sell or trade it as it was my Dad's, and some day I will pass it on.)
(The grids in the photos are 1/4 inch.)
My son, a tenderfoot scout, and I happened to come across this jem this past weekend. The photos dont do it justice. I have to share. We’re researching it and learning A lot about the Press Button Knife Company. The mother of pearl handle is perfect. Scratches through the invincible are the only minor flaw. …Continue
Case has taken a big step....a step outside of their comfort zone. They have been partnering with other knife makers such as Winkler Knives. Case and Daniel Winkler have produced two fixed blade knives of the likes Case has never produced. They are some of the best in the world.
Now comes Case's contribution. Case to my knowledge, correct me Jan if I am wrong, has never produced an assisted opening knife. I call them opening assist. They did produce some auto pocket knives…Continue
Added by Clint Thompson on July 3, 2018 at 14:00 — No Comments
I am President of the Circle City Knife Collectors in Indianapolis Indiana. We meet the last Wednesday of each month.
We meet at U.A.W Local 933 2320 South Tibbs Avenue Indianapolis, In. We meet in the Shelter House at the rear of the Parking Lot. I am there by 5:30 PM We get set-up and get started by 6 Pm. We are usually done by 9 PM.
Anyone who would like to come and buy, sell, trade or just look are welcome. There is no charge. We have 8 ft. tables to use. Some of our…Continue
Added by Joseph B Duke on May 17, 2018 at 20:42 — No Comments
Finally recovering a bit from cervical spinal fusion surgery, talk about steel, I now have a titanium plate/screws in my neck and am now getting ready for yet another surgery sometime in May, (rotator cuff repair), that one may require hardware too; sigh....
Despite those distractions I have managed to obtain a knife or two that I will mention here. Just received this very nice Camillus-made Crossman 932A 3 3/4" closed wood-handled folder, (Ash handle I think?). I don't…Continue
New here but one of the reasons I joined up was to ask a few questions about some knives I've had laying around in my gun safe. I have an "old " style Gerber LMF that's in "good-very good" condition. Looking for a fair price to sell it for. Let me think what yal think.
just wanted to say thanks to all 8 subscribers of my channel ellis, Jay, wavster 64, the knife beater (The guy who got me started!) thanks for being there I'll be mentioning you guys on my channel with each new video! and to all my Friends at i knife collector, its good to know we all share the same passion! if you ever want to see some kershaw brand new old stock…Continue
Added by Randy Clendenin on February 13, 2018 at 16:40 — No Comments
29D0FF4D-C0C6-44B6-B9EC-BAEF384FC5CA.jpeg Hello all I have had this knife for over 20 years and still have no idea what it is anybody helping out
Just thought I would ask for suggestions on handle materials.
We are planning on rescue of a few old knives with Celluloid, and plastics that are
starting to show signs of deterioration....
I want to put something on them....That is not what they came with so it would be
well known by anyone who would…Continue
Having recently endured a cervical vertebrectomy, (removal of discs and bone, replaced with bone grafts & SS plates leaving my spinal cord exposed until the grafts grow in), I wondered if the surgeon had cut out the part of me that addictively purchases collectible pocket knives? I got my answer today with the arrival of a 1990 Buck #314 Buckbone Trapper. My neck seems to be healing up well, but the urge to practice retail therapy remains. I already have a #312 Buckbone Mini Trapper from…Continue
The TOPS C.U.T. 4.0 is one of my favorite fixed blade knives. It is one of my favorite because of several reasons. The design of this knife allows the holder a very strong grip. While cleaning deer and the like, no matter how much blood you get on the handle it will not slip from your hand.
This knife comes…Continue
I have another one for everyone.
Here is another knife from the auction box.
It seems to be from the Middle east and the construction is of good quality.
There are makers marks on the blade and the year 1971.Continue
Can anyone help me out with identifying this knife.
I saw a picture of one a long time ago but I can't find any information now.
It seems to be made of Plasticine or something similar with real hair for the beard, real teeth, and some type of real horn for the hat.
The blade is not high quality and only has stainless printed on it, no names or other markings.
It is kind of freaky, tell me I'm not cursed by having this thing!
Any information would be…Continue
Had a wonderful few minutes eating a bite and dreaming about the factory activity that used to go on here .....ENJOY !!!Continue
I just received my Linder Dachs Folding Knife With Partridge Wood. A little brother for my Puma.
Made in the same German town - Solingen - as the Puma. Seems to be the same outstanding quality.
1.4110 stainless steel blade. Hardness 58 HRC. Partridge wood handle, nickel silver bolsters. 8 cm closed.
Blade length: 2.36″ (6 cm)
Total length: 5.51″ (14 cm)
Blade thickness: 0.11″ (2,7 mm)
Even though I have been having some medical issues lately, my desire, (ie; addiction), to acquire new and different slipjoints continues unabated. Though I was unable to sit at the computer till recently, (had an epidural last week so I am able to sit up a little better now), I still managed to find a couple of knives that were in my opinion "must haves".
A friend in the BCCI, (Buck Collectors Club), suggested I begin looking for Camillus "clones" of the 300 Series knives…Continue
Added by Syd Carr on August 7, 2017 at 14:38 — No Comments