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At 14:01 on March 21, 2018, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

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Happy Birthday Kent!

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At 17:56 on March 21, 2014,
In Memoriam
Robert Burris
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Happy Birthday, Kent.

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At 20:48 on March 20, 2013,
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Robert Burris
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Hey, Happy Birthday, my friend. I hope you have a great one. Please, be more active, on our club. We all enjoyed your presence and your opinion on things. Heck, if they let a Cajun, run wild on here, you should be okay.LOL

At 20:42 on March 21, 2012, Jan Carter said…

Happy Birthday Kent!!

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At 19:02 on March 20, 2012, Jan Carter said…

I wanted to be the first to say 

At 11:38 on March 20, 2012, stephen tungate said…

thanks for being here with us kent have a great birthday my friend......I.K.C.

At 11:22 on February 24, 2012, Ken Mundhenk said…

Kent

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

At 6:08 on February 23, 2012, johnny twoshoes said…

Great collection Kent, so many beauties to choose from. I am not sure which is my favorite. Is that a Buck 501 with stag scales?

Kent, from what I understand of the history that I have learned, I believe your original Buck 301 was made by Schrade Cutlery Co. Buck had Schrade make the original 301 and 303 before handing the reigns to Camillus. After Buck got their new factory together and got the right equipment, they started producing their own 300 series.

I'm not sure if you already knew this or not, just wanted to share.

I have two 303 knives, one made by Schrade  and the other by Buck in the 80's, there is a world of difference in the two knives. The schrade has a "swinden" key in it's bolster that holds everything together, so there are some differences in two knives for sure. Both are extremely usable and very quality folders.

It just seems this series works, no matter who made them.

At 21:14 on February 21, 2012, johnny twoshoes said…

Kent, those pics are great. 

The Buck 301 stockman is a true piece of Americana. I know the 110 is famous everywhere, but I have seen a ton of those black three bladers pulled out of the pocket of many working men. They can not be shunned for everything they have done.

I am not a stockman guy in the sense that I will never collect them. I just don't like them as a soul pattern to follow. I know they are the mainstay in a lot of collector's boxes, but I see them as users only.

I used a Case large stockman for many years and that knife did everything I asked of it. It was a nice tool to have around, I just fell off the wagon and moved on. My Buck 301 is one of my favorite knives, I can't look at it and not think of a good days work.

I think we do have a lot in common my friend.

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