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I traded for a knife at the Dallas Gun Show this weekend. The man said he had taken it on trade several years ago and didn't know much about it. I am trying to find out if it is a Paul Myers knife. The knife has very nice file work and is very nice, but it doesn't have the markings like the other Paul Myers Knives I have seen.  It has the number 10 on one side and MYERS on the other side.  Does anyone know?  Thanks for the help

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John a beautiful knife! I don't know much about the knife or the knifemaker. He has a web page: http://webpages.charter.net/pmknives/

That has his address and phone number. I can not say if he still makes knives. I did a search on eBay and one of his knives is being resold, asking price is $1,000.



Steve Hanner said:

John a beautiful knife! I don't know much about the knife or the knifemaker. He has a web page: http://webpages.charter.net/pmknives/

That has his address and phone number. I can not say if he still makes knives. I did a search on eBay and one of his knives is being resold, asking price is $1,000.

Thanks for the Info.  I was told he had passed away a few years ago, If it is one of his knives it would have to be an early one.  The ones I have seen have a makers mark like a rising sun. Thanks for link.

 

He has whittler on his page that is fantastic!

What did you trade for it?

I traded a very nice scope for the knife. I haven't traded for many knives, because I don't know much about them.  The guy said he gave $400 for the knife.  Now we all know about Horse Traders right!

Sure do John LOl! I think I have traded with several of those before ;)

John Derrick said:

I traded a very nice scope for the knife. I haven't traded for many knives, because I don't know much about them.  The guy said he gave $400 for the knife.  Now we all know about Horse Traders right!

Well I found out it was not made by Paul Myers.  I called him: Email did not work. Very nice man. Went and looked up his #10 and described it to me from his book. Made it in 1972. I bet it was a nice one..... Oh well search continues. Thanks for comments and help.

OK so this is NOT a Paul Meyers knife, well then what custom maker made it?

John Derrick said:

Well I found out it was not made by Paul Myers.  I called him: Email did not work. Very nice man. Went and looked up his #10 and described it to me from his book. Made it in 1972. I bet it was a nice one..... Oh well search continues. Thanks for comments and help.

I don't know. Do you have any ideas?

I checked several books for mention of a last name of Myers in the Custom Maker sections. Not finding anything yet. Any idea what area of the country it may have originated from?

John Derrick said:

I don't know. Do you have any ideas?
I showed knife to a friend who knows a lot more than me. He said he thinks the man that made the knife lived around San Angelo, TX.

Ok well good that might provide something. I was able to find a Steve Myers in Illinois but his profile says he works on straight knives no folders.

John Derrick said:

I showed knife to a friend who knows a lot more than me. He said he thinks the man that made the knife lived around San Angelo, TX.

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