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We've got Steel Warrior/Frost  and now Taylor S&W.  What about all of those unknown brands and  Unbranded knives out there.  Many say China Stainless,  or just Stainless,  Rostfrei, Inox, or nothing at all.   Or maybe you have a knife with a brand name you're not sure of and would like to know who actually owns the TM and is the brand worth the money (Rite Edge, Fury, Maxam, etc.)  We all got 'em, lets see some of them and hear what you think about them.

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Here is a knife made by Deer Creek. I'm not sure who that is , but I liked the knife. I have my suspicions that it may be a Frost branded knife. If any one knows , let me know.

DEER CREEK is a defunct  The TM had been registered by  Browning and was filed in Morgan, Utah.  Browning owned the TM from 2003 until 2010.  I don't know if the TM has been bought by anyone as of today's date.

Hope this helps.

Billy Oneale said:

Here is a knife made by Deer Creek. I'm not sure who that is , but I liked the knife. I have my suspicions that it may be a Frost branded knife. If any one knows , let me know.

Thanks, Toby. It looks a lot like RR Stoneworx patterns on the scales.

Tobias Gibson said:

DEER CREEK is a defunct  The TM had been registered by  Browning and was filed in Morgan, Utah.  Browning owned the TM from 2003 until 2010.  I don't know if the TM has been bought by anyone as of today's date.

Hope this helps.

Billy Oneale said:

Here is a knife made by Deer Creek. I'm not sure who that is , but I liked the knife. I have my suspicions that it may be a Frost branded knife. If any one knows , let me know.

great lookin knives love the deer creek with 5 blades thank means 5 bandade lol,like the animals on those knives,if you ever see one with a hawk please let me know,thanks for showing the showing............tom  

Here is a stockman from a company called Troublesome Creek. I don't have a clue who owns the company or who sells this. I bought this one off of the Saturday Night knife and Gun Show.

Tom, my grand daughter is crazy about knives with wolves on them.

tom white said:

great lookin knives love the deer creek with 5 blades thank means 5 bandade lol,like the animals on those knives,if you ever see one with a hawk please let me know,thanks for showing the showing............tom  

The main clip blade seems to be the type often used by Frost in their Stockmans.  I'd lean towards the knife come from their production line.

Billy Oneale said:

Here is a stockman from a company called Troublesome Creek. I don't have a clue who owns the company or who sells this. I bought this one off of the Saturday Night knife and Gun Show.

i'll be on the hunt can never tail what i might find if it will quit rain
ing everyweekend..make a man stir crazy........
Billy Oneale said:

Tom, my grand daughter is crazy about knives with wolves on them.

tom white said:

great lookin knives love the deer creek with 5 blades thank means 5 bandade lol,like the animals on those knives,if you ever see one with a hawk please let me know,thanks for showing the showing............tom  

Here is a twisted Buffalo Horn from a company called JB Outman. I don't know anything about this company. I did buy 2 or 3 knives from a place selling these.

Thanks for the info on this, Toby. You are a world of info and I appreciate it.

Billy Oneale said:

Thanks, Toby. It looks a lot like RR Stoneworx patterns on the scales.

Tobias Gibson said:

DEER CREEK is a defunct  The TM had been registered by  Browning and was filed in Morgan, Utah.  Browning owned the TM from 2003 until 2010.  I don't know if the TM has been bought by anyone as of today's date.

Hope this helps.

Billy Oneale said:

Here is a knife made by Deer Creek. I'm not sure who that is , but I liked the knife. I have my suspicions that it may be a Frost branded knife. If any one knows , let me know.

 Here is a Cat Eye 5" toothpick. This is done in a striped Pearl. I'm not sure how they did this, but it makes an interesting handle.

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