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Brown Jigged Delrin

 

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Craig, it would seem that W.R. Case & Sons should hire you as a spokesman, considering how much of their cutlery you promote.   Another fine looking knife.  Bare headed knives are always a nice touch.

I've got two yellows and a brown delrin or bone someplace that I found years ago out on the railroad years ago

Craig,

This happens to be one of the few Trapper pattern I like!  Looking forward to seeing the pics of the future finds!

My one and only currently--  a 2000 Peacock Appaloosa (smooth blue/green appaloosa bone 61048-SS) This was a limited production run exclusive to SMKW- Picked it up while visiting SMKW in October of 2000.

Nice looking slimline, John.

That looks great John!

Look out, Craig is off on another tangent!!  LOL!!!

I suggest smooth yellow delrin next??

Jan said: "This happens to be one of the few Trapper pattern I like!"

You sound like me, Jan.  I like trappers as long as they aren't standard trappers!

You're right Don, another tangent! LOL! And yes, a Yeller is definitely on my list! 

But, in the meantime, here's a new one just in.........

Jigged Rosewood

I have a couple of those Slimline bareheads. One newer one and one older. they are great knives.

The rose wood looks very classy. Way to go Case. Are the blades tight and centered on this slimline pattern? I may have to put one of these on my list.

Craig Henry said:

You're right Don, another tangent! LOL! And yes, a Yeller is definitely on my list! 

But, in the meantime, here's a new one just in.........

Jigged Rosewood

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