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Hey, no problem! Please do not feel any stress over this.
I am having problems uploaded it into the club. I have changed computers and this one is not downloading like I want it to. I will continue to try. Sorry!!
It would be nice to see it.
Maybe i can get the Twin Finn uploaded in the club.. I 've never seen a twin finn anything like it. It is 2 separate knive in their sheaths, not a piggyback.
Wow! Your Twin Finn does indeed sound unique!
One that I didn't mention was a Case Twin Finn set that was made between 1940 and 1965. Both knives have wooden handles and snap into the sheaths. I really like that one. never seen another one like it.l
Nice collection, Ellis!
I have 2 of the 323-5's, several of the 323-6's 2 of the 365 SAB's and the 316-5SSP. These are all vintage Case knives.
I have a Case XX 323-5 my Dad gave to me as a young boy in the mid-1960's. I would also love to see any info about these models. Mine saw some heavy use through the years. I will try to upload a couple photos. The bottom half of the sheath is original, but the top half was made by a saddle maker because a teething puppy got to it.
Can anybody give me info about a Case XX 323-6 sheath knife?? It was issued between 1965 and 1980 during the Vietnam war.
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