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Did the circa 1978 to 1984 Old Timer 858/858OT Lumberjack Stockman have pinned construction or the Swinden Key? 

I don't understand why it wasn't a more popular model.

At only 4 5/8 /4.625 inch closed, it's not "too big" and not "too small" for loose in the bottom of the pocket carry. The "perfect" EDC stockman.

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Can't speak about the construction of the 858, but I agree about your statement on it being the perfect EDC stockman.  I've taken to carrying large  (over 4 inch) stockman knives lately, and they're great for me, but hard to come by. 

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