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Hi,

Just now finding a few minutes to look through the groups, even though I have been on the site for a while.  All of a sudden I realized I have been a collector/user of the stockman pattern for a lot of years.  Started using the Case 6318 SS clear back in the 1970s and have worn out 2 of them.  Have been accumulating Case ever since and just realized I have more of them than any others.  Guess that makes me a collector.  A short while back I realized that it must be a genetic thing, because I have had my grandfather's last pocket knife for a long time without noticing it is a stockman pattern as well.  Only thing is, I had known for a long time that it was a Remington.  Guess I just wasn't paying attention.  

Anyway, I look forward to learning a bit from y'all and maybe adding a little.

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Bruce, your discussion got me to thinking about the number of stockman knives that I've got also.  Been moving towards large frame stockman patterns recently and thought I'd say howdy-do, too. 

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