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It's Been Awhile

Started by Doug Webber. Last reply by Rome D. Rushing Apr 30, 2019. 2 Replies

It's been awhile since I posted on here...Some of the Blue Bone knives I had have been sold or traded, none of Herman's of course, and some have been added to the collection. Here are a few Schrades…Continue


Started by Kenneth W. Hill. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Mar 20, 2019. 3 Replies

TIDIOUTE #488117   Blueberry jigged     1 of 20 made    I called it a high dollar mini trapper !…Continue


Started by Doug Webber. Last reply by Charles Sample Jul 15, 2016. 2 Replies

I was selling off some knives and came across 2 trappers that had pin cracks. I also had a whittler that I'd bought cheap on Ebay because of a chipped handle. I sent them to Herman for a re-handle…Continue


Started by Doug Webber. Last reply by Jan Carter Jul 10, 2016. 11 Replies

Schatt & Morgan's Keystone Series 7 has five Blue Jig Bone knives in it. This English Jack at 4-1/2" closed arrived in today's mail. A really fine knife.…Continue

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In Memoriam
Comment by Doug Webber on July 9, 2016 at 0:12

D ale, the two knives with the rope jigging are un-finished Schrade knives. What I mean by unfinished,is that they were meant to be part of 5 knife 100 Anniv. set. When Schrade was going bankrupt, anything that could be assembled , was. They should have a shield and an etching on the blade. I have seen a few pictures of finished blue bone knives but have not held one.

Herman Williams found 12 sets of the ACB80 Blue Bone scales on Ebay. He sanded them down a bit and then re-jigged them.

Schrade 127UH liner lock

Schrade 227UH

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Comment by John McCain on July 8, 2016 at 20:14

Here is  my Peacock Appaloosa (blue/green smooth appaloosa bone)  #61048-2SSM Slim Serpentine Jack- A 2000 exclusive for SMKW- Limited Production Run-

Comment by Charles Sample on July 8, 2016 at 17:17

This little blue knife is pretty much a nothing knife in and of itself.  But I like it because of the story behind it and the memories it brings back.

My family had traveled out west on vacation and rented a cabin in the mountains of Colorado.  There was a lake near the cabin.  We went to a small town nearby to buy temporary fishing licenses.  The little store where we bought licenses had a box of knives on the counter.  They were marked mostly in the $2 to $8 range.  So I nosed around in the box to see if any thing caught my eye.  In the bottom of the box I found this little knife but it wasn't marked.  I held it up and asked the clerk how much it was.  She said free.  I said sold and stuck it in my pocket.  So I got the knife for nothing.  That is if you ignore the 3,000 mile trip I took to pick it up!


Comment by D ale on July 8, 2016 at 16:57

That is one deep blue jigged bone in the Boy Scout camp knife, trapper, & ?stockman?. What brands are those ??
The blue in the Kabar is similar to the blue in the Bear & Son's titanium toothpick. Almost a green in comparison.

Part of that may very well be in the pic/monitor factors.


All are pretty. Didn't realize there was that much blue out there.

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Comment by Doug Webber on July 8, 2016 at 8:41

Tony sent me these pic's so I am posting them here for him.

It is pleasing to see there is quite a bit of interest in the "Blue Group", so much so, that i went through my collection, and discovered i was holding a few more. I hope you enjoy these ones.


Comment by Charles Sample on July 7, 2016 at 16:39

Doug, the K inside a circle with the bars on the sides is the logo for Knorr-Bremse.


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Comment by Doug Webber on July 7, 2016 at 16:16

I can't say that i'm familiar with that K symbol. The knife is the style I would prefer for a camp knife, just the basics,  not so many blades that you can't find the one you want. Not needing the corkscrew, I've always used my Gerber Multi Pliers when camping.  Too bad they're not made in blue.

Comment by Charles Sample on July 7, 2016 at 15:53

Here is a blue Colonial Scout/Camp knife.

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Comment by Doug Webber on July 7, 2016 at 14:31

While serving in the US Navy, I learned the art of telling a good BS story. A good BS story has to be grounded in truth, but embellished. Most BS stories are told around a a cold frosty beverage and who among us wouldn't prefer to hear a good BS story than a boring factual story under those conditions. Here is the truth of the matter. It was my birthday, I didn't have the time to respond to all the new postings on this group. The BS part, I wasn't incapacitated due to celebrations, I was working non-stop to get my house clean for a small gathering of friends to celebrate the 4th of July and my birthday. Now I won't deny that frosty beverages were consumed prior to and during the celebration, but I must confess that I was never incapacitated other than what occurred from the bleach fumes while cleaning my bathroom. Now, you be the judge....wasn't the first story with accompanying picture more interesting.

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Comment by Doug Webber on July 7, 2016 at 14:17

I would like to welcome Paul Satkowski to the *BLUE* Group. How about showing us some blue knives?


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