Steve Dirgo
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1963 R.W.Loveless- used and appreciated

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Looking for S&W Survival series 1974-1976 made in house.

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These are works of art I love to own when I can find them. www.fitzwillies.com…Continue

 

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"Ken, I realy enjoy your Ichiro Hattori informaion as well as informaion on oher Seki, Japan manufacurers of he 70-80's like tak Fukuta. You are a wealth of good information. I am a Seki lover as well, just geting started, Thanks I had sen you a…"
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1950's Cold War Strategic Air Command (SAC) Long Range Bomber Crew Survival Knife!

Over half a century ago the United States Air Force was America's primary nuclear deterrent. This was accomplished by its long range bomber aircraft operated by the Strategic Air Command, the B-36, the B-47 and later on the B-52. ICBMs came along even later. To maintain razor sharp proficiency in the nuclear mission long range training missions were an daily occurrence and took airmen over every corner of the world. The Air Force became interested in refining its survival kits and equipment,…See More
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Steve Dirgo replied to Steve Dirgo's discussion 1963 R.W.Loveless- used and appreciated
"sold it"
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Steve Dirgo replied to tim payne's discussion Do we have other SEKI Vintage Collectors out there?
"I am beginning to become a huge fan of Ichio Hattori and Tak Fukuta together they produced many knives for USA Importers It would be geat if there as a list of which brands and models  they produced. when you at look brands like Sharp, Valor,…"
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Steve Dirgo replied to Steve Dirgo's discussion 1963 R.W.Loveless- used and appreciated
"It is for sale on e-Bay at present: https://www.ebay.com/itm/192454634407 .Got e-mails that I forget to mention that. Sorry"
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How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
sdirgo@hotmail.com
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
Yes
How long have you collected knives?
6- 10 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
I fell in love ith the 70-80's USA and Seki, Japan made knives, Especially the brass/wood knives like the S&W Blackie Collins designed, The Browning Sportsman Series, Kershaw, Rigid, Sharp, Valor and more....
Website
http://www.fitzwillies.com
About Me
I love US manufactured knives old or new. Especially around the 70's to 80's also the same period of knives mag. in Seki, Japan.
Interests
all outdoors

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1950's Cold War Strategic Air Command (SAC) Long Range Bomber Crew Survival Knife!

Posted on November 13, 2018 at 15:22 1 Comment

Over half a century ago the United States Air Force was America's primary nuclear deterrent. This was accomplished by its long range bomber aircraft operated by the Strategic Air Command, the B-36, the B-47 and later on the B-52. ICBMs came along even later. To maintain razor sharp proficiency in the nuclear mission long range training missions were an daily occurrence and took airmen over every corner of the world. The Air Force became interested in refining its survival kits and…

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At 12:33 on March 10, 2017, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

Hey there, Steve! Welcome to iKnife! Come on in, kick back and check things out. There's some handy tips on our front page to help you find your way around, and some fantastic people in the Chat room if you have any questions or want to shoot the breeze. Site rules are also on the main page, and if you get creative, you can customise your My Page to suit your own style! Hope you enjoy your stay with us! Great to have you on board!

At 9:53 on March 10, 2017, Paul S said…

Welcome aboard Steve.  Hope to see some of your collection posted.  Sounds like some I would like.

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Welcome to iKC Steve!

At 22:01 on March 9, 2017, Billy Oneale said…
Welcome to iKC!
At 18:40 on March 9, 2017, J.J. Smith III said…

 
 
 

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