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*** SPF ***TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER - TITANIUM and STAG

Started this discussion. Last reply by Floyd Jester Apr 7, 2018. 4 Replies

EXTREMELY RARE, TRACK "LUGER" FOLDER Made in 1977-78, only 3 made in titanium and stag by the Track Knife Company of Whitefish, Montana. They were the producers of IthacaGun Knives. I purchased this…Continue

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No
How long have you collected knives?
36 to 40 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Barry Wood & Mike Irie folders
About Me
Knife collector since 1975
Interests
Knives, wristwatches ( current collection... 2 Rolex, 2 Omega, 1 Tutima, 1 Sinn), bicycles (2 Litespeed titanium), camping & traveling in my Dodge Sprinter, sleeping (now that I'm retired, I can finally get enough sleep)
Other Hobbies
Collect/buy/sell/trade wristwatches, bicycle riding, traveling.

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At 12:02 on April 19, 2018, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 14:13 on April 18, 2016, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 5:53 on April 18, 2014, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

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At 23:39 on April 18, 2013, Max McGruder said…

Happy Birthday!

At 19:11 on April 18, 2013, Sue OldsWidow said…

At 2:26 on April 18, 2013, Ron Cooper said…

At 11:38 on November 7, 2012, William A. Burns said…

Hi William.

I would be willing to sell the Wood prototype, but I'm having a hard time putting a price on it. I sent the knife to Mike Irie, who wrote me that the knife was made by Steve Gilbody (Barry's lead man in the early 70's) and that this knife was the prototype for the Mark 6 Caper. He goes on to write that "this knife would be highly collectable to those who follow Barry's work". I'm now in the process of trying to better understand exactly what that means. Any ideas welcome.

Regards,

Bill Burns 

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