"Well, that worked out well. Got a 110 auto at the show today. One of the easiest releasing autos I have. Very solid lockup as well. Gave the brass a good polish and gave everything a nice coat of Renaissance wax. Came…"
"Got mine today too, thanks for the fast shipping. It's a good looking knife. I always like getting another whittler pattern. Overall I found it to be well made and pretty clean. I always take a piece of flannel and…"
"I'll have to keep an eye out for a 315 YACHTSMAN. I have a small collection of knives with locking marlin spikes. They are really handy if you are around ropes and boats. I spend 3 weeks every summer on a small island, in and…"
"I need to get one of those. I have several 110's including an auto conversion but should get a factory version. The SC Arms Collectors gun & knife show is in town this weekend, I might try to pick one up there. They are…"
"What a great bunch of Tuna Valley knives and superb photography. Carl - do you use natural lighting or are you walking around with a back pack full of photo gear? I wish I had learned about Tuna Valley earlier, just bought my first ones…"
The Daniels family has been trading knives since the 1940's. Our founder , Norman Daniels, taught his grandson Ken Daniels about his first knives not on the internet or knife shows as we know today but at old fashion traders markets and gun swaps. The most famous was Washington Court House near Dayton, OH where at the time this was 6 football field sizes big. Ken Daniels would later teach his son ,Ryan Daniels, the trade. I remember growing up at the National Knife Collectors Shows…See More
"Oooo that stag is gorgeous.
I own one myself with black buffalo horn - small "blowout" of horn at one of the pins, but bought it discounted and what a pretty piece. Will start carrying that one soon!"
"Knife Magazine is the only one I subscribe too now. I really like the historical articles. I used to subscribe to the others but I find I have very little interest in tactical knives other than a few historical ones like the Case V42 I…"
"I agree it's too small for any serious work, the S&M premium lockback whittler is really a better size. They are very similar patterns, all 3 blades are almost identical except for size. Of course the back springs are completely…"
"Hello David. this pattern has been around for a long time. I have I believe four or five of them. I have a Robeson, and a few queen ( different handles. ) They are one of my favorite patterns , only too small foe serious work . I will post some pics…"
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