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Old 04-20-2017, 08:53 PM
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a SOGWINDER II, It seemed huge then, now, it with its almost twin TOMCAT
seem to be the smallest of the large folders i have. But its still a hand-full of razor sharp steel, from the days they were well made from SOG. shes a lil scuffed and worn, but not worn out. think i will give her a fluff and buff tomorrow on the Baldor.
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My ol' Tomcat. Got in in the 80s, lost a rubber scale in the 90s, one of my sons rescaled it with moose antler.

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These are all at least 30 years old,some over 40,maybe 50 or 60.....



The 3 on the left were my Dads work knives.
He was a SEABEE in WW2 & an electrician after that.
I can't recall him ever using anything but those three.

The Old Timers on the right were what my brother & I used when we were growing up.
That might be why I still have an interest in traditional folders.
We used that kind of knife for everything.

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heres another one i picked up from a friend of mine, I thought is was just a cheap hunting knife, turns out is a German made carbon steel blade, the guy is famous for carving deer and elk on his scales. trying to remember the name now... second knife is a BlackJack WASP i took off a idiot years ago.
has always treated me well
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One of my favorites

Blackie Collins designed Gerber Frisco Shiv Dagger
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i Got a couple of those Blackie Collins designed River Knives, the Italian ones, they lock in real well on a BCG plastic sheath and a spring clip that locks the knife to tha sheath, got on locked on all the time(BCG), one snapped on my Life Jacket, and one still in the box, (i bought 3 , I figured the sheath would break and i would loose em regular, but salt/brackish/fresh water does not bother em. think way back when I paid about 14$ apiece for em......(2nd knife from left)
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i Got a couple of those Blackie Collins designed River Knives, the Italian ones, they lock in real well on a BCG plastic sheath and a spring clip that locks the knife to tha sheath, got on locked on all the time(BCG), one snapped on my Life Jacket, and one still in the box, (i bought 3 , I figured the sheath would break and i would loose em regular, but salt/brackish/fresh water does not bother em. think way back when I paid about 14$ apiece for em......(2nd knife from left)
Yeah, those go for about $100-150 now, that's a pretty good investment
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wish I had bought the whole box of em when I got those 3. they wern't that popular then,
the owner of tha store had took em off the display and put em in the bottom. Most the guys i talked to didn't like em cause you couldn't wrap tha handle. If ya did , the sheath lock wouldn't work.
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Few of my grandfathers knives my dad gave me
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