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MAKER: Remington (Camillus)
LENGTH (closed): 4-1/8”
BOLSTERS: Nickel silver
SHIELD: Shotgun shell shield
HANDLES: Black Delrin
BLADES: Slim clip and long spey
TANG STAMPS: REMINGTON/UMC (inside circle) MADE IN U.S.A. around the circle.
CONDITION: Neat Mint
DAMAGE: Slight signs of shop wear
BLADE WEAR: None
SNAP: Like new.
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: I think this is called the Sure Shot Trapper, only this knife does not have the Sure Shot blade etch. I did not get a box with this knife. It is probably unfinished stock purchased at the Camillus auction, which would account for the lack of the blade etch. It is a very nice knife, suitable for any collection yet inexpensive enough for a user knife.
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PATTERN: 158OT, Guthook Skinner
OAL: 7-1/4 inches
HANDLE: Saw cut Delrin
TANG STAMPS: SCHRADE/U.S.A. 158OT
CONDITION: I would grade this knife as Near Mint by NKCA standards.
DAMAGE: No damage noted to the knife, some staining to the sheath and a couple spots on the snap.
BLADE WEAR: None; appears to still have factory edge.
MADE IN: Ellenville, New York, U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: The Old Timer Guthook Skinner was made from 1988 to 2002.
This is a leather sheath for a Schrade Old Timer Honesteel.
It shows very little evidence of use. 7-1/2 inches overall length. See pictures.
Steel not included; sheat only.
CUSTOMIZED BY: Orvet Customs (Dale Vincent)
PATTERN: #51 Barlow
CLOSED LENGTH: 3-3/8”
HANDLES: Mossy Oak CSB (carved stag bone).
BLADES: Clip & pen blades
TANG STAMPS: CAMILLUS (long line)/NEW YORK/U.S.A.
BOLSTER ETCH: ORVET CUSTOMS (logo)/ DALE VINCENT
CONDITION: Customized old stock knife
MADE IN: U.S.A.
CUSTOMIZED IN: U.S.A. by Orvet (Dale Vincent)
ADDITIONAL INFO: Beginning with an old stock Camillus Barlow I removed the old handles and replaced them with Mossy Oak CSB (carved stag bone). I polished the inside of the knife including the tops of the back springs. I really liked the green color. The bolsters of this knife were smooth and did not have the usual BARLOW stamp on them, so I etched the bolsters with my logo. A unique addition to any Barlow collection.
TANG STAMPS: CAMILLUS (line above & below name)/NEW YORK/U.S.A.
BLADE ETCH: ORVET CUSTOMS (logo)/ DALE VINCENT
CONDITION: Customized used knife with new blade
ADDITIONAL INFO: This knife was a new (or nearly so) old stock Camillus Barlow. I removed the old handles and replaced them with nice gnarly Sambar stag. I polished the inside of the knife including the tops of the back springs. A real beauty to add to your Barlow or custom collection.
BOLSTERS: Slanted brass bolsters
HANDLES: Black jigged bone
BLADES: Clip blade & pen blade.
TANG STAMPS: KABAR/1014 USA
BLADE ETCH: ORVET CUSTOMS (logo)/DALE R. VINCENT
ADDITIONAL INFO: This knife is one I customized by adding some nice popcorn jigged black bone handles. I am not sure when the knife was made, but I suspect it was made in the 1960 or 1970s. The slant brass bolsters in combination with the black bone make for a great looking knife!
A 3 1/2" closed knife, full blade marked (Schrade). The backside marked (Smedy Taiwan). The handles are a cell, no cracks. Very well made. Been selling these at shows. AAPK Price. Mint
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A great light weight everyday carry knife. The aluminum handles are anodized black, then buffed to show the silver underneath which gives a pocket worn effect. The blade is a smooth edge modified drop-point. Knife is 4 3/8" closed and 7 1/2" open. Very easy one hand opening features ambidextrous blade flipper and uses the IKBS pivot system. I do not have the box.
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Cattaraugus A.G.Russell Toothpick Bullet Knife. Made in Japan for A.G.Russell of Springdale, Ark. Closed lenght is 4 5/8". Brown jigged bone handle scales with a bullet shield.NS liners and bolsters. Liner lock that is operated by the bolster. Blade is engraved with a wildlife scene that features a gold wash buck deer. Tang stamp reads "Cattaraugus" over "Springdale, Ark". Pile side tang reads "K.C.C." over "FH-1" over "Japan". Knife comes in the original factory jewelry style box.
The KCC is the Knife Collectors club, established by A.G.Russell and Schrade Cutlery in 1970.
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Camillus Electricians Knife Conversion Jack. Conversion done by AAPK member Ingram Cutlery. Red jigged bone from Culpeppers. screwdriver blade made into a sheepsfoot. Closed lenght 3 3/4"/ Brass liners, NS bolsters.
Yale Brand Two Blade Jack Knife. Beautiful brown jigged bone handle scales with no cracks. Closed lenght is 3 1/2". Both blades clean and near full. Strong snap on both blades. Carbon steel blades, brass liners and NS bolsters. The info I have found shows that Yale Brand was around from 1930-1950
Case XX 1051 Bowtie Solingen Germany 80's-90's, Bowtie knife made in Solingen, Germany in the late 80's-early 90's. Some that Parker had made over there. Closed lenght is 3 7/8". Steel blade, brass liners and nickel silver bolsters. White Delrin handle scales. Tang stamp reads "W.R.Case & Sons" over "Cutlery Co." over "Bradford, PA". Pile side tang reads "1-1051" over "Solingen" over "Germnay". Never sharpened or carried.
A Rare Roughneck Suitable For The Finest GEC Collection.>4.361" Closed and 7.35 Ounces.>Handled in Beautiful Primitive Percheron Bone.>1095 Carbon Steel Spear Blade.>Nickel Silver Bolsters & Cloud Shield.>Brass Pins and Liners.>Issued 6/1/12.>Serial Number 03 of 10 Issued.>Mint Condition.>Comes with the Tube and COA.>Like a FLASH, Lightning fast Shipping to you.Click on http://franksclassicknives.com for more great knives and free shipping.
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A new addition, for 2014, to the Northfield Lineup. It's the Magnum. That's a real play on words. Granted it's small, but man, it's one strong small knife.>2.665 Closed and 1.45 Ounces.>Handled in Pretty Antique Ivory Bone.>No Chips or Cracks.>1095 Carbon Steel Long Pull Clip and Pen Blades.>Two Strong Springs Supporting Both Blades.>Nickel Silver Flat Square Bolster.>Nickel Silver Northfield Cloud Shield.>Excellent 1/2 Stop and Strong Snap.>Serial #04.>Comes With the Storage Tube and COA.>Proudly Made in Titusville, Pa. USA.>Like a FLASH, Lightning Fast Shipping to You.Click on http://franksclassicknives.com for more great knives and free shipping.
I have been using Walker Wax on knives in my collection and on knives that I customize for the last 5 years. It has replaced Ren wax as my protective agent of choice on my favorite knives and on custom work. I use it on the blades, bolsters and handles of my knives. It works well on bone, horn, stone, stag, and Delrin handles. It even works well on handles with deep jigging or on heavily knotted stag, though it does take a bit more work to remove it from the crevices. For that I use a brush (toothbrush works well) and then polish with a long pile cotton towel.
Walker Wax it is a blended emulsion of wax, clay, cleaning agents, rust preventative, antifungal agent and polishing compound. It has an extremely fine micro abrasive in it so it will actually polish a blade slightly, without removing the patina. It does not leave visible scratch on blades or bolsters.
I use Walker Wax in my shop when doing custom work. I have recently started polishing the inside liners before reassembly to remove fingerprints and to slow tarnishing of brass and nickel silver bolsters. It also works very well to remove polishing compound left in the assembly and final polish stages of knife repair.
Not only will Walker Wax polish your knives, and protect your knives from rust and fungus, but also it will protect the knife from spotting caused from spittle when you and your customers talk across your table of knives at a knife show! Walker Wax is the only product I know of that will do that!
See the article; “Keys To Bust Knife Rust”, in June 2011 Blade Magazine.
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This is a USA Camillus Classic Cartridge CCC-4 .257 Roberts. The knife comes complete with its Original Box and Paperwork. Its a 2 blade (Clip & Pen) measuring 5 3/8" closed. Its clip blade is stamped CAMILLUS over NEW YORK over USA and its pen CCC-4. It also has a Brass 257 ROB Cartridge Head Shield. The 440 Stainless Steel Blades, Natural Bone Handles and Nickel Silver Bolsters are Perfect. The knife is in Factory Mint Condition. It has Never been used, carried or sharpend. The knife in the photos is the knife you are purchasing. Any questions, Please feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!
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This is a USA Camillus Classic Cartridge CCC-2 30-30 Winchester. The knife comes complete with its Original Box and Paperwork. Its a 2 blade (Clip & Spear) measuring 4 1/4" closed. Its clip blade is stamped CAMILLUS over NEW YORK over USA and its spear CCC-2. It also has a Brass 30-30 WIN Cartridge Head Shield. The 440 Stainless Steel Blades, Natural Bone Handles and Nickel Silver Bolsters are Perfect. The knife is in Factory Mint Condition. It has Never been used, carried or sharpend. The knife in the photos is the knife you are purchasing. Any questions, Please feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!
This is a USA Camillus Classic Cartridge CCC-3 7MM Mauser. The knife comes complete with its Original Box and Paperwork. Its a single blade measuring 5" closed. Its blade is stamped CAMILLUS over NEW YORK over USA on the front and CCC-3 on the back. It also has a Brass 7MM Mauser Cartridge Head Shield. The 440 Stainless Steel Blade, Natural Bone Handles and Nickel Silver Bolsters are Perfect. The knife is in Factory Mint Condition. It has Never been used, carried or sharpend. The knife in the photos is the knife you are purchasing. Any questions, Please feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!
Queen Cutlery #48 Whittler in Winterbottom bone: 3 1/2” closed1958, early 1950s, no etched blade, rare Queen STAINLESS tang stamp, genuine Winterbottom bone handles with no chips or cracks, stainless steel blades and springs, brass liners, NS bolsters, good snap, never sharpened or carried, mint with no box.
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Queen Cutlery #48 Whittler in Winterbottom bone: 3 1/2” closed1958, early 1950s, no etched blade, rare Queen STAINLESS tang stamp, genuine Winterbottom bone handles with no chips or cracks (this knife has seen some use and has light sharpening marks), stainless steel blades and springs, brass liners, NS bolsters, good snap, sharpened and carried, near mint with no box.
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