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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:23 pm 
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Nice bunch of scouts Rocky. Thanks for sharing them with us here. ::tu::


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 1:46 am 
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Thanks guys. Savin' up to buy a Case Tested scout from knifeaholic. ::ds:: Getin' close!! ::nod::

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Hey Johnnie and Wazu...FYI on the Carl S. Eye- The skins are silver. ::nod:: I got this a week ago and she is one of my favorites as well ::super_happy::

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 2:18 am 
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Thanks for the info, Rocky. ::tu::

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Got another PAL. Cutlery .....this one has a punch blade. ::tu:: 8)


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:mrgreen: Hey Johnnie! Nice PAL scout. You know I'm lov'in it man ::drool::
Here's one for ya, CAMCO U.S.A. scout


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Thanks Bro. ::tu:: .....sweet Camco. ::nod:: 8)

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H. Boker & Co's Improved Cutlery.


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Those scales are beauty's. ::tu:: ....nice Scout. ::nod::

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Thanks JR.

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Wazu013....love your avatar!! 8) ::tu::

Thanks jonnie. It's a Dave Mann pic. I'm an old school Easyriders Rag man.
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I have seen some of the white handled Boy Scout knives on this thread, but this is the first white handled Cub Scout knife I have come across. Bought it Thursday morning at a gunshop, Camillus brand, guessing 1960's or 1970's (no FDL on the Cub Scout emblem).


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I have seen some of the white handled Boy Scout knives on this thread, but this is the first white handled Cub Scout knife I have come across. Bought it Thursday morning at a gunshop, Camillus brand, guessing 1960's or 1970's (no FDL on the Cub Scout emblem).


According to my books, those white handled Cub Scout knives from Camillus were made from c. 1980-1982.

I'm hunting one of the green handled ones to complete my Cub Scout collection. Got one of those ?

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Phil, thanks for telling me what years my white handled CS knife was manufactured. I have not seen a green handled one; I had never seen a white handled one until this past Thursday. The only ones I remember were blue - I got one for my birthday or for Christmas around 1962 or 1963, but it is a long gone memory now. If I find TWO green handled ones you will get one of them! ::tu:: Hows that? OH

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Nice old Boker ::tu::

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