Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

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Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

Postby icemilk » Sun May 04, 2008 12:13 am

I just recieved a meyerco knife I won on e-bay. The blade etch says: Strut 'N' Cut by Blackie Collins 2nd generation. Tne tang stamp says: Strut 'N' Cut Meyerco AUS8A. The knife is in new cond. 100%. I paid $17.09. I would like to know If I got a good deal; How old it is and where was it made? Sincerely, Icemilk
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Re: Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

Postby muskrat man » Sun May 04, 2008 1:21 am

if you like it, you got a good deal ::tu::
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Re: Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

Postby ogrickesteves » Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:46 am

I have a first run strut'n'cut. Can anyone tell me what kind of lock it has? I am real green about knives as I've only began collecting them (been buying them for years) recently.

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Re: Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

Postby justold52 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 11:45 am

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Re: Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

Postby philco » Tue Apr 21, 2009 11:46 am

icemilk wrote:I just recieved a meyerco knife I won on e-bay. The blade etch says: Strut 'N' Cut by Blackie Collins 2nd generation. Tne tang stamp says: Strut 'N' Cut Meyerco AUS8A. The knife is in new cond. 100%. I paid $17.09. I would like to know If I got a good deal; How old it is and where was it made? Sincerely, Icemilk


From looking up some of the Meyerco knives on the internet, it looks to me like you got a good buy on yours. Hope you enjoy it. Not sure where it was made. It should say somewhere on the knife. (I would suspect it may be made in China, but don't know for sure)


ogrickesteves wrote:I have a first run strut'n'cut. Can anyone tell me what kind of lock it has? I am real green about knives as I've only began collecting them (been buying them for years) recently.


I am not familiar enough with the knife to say what sort of locking mechanism it employs. The pictures I found looked like it might slide along the back spine of the knife to release the blade, but I really could not tell for sure. Does the lock release slide or do you simply press on it to release the blade?

I have attached a link to a picture of the knife. Just scroll down.


http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =127021656


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Re: Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

Postby ogrickesteves » Tue May 12, 2009 9:08 am

actually the locking mechanism doesn't slide; it rotates like clockwork or a propeller.

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Re: Strut 'N' cut by Blackie Collins

Postby jujubeetuna » Sat Oct 02, 2010 3:29 pm

I have found the meyerco cut 'n' strut 2nd generation at one of my local knife shops for 14.99. Right now they are trying to clear them out to make room for more knives. So they are on sale for 10.99. I don't know if they have a website that you can purchase from. They are called River's edge knife cutlery in Hilliard Ohio


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