Case Russlock knives

There were 37 knife patterns manufactured in the early to mid 1990s that make up the Case Classic line of knives. They are the product of Jim Parker's realization of a dream to replicate classic knives of many years past.
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby TwoFlowersLuggage » Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:56 pm

barnwood42 wrote:I'll pm you my address and you can send me 1 of your knives & I'll film me opening it and closing it 1 handed. Lol


I guess you got my message on youtube. :wink:
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby QTCut5 » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:12 pm

barnwood42 wrote:QTcut5
I'll pm you my address and you can send me 1 of your knives & I'll film me opening it and closing it 1 handed. Lol

I would love to see if you could do it. ::skeptic::

To enter the RussLock OHO Challenge, send $100 (registration fee) along with your address and I'll send you this unmodified Russlock. If you can open it one-handed (video proof required), I will grant you the title:
RussLock OHO World Champion ::not_worthy:: ::clapping::
which comes with a cash prize of $20.00 for winning the contest. ::woot:: CHA-CHING!! ::ds::

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Regardless of whether you win or lose, the beautiful genuine stag RussLock is yours to keep as a free gift just for taking the challenge ::sotb::

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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby barnwood42 » Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:57 pm

I have collected and been carrying a russlock since they first come out in 2000. It took me about a year to perfect the OHO method. It was'nt easy but with plenty of practice it can be done.Nice stag knife you have there. This is my lastest set of Russlocks I just purchased.
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby Railsplitter » Wed Mar 14, 2018 8:22 pm

barnwood42 wrote:I have collected and been carrying a russlock since they first come out in 2000. It took me about a year to perfect the OHO method. It was'nt easy but with plenty of practice it can be done.Nice stag knife you have there. This is my lastest set of Russlocks I just purchased.


That's awesome!!
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby QTCut5 » Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:08 pm

barnwood42 wrote:I have collected and been carrying a russlock since they first come out in 2000. It took me about a year to perfect the OHO method. It was'nt easy but with plenty of practice it can be done.Nice stag knife you have there. This is my lastest set of Russlocks I just purchased.

Nice set of RussLocks and cool display. ::tu::

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PS PM me if you are interested in buying my stag/red shield RussLock to add to your collection ($80 shipped).

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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby barnwood42 » Thu Mar 15, 2018 4:21 pm

TwoFlowersLuggage wrote:
barnwood42 wrote:I'll pm you my address and you can send me 1 of your knives & I'll film me opening it and closing it 1 handed. Lol


I guess you got my message on youtube. :wink:

Luggage I'm not the guy from youTube.
So he still hasn't answered or replyed to your message. ::dang::

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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby QTCut5 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:42 am

barnwood42 sent me an email that included a video clip of him opening the red shield stag Russlock he bought from me with one hand like it was nothing. It took him a grand total of 44 seconds to cut open the mailing envelope, take out the knife and flick it open and closed several times with one hand. I must admit I am totally impressed. I asked him to post the clip here on AAPK so y'all can see it for yourselves...I hope he does...it's quite impressive. (Now I'm going to have to get my pathetically weak thumbs into therapy to try and recover their self-esteem ::mdm:: Thanks a lot, barnwood, ya big show off!)

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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby barnwood42 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 9:48 pm

Have been having troubles trying to post a link to video. Keep getting wrong format error message.

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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby barnwood42 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 9:56 pm

Had been having troubles posting original video.
I give up.

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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby Sut Tatersaul » Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:39 pm

I have become, "Absativialy Posatutly" a believer in the OHO, of the Case Russlock knives. I also know for a fact, that I'll never be able to do it! I also know that I'm not the only one, that can't, and don't give a "Rat's Mass". I really like the looks of, The Russlock knives. I like the, design of the Russlock action, for what it was intended for. I only have three of them so far, but intend to collect a few more of them.

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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby Dinadan » Sun Apr 01, 2018 1:03 am

I have one Case Russlock. I carried it everyday for a while because I liked the overall size and look of the knife. I was never able to master the one hand opening though I tried it for a bit. I quit carrying my Russlock because I decided that the feel of the knife when in use was not as good as most of my pocket knives. The way my index finger is on the liner lock and my thumb is on the elevated back of the blade with the Russlock is not as comfortable as having my index finger on the body of the knife and my thumb on the join of the body and the back of the blade with a knife like the Seahorse.
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby Sut Tatersaul » Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:23 pm

I have been watching Russlock drop point knifes, with bright green scales, of some kind. The only ones I'v seen, were with the drop point, serrated blades. has Case ever offered Russlock, drop point knives, in a bright green, without the blade serrations? Thanks.
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby Sut Tatersaul » Wed Apr 11, 2018 9:33 pm

Thanks anyway.
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby Shearer » Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:13 pm

Sut Tatersaul wrote:I have been watching Russlock drop point knifes, with bright green scales, of some kind. The only ones I'v seen, were with the drop point, serrated blades. has Case ever offered Russlock, drop point knives, in a bright green, without the blade serrations? Thanks.
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Re: Case Russlock knives

Postby Sut Tatersaul » Thu Apr 12, 2018 2:46 pm

Shearer:

The knife shown in your reference, is one of the green colors, that i like, but that knife has a "clip point" blade. I am trying to find out if Case ever offered a "drop point" Russlock knife, in those light green colors. I have found one, that was offered by Case, with the "drop point" blade, but the blade was serrated. I know that I'm making this confusing, but, Did Case ever offer their Russlock knife, in light green colors, with a drop point, blade that was not serrated? Sorry about my confusing questions, but I don't care for the "clip Point"blades, and already have enough of them. I also don't care for blades with serrated edges. Here is a knife of the type I would like to find, but, would like it to have lite green scales. I hope that you folks bear with me. Thanks.
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