Sut Tatersaul wrote: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.
Closest I've seen is one of the Russlock drop-points I currently own, a light sea blue jigged bone but not much of a green hue like the blue-green appaloosa knives of the 1990s featured. It's more of a natural powder blue color.
I usually snap up green-handled Case knives, and I prefer the Russlock drop-point profile to the deep Bowie clip blade, but as of yet I have not seen anything that fits this description.