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robbobus wrote:C K C stands for Carbon Keeps Cutting. As memory serves, this replaced the TIW stamping - for Titusville Iron Works. They received a cease and decist letter for trademark. Same went possibly for the Cyclops stamping on the stainless. Could be wrong but thats what I remember.
Now, C K C did not have a popular following and was quickly replaced with CARBON stamped on the pile side tang. I think only the 81 has the C K C stamping.
Ivoryman wrote:Great group Rusty, where is Country Knives? I'd drive there too if it was in the vicinity. Congrats, nice score, welcome to the club.
kootenay joe wrote:Here is a whittler, magnificent and unique at 4 7/8". Crafted to the highest level of workmanship it is truly a special knife: The Texas Whittler 981316W, Burnt Orange Jig Bone. Two pictures shows this Whittler with his brother Texas Camp, and the last picture shows it with a 3 3/4" #77 Barlow for a size comparison.
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