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kootenay joe wrote:The S&M you show is a Curved Jack not a Swayback in which handle curves the other way, concave spine.
Onearmbladejunkie wrote: A GEC "CURVED JACK-KNIFE" "KENTUCKEY SHINER" "SADDLEHORN" STYLE KNIVES IN SINGLE CLIPBLADE & SPEAR BLADE WOULD BE A TOP SELLER ! 4 TO 4 1/2" closed thZ3ZTUB1D.jpg
Modern Slip Joints wrote:Onearmbladejunkie wrote:I want a Great Eastern Cutlery 4 1/4" Gun-boat Canoe with a clip ,a spear , and a wharncliffe blade !
Three back springs for all full length blades or a whittler assembly? I'd buy at least one either way.
Onearmbladejunkie wrote:kootenay joe wrote:The S&M you show is a Curved Jack not a Swayback in which handle curves the other way, concave spine.
I was not sure . I am learning ! Thank you so very much. I need correction in my life. I hate being knife stupid ! Thank you sir !!!
I love Grand Daddy Barlows . I bought a few nice NOS and slightly use Schatt & Morgan Grand Daddy Barlow knives in the past. In the last year prices have exploded. The Market is right for a GEC#97 4 3/4" Grand Daddy Barlow knife.kootenay joe wrote:The Daddy Barlow is a rather dull pattern. I can't see the attraction. Maybe you is jokin' ? There are still nice unused Imperial Daddy Barlows from 1960's to fulfill your desire for Daddy B.
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