Who's into S & M?

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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby QTCut5 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 3:26 pm

Schradenut wrote:QTCut5
That is a knife that ticks all the boxes for me;
1. A Wharncliffe blade
2. Elk scales
3. Whittler
4. A Wharncliffe frame
That knife has it all, congratulation on a good pick-up. A superb knife.
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Thanks, Tony. Although this is not where I got my Elk #54 Coles Wharncliffe Whittler, this site seems to have the best price if you're looking to pick one up for yourself.

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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby vikingdog » Sat Mar 04, 2017 1:23 am

Two from the Keystone Series 1997. They are actually both the same color. The little one is my EDC.
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby Quick Steel » Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:47 am

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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby sunknife » Mon Mar 06, 2017 3:40 am

I took a couple more schatt and morgans out for a walk and some stump shooting over the weekend.
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby jerryd6818 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:28 pm

Dinadan wrote:Jerry - you really are a jack knife man! Beautiful knives! I think I have seen that Orvet knife before, but I agree with Bdev that we need the back story.

Bruno, Mel, I wasn't ignoring you. For some reason I didn't make it back here and didn't see your posts.

There's not much of a story to that knife. Yes, it was done by Dale (pretty obvious with his mark prominently on the blade) and yes it started life as a Camillus Electrician's knife. I guess he just decided I needed it and it showed up in the mail one day. You could have knocked me over with a feather. That's been close to four years ago and I'm still in awe of it. Makes my eyes sparkle every time I see it. I appreciate all the knives with which I've been gifted but there's a few that are especially special and this is one of them. Thank you Dale. Semper Fi brother.
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Edit: Probably a good time to post these while I'm at it. Please pardon the poor pictures of the pearl Doc & Gunstock. No excuse Sir.
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby bdev » Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:59 pm

jerryd6818 wrote:
Dinadan wrote:Jerry - you really are a jack knife man! Beautiful knives! I think I have seen that Orvet knife before, but I agree with Bdev that we need the back story.

Bruno, Mel, I wasn't ignoring you. For some reason I didn't make it back here and didn't see your posts.

There's not much of a story to that knife. Yes, it was done by Dale (pretty obvious with his mark prominently on the blade) and yes it started life as a Camillus Electrician's knife. I guess he just decided I needed it and it showed up in the mail one day. You could have knocked me over with a feather. That's been close to four years ago and I'm still in awe of it. Makes my eyes sparkle every time I see it. I appreciate all the knives with which I've been gifted but there's a few that are especially special and this is one of them. Thank you Dale. Semper Fi brother.
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby jerryd6818 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 2:17 am

I won't argue with you on that one. I gotta tell ya, that electrician's knife is an amazing canvas for mod's. Between Dale and Glenn, they have done some stunners.
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby jerryd6818 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 2:20 am

Gettin' back on topic with some English Jacks:
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby Brumbydownunder » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:37 am

Onlt S&M I have (so far :lol: Currently eyeing off the S&M Sway Back with large clip blade.)

This is a Centenary 1902 - 2002 Horn Handle and MOP shield F&F is exceptional.

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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby Dinadan » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:51 am

jerryd6818 wrote:
Dinadan wrote:Jerry - you really are a jack knife man! Beautiful knives! I think I have seen that Orvet knife before, but I agree with Bdev that we need the back story.

Bruno, Mel, I wasn't ignoring you. For some reason I didn't make it back here and didn't see your posts.

No problem, Jerry! Thanks for the story. And your new photos completely bears out my comment that you really are a jack knife man! Really nice knives and fine photos!
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby jerryd6818 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:57 am

Brumbydownunder wrote:Onlt S&M I have (so far :lol: Currently eyeing off the S&M Sway Back with large clip blade.)

This is a Centenary 1902 - 2002 Horn Handle and MOP shield F&F is exceptional.

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From the Keystone Series XII they called it the #14113L Lockback Mountain Man. There were seven knives in that series. Two were MOP, one black, the other white. The other five knives in the series had a white MOP shield. ---> http://www.traditionalpocketknives.com/ ... toneSeries
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby bigbore » Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:48 pm

Hi.
It seems to me this is the place to show my Schatt&Morgans

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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby knowtracks » Sun Apr 16, 2017 3:20 am

Picked up another SFO from Charlie, this is HJ #3 that was released years ago but just couldn't pass up this Stag!!! 8)
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby Quick Steel » Sun Apr 16, 2017 4:32 pm

knowtracks that is a mighty handsome knife. Congrats! ::tu::
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Re: Who's into S & M?

Postby jerryd6818 » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:19 pm

Speaking of handsome knives, some time back I ran onto this modified #29 English Jack on another forum and fell in love with it. Even looked into getting an extra #S&M 042 129 English Jack F&W Series 3 Edition 2 from 2005 so I could have the same thing done. Other interests popped up and that idea kind of petered out.

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Clarence Risner's grandson must have seen that knife and loved it as much as I, because C. Risner Cutlery put in a Special Factory Order and had a run made very similar to that knife. I'm excited. Just ordered one this morning. It comes in three different handles. Smooth White Bone, Black Saw Cut Bone and Amber Whiskey Catalina
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