Schrade used "Knives like Granddad's" as an advertising slogan quite frequently. My first Old Timer (provided, I only got my first knife 2 years after they went under) was actually Granddad's, his old beat up late '70s 34OT with minor electrical damage to the main blade. Guess he figured that if I lost it, it wouldn't be that big a deal. Of the knives of my childhood that were decent, only one doesn't survive, and that's a Case Mini Blackhorn John Deere edition. And I'm sure that's still around the house, probably in a cabinet. And most ain't much worse than they were when I got 'em.
Recently, I got the 106OT "Granddad's" and thought it would be cool to post it with Granddad's Old Timer. Old Timer Granddad's and Granddad's Old Timer, the 34OT
And also, a comparison with the scissors on a couple SAKs. Director (Executive with stainless steel scales) and Companion (smooth Alox Classic). I tested them a bit, and found them just to be as good as the Vic's. I'm betting money Adler made the scissors, who actually assembled a few SAK-type knives with Vic parts at one point. Forgot I had my Huntsman in the pocket, which I could have had in the comparison.