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Switch Blade Knife Forum

Postby Miller Bro's » Fri Jul 27, 2012 1:42 am

We have a new forum Here at AAPK :D

You will find the new Switch Blade Collectors Forum in the "specialty forums" section.

Check it out 8) ::tu::
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Re: Switch Blade Knife Forum

Postby lt632ret » Thu Mar 20, 2014 2:06 am

I just noticed this new forum thread and knowing some of the people involved I wanted to help out if I could.( they have always been generous with help to me) Normally, I am kind of tied up with the knife museum ( see Wawarsing knife museum thread ) Hopefully we will finally be open this spring or summer. Naturally after all these years my health is breaking down just when we are finally ready to get it going anyway it is giving me some more time for other things. So my reason for this posting is if anyone has a specific vintage domestic automatic they would like to see there is a good chance I may have it and while home and able I would be happy to try to post some pics and if requested would try to answer whatever I could regarding these items. This includes Schrade, G Schrade, presto, press button, case, Ka-Bar , Challange, Korn, card knives ect I also have some old english french italian indian and while I do not have everything, if I do have a model of interest and can be of a positive help for those trying to get this going it would be my pleasure to do so. I also wanted to put something on which I have not posted before and these two have recently come into my possession. I really had a long search for these models of G Schrade apparently they were fairly rare
These are wormgroove bone presto hunters in the large Hunter and business size for you purists these have been cleaned however just finding them was tough enough so I did have the work done to bring them back to excellant cleaned condition. For those who know me, my addiction to these old knives,is well documented so any thread or interest in there study is welcome and appreciated. I may not have an odd ball contract of a specific knife such as those made under Press button under contract for other companies how ever I probably will have the same model or pattern under the Press button tang or at least one other company. What I am saying is that I am not playing lets try to stump LT Nor do I wish to seem like a show off. My only goal is to keep this history alive and to make people aware and able to access these beautiful artifacts of our cutlery history. if there is a model you have heard of and would like to see I will try to help if I can. If someone else can contribute to the subject or has an example please let us see it and tell us about it. LT
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Re: Switch Blade Knife Forum

Postby Miller Bro's » Thu Mar 20, 2014 9:27 pm

To avoid confusion and repetition the previous posts have been moved to the switchblade forum thread ::tu::
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Re: Switch Blade Knife Forum

Postby edfern » Tue Oct 07, 2014 6:50 am

Johnny Cade comes to mind..
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