Help identifying two very different knives

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Gr8wazu
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Help identifying two very different knives

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I've got two knives that are about as different as two single blade folding knives can be. The one common trait they both share is that they are completely unmarked. Any help identifying either or both would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Help identifying two very different knives

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Can't help with the ID but a couple of useful tools. ::tu::
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Re: Help identifying two very different knives

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I don't know either, but I would not mind owning the wood handled one.
I buy roosters combs and farmers..........................................................jack knives [/b]

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Re: Help identifying two very different knives

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Thanks for the response. I've gotta ask, what does the text in red mean under your reply? You buy roosters combs and farmers?
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This pattern I collect has a couple different names:
Farmers jacks and Rooster combs ; and the rest is just attention grabbing fun.
A play on words and a feeble attempt at humor.
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I buy roosters combs and farmers..........................................................jack knives [/b]

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Re: Help identifying two very different knives

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Wow. Impressive.
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Re: Help identifying two very different knives

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That top knife could be a Case, but I would have to get more information like open and closed lengths and clear, clean pictures of the tang to be sure.
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Re: Help identifying two very different knives

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wlf wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 3:39 pm This pattern I collect has a couple different names:
Farmers jacks and Rooster combs ; and the rest is just attention grabbing fun.
A play on words and a feeble at humor.
I am always overwhelmed with your knives.
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