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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by dlew919, Aug 3, 2016.
Thanks. Here's my assemblage of Schrade "Old Timers."
My dad used to sell tools , I have a couple of the older USA made Schrade Old Timers, great knives! Looks like you have all the sizes!
Who carries a pocket knife?
Not since that guy at the door of the strip club made me give it to him...
Leatherman Wave has been my choice for twenty years, Use it roughly 30 times in a day 5 days week.
i carry a victorinox tinker everyday and use it. i have a wenger at home that has more tools but its a little heavy for my pocket. id like to pick up the victorinox deluxe tinker or a leatherman soon
I'm including this because of historical interest. I bought it when I visited the US in '76, so it is just 40 years old. It is a Case trapper, but I converted the long spey blade to sheepfoot, which I find more useful; it involved cutting a new nail nick. I don't carry it, but it is one of my workshop knives:
The dyed bone has faded to grey.
Not quite, but there's still time!
I've been carrying this of late:
A short blade can be a handy thing.......
I just picked up a couple Chinese Kershaws. I like the assisted opening, blade is good. I used to buy the USA made expensive ones, but I lost two of them. Now I buy 20 dollar Chinese knives with spares.
I carry it for whatever it is needed for. If someone tries to kill me, it will be needed to defend myself. I don't anticipate it, but you never know.
I was given this Richardson Scout Knife around 1967. Anyone still give their ten year-old relatives presents like this? The scales on the knife are pretty cheap but the steel is easy to sharpen and work with. It's my wife's favourite pruning blade.
Letherman in my guitar bag. EDC Spyderco Para Military 2 and a Streamlight Protac 2L flashlight. The flashlight is used on every gig.
We have the same custom here in Sweden. You never give a knife as a present. The receiver of the gift have to pay for it. Even if it´s just "a penny". Some ten years ago the company where I worked gave all the employees a very nice chef´s knife as a christmas present.. But we all had to pay 1 SEK ( about 10c..) for our christmas "gift"!
Always have a good quality knife on me even if it has to be tiny or slim
Can anyone identify the maker of this knife?
I think it says 51604 at the bottom of the blade.
I haven't seen it in person yet but it has a full tang
I've been carrying this.
Opens boxes, pulls slivers, impresses the ladies...
I carry the Christy Executive.