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    One of my favourite and most used knives. I use it for gardening and trimming house plants as the one so reflected. My Case Hawkbill. I really like the scales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stormylntz View Post
    One of my favourite and most used knives. I use it for gardening and trimming house plants as the one so reflected. My Case Hawkbill. I really like the scales.

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    Beauty of a hawk there


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    Quote Originally Posted by TedderX View Post
    Thanks fellas. I thought the copperhead had one blade on each end though like the one on top right and bottom left.
    I thought Copperhead referred to the head end bolster being curled up some to make it more pocket friendly? Just my first thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TedderX View Post
    Thanks fellas. I thought the copperhead had one blade on each end though like the one on top right and bottom left.
    Quote Originally Posted by TedderX View Post
    Ahh. I thought the copperhead was just a bigger mini copperhead (one on each end)
    Quote Originally Posted by AShearer View Post
    I thought Copperhead referred to the head end bolster being curled up some to make it more pocket friendly? Just my first thought.
    The name does refer to the shape of the bolster and both knives have a bolster with that shape. Front bolster on the Copperhead and rear bolster on the Mini Copperhead. If I'm not mistaken, the bolsters are said to be shaped like the head of a Copperhead snake.

    This explains why these two very different knives have basically the same name.
    Rick T.

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    Teardrop...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pt-Luso View Post
    PT, that's quite a collection. These 4 especially. Tell us more. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugdoc View Post
    PT, that's quite a collection. These 4 especially. Tell us more. Thanks
    Many thanks Mr. "Bugdoc", what do you want to know more?

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    Nothing too fancy but I still like it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by VCM3 View Post
    Nothing too fancy but I still like it though

    I LIKE it!! Nice color!! Johjn

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    WTB: If the price is right Vintage Case XX Whittlers in Redbone

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    Jeff, great pic... great knives!!!

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    I like Saddlehorns, Trappers, Large Folding Hunters, and the occasional Backpocket.
    I carried a Victorinox Tinker for many years because of the flat blade screwdriver that was used daily at work. I now carry a Caplifter.



    Here is one that is bit different that I just obtained last week. It is Case Saddlehorn, with tree ring scales.



    Sorry for the picture quality.

    Craig
    Last edited by C L Wilkins; Today at 09:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlhoffman74 View Post
    The coloration of the bone on your Swayback Jack is superb! Is that original, or did you dye it at all? What factory color is that...redbone?
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