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    MY Camillus stockman


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    The scales have shrunk over the past 40 years.








    So what do I have guys? Model and type of Scales.

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    Here is a full picture..
    Last edited by deltaboy; 04-26-2016 at 06:53 PM.

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    Should I 're scale it. Of find some Black filler to fill the gaps.

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    Bump Should I leave it alone or should I get some Black caulk to fill in those gaps ?

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    Hopefully one of the former Camillus cutlers will see this and chime in. Personally I would leave it alone. But if I were inclined to do something to it, I would tend to use something reversible like a carpenter/cabinetmaker's wax filler stick. I don't think it would react with the shrinking plastic like epoxy might.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codger_64 View Post
    Hopefully one of the former Camillus cutlers will see this and chime in. Personally I would leave it alone. But if I were inclined to do something to it, I would tend to use something reversible like a carpenter/cabinetmaker's wax filler stick. I don't think it would react with the shrinking plastic like epoxy might.
    That is a good idea Thanks

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    I went by the hardware store and got a dark wood nail hole cover stick and filled the gaps with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltaboy View Post
    I went by the hardware store and got a dark wood nail hole cover stick and filled the gaps with it.
    A new picture perhaps?
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    It's owning a knife like that, and I have a few, when I wish Herman Williams was my next door neighbor.

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    Ask you you shall receive.





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    I am going to add some more later.

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    I added a little more and got it just right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltaboy View Post
    The scales have shrunk over the past 40 years.
    I'd say more like 55-60 years.

    Quote Originally Posted by deltaboy
    So what do I have guys? Model and type of Scales.
    I'd say it's a model #67, Premium Stock. The handles may be "Brownstag" or maybe black synthetic (are black synthetic and "Brownstag" the same thing?). Anyhow, I have a couple exactly like it. I love the long nail pull, the slight swedge on the tang side of the clip blade, and the fluted bolsters.

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    In bright Sunlight you can tell it is a,very dark brown. Thanks for the information. Who ever owned it over the years took good care of it cause other than scale pulling back it is in pretty great shape.

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    This #67 takes a great edge . It a Solid old knife.

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    Enjoying carrying and using this old war horse.

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    Carried the 67 this week and it handles and sets unnoticed till you need it.

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    I will take this topic to show my new old Stockman #65


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vit_213 View Post
    I will take this topic to show my new old Stockman #65

    Nice scales.

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