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    Quote Originally Posted by mckgreg View Post
    Thanks for the title switch Blues!! I got more photos comin'.
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    Tweren't nothin'! I've only got two of those Winchesters left in my collection and I'm enjoying watching the parade.

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    In that case, here's 2 more. The larger one with the saber grind has a bit of heft to it. Both are quite nice.
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    The 3971 pattern from 1989 measures right at 3 3/8". Cool little splitback.
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    More black box

    Here are 3 scarer knives of the series. The 1st two are light brown versions of 2904 1/2. The 3rd is the only one I've seen of this variety and the only one I've seen without a shield or blade etching. It unfortunately came without the black box.
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    What a TREAT to see all of these gorgeous Knives!
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    Good ones Mawd !!
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    The '88 model 2880 1/2 just under 4 inches.
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    Awesome collection Greg..and your pictures are great too..

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    Thanks Randy. Here's a '88 model 2967. What would ya call the bolster detail on this one?
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    One more of the Folding Hunter.
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    That does it!! I'm moving to Knifeville!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynorth View Post
    That does it!! I'm moving to Knifeville!!
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    I'll make it a bit easier to find. Every one's welcome!!
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    There goes the neighborhood!
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    Any idea of a proper term for the detail??
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    I am not sure of the proper name for this on a slipjoint, however It looks as if is done with a "knurling" tool. Knurling tools come in a wide array of styles and sizes, pitches. Knurling is most often done to increase the dia. of a given shaft or to be able to have more grip, as on a metal punch for example. In this case I believe its for decorative reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mckgreg View Post
    I'll make it a bit easier to find. Every one's welcome!!
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    I can see that Knifeville is "HERE" for you Greg, but it's "THERE" for me (or something like that)!
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    Did you used to live there too, Elliott??

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    The Double post strikes again!!
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    Knurled Bolster Jigging.
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