Interested in Para. Pm sent.
First up for sale is a Case XX 6250 4dot 1976 Elephant Toenail or Sunfish knife with Pakkawood scales. This knife looks to have been carried and lightly used. The Carbon blades have some pepper specks and some spider web marks. The large spear blade has some blade wobble, but both have great snap. No cracks or chips in the handle. This knife is 4 3/8 in. closed. It would be a great one to try out for an EDC.
Next is a Case XX model 63047 2 dot 1972 stockman pattern with bone scales. This knife has nickel silver pins and liners. The spey blade is etched FOR FLESH ONLY. knife has strong snap and very little side to side wobble. There are some small pepper marks and spider webs marks on blades. The knife looks to be unused or sharpened. Closed length is 3 7/8 in. No box with this one. Great knife to collect or EDC.
Next up is a Queen 1095 steel Crimson Bone Canoe with acorn shield. This knife was made for Cozy Glen by Queen Cutlery. This knife originally did not come with a box. I bought this knife new and it has never been carried, used or sharpened. This slim knife would take on a nice patina and make an outstanding EDC.
Next is a 2008 6344 CV Case XX Medium Stockman in Red Bone. This knife is new in box. The small pen blade has a bit of side to side play, but the other two are solid. This knife is 3 ¼ in. closed. Knife has nickel silver shield and bolsters with brass pins and liners. This would make a great, pocket friendly EDC.
Next is a USA made 1988 Winchester Swell Center Moose. This knife is 3 7/8 in. closed and is a nice handful. It was produced by Bluegrass Cutlery, but most of the production was done by Queen Cutlery. Knife is new and unused and comes with the black two piece box. Both blades have slight blade play.
Next is a USA made 1988 Winchester large Texas Jack. This knife is 4 ¼ in. long and is built like a tank. It has been used and carried, but the blades and bone are in great shape. The blades have a nice patina with some light sharpening marks. Both blades are rock solid with no blade play. One bolster has a small divot (see photo) that was there when I bought the knife. It is cosmetic and does not affect the functionality of the knife. This is a manly knife and would make an outstanding EDC.
Next up is a Spyderco Para Military. This knife has been lightly used and sharpened. It has a rock solid lock up with centered blade. It is a very smooth knife. It has a small extra hole that I can’t figure out near the lanyard. It is well done and does not look out of place, but I don’t know who put it there or why. The knife’s clip has been sanded to a satin finish. This is one of my favorite Spyderco models. The knife comes with a box, but it is a Caly 3 box. (again, not sure why)
Next is a preban elephant ivory Simmons Hardware Co. Hornet Stockman knife. These knives were made in the early 90's by Jim Parker who obtained parts from the old factory and had his knife company in Germany (same that made Bulldog Brand) put these together. The knife has Hornet etched on the main blade and a etching of a hornet on the tang.(see photo) Beautiful ivory really makes this knife a looker. Great snap and minimal wiggle to the blades when open. Knife is 4 inches closed and comes with brass liners and nickel silver shield and pins. No box with this one.
Price includes priority mail, tracking & insurance shipped CONUS. MO or paypal + 3%
Last edited by Sketch32; 12-04-2010 at 10:58 PM.
Interested in Para. Pm sent.
Is the ParaMilitary marked as to blade steel?
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Spyderco Para Blade steel is CPM S30v and still for sale.
I'll take the cozy glen.
2nds on the Cozy Glenn please.
Cozy Glen Sold
Last edited by Sketch32; 11-26-2010 at 12:46 AM.
Ivory Stockman Added & Price drop.
Interested in the Para if still available. PM sent.
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