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    New Case 6392 Stockman


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    This Case 6392 Stockman built on a 4" frame arrived today. It is a 9-Dot (1971 Manufacture) knife and is 4" long. The shield is pinned and the liners are nickle/silver. The fit and finish is excellent and the snap on opening and closing is sharp (no pun intended).







    The above knife is the 3-blade version of the below pictured 2-blade Case 6292 "Texas Jack" I posted about last week. The "Texas Jack" is built on the same 4" frame is 4" long and it's shield is penned as well. It's liners are nickle/silver too.

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    Nice 92s Ed!
    I really like those big Stock knives!!
    A 2014 Stag BF Jack in everyone's pocket!

    What could be better?

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    4" is awesome, larger than the new 47 (3 7/8") and smaller than the huge 75 (4,25")

    looks great! congrats
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    Super nice Ed! What lovely old classics; great patterns too!

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    Very nice Ed! Love that red bone.

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    That 92 is a great find. You're on a roll. Looks pristene, after 40 years, to boot.

    Thanks for the pics.

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    Nice stock knife Ed. I like how the sheepfoot lays when closed on the 92.
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    Great knife, Ed; you gonna use it?

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    excellent knife, congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynorth View Post
    Nice 92s Ed!
    I really like those big Stock knives!!
    Thanks Charlie. These 4" Case 92 patterns are just on the cusp of not being too big or too small. They carry just right in the front pocket.

    Quote Originally Posted by thawk View Post
    Very nice Ed! Love that red bone.
    Yes, this isn't the deep, dark, red but a bit lighter hue. I like it a lot.
    ED

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    Love those vintage Case Knives myself. I have a few of 'em.
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    Very nice one, there is something in those older knives, and yours has it all.
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    If you looked in the knife Dictionary under stockman, that knife's picture might be there....Like others I like that style of jigging and color of the bone......

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken erickson View Post
    Nice stock knife Ed. I like how the sheepfoot lays when closed on the 92.
    That's a good point Ken. With this pattern (92), the sheepfoot blade sits well into the frame (below the clip point blade even) whereas on other Case Stockman knives (the 18 pattern comes to mind), the sheepfoot blade sits proud, high above the other blades when closed. It rides so high that with the other two blades fully opened on an 18 patern, it can be seen that the sheepfoot blade's edge actually sits above the frame.
    ED

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    Great knife Ed. Thanks for sharing. Now I need to get another knife.

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    That's a sweet looking Stockman!-Jim

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    That's a beautiful knife. I had a chance to get a similar one but a price couldn't be agreed on.

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    Really nice bone on that. All in all a very nice knife.

    Congrats!
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    Nice. I hope Case brings back that knife too, in CV.

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