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    4" Stockman - Pictures


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    Cloudy overcast and drizzling, a tough morning for pictures of blades, but great for handles. All of these are Schrade USA made knives except one Camillus.


  2. Cool photo! Love the peach seed on #1, 4 and 5. Is #6 a rehandle? Looks really nice!

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    #6 is a rehandle by Herman Williams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thawk View Post
    Cloudy overcast and drizzling, a tough morning for pictures of blades, but great for handles.
    I'll say! Of course, it helps if you start with great handles. Those are beautiful! Honkin' big, but beautiful.

    ~ P.

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    They look great!! I'm with Jake on the favorites

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    Great display.

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    Very nice Hal. Quite a collection. That rehandle is well done. #3 really stands out.

    I've always found the 4" Stockman to be a very comfortable carry in the front pocket. Here is a 4" Case 6392 Stockman I have from the 1970s.

    ED

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    Well, I donīt have a pic right now, but is the Buck 301 over 4"? I think so, imo this should be posted here definitelly.

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    Andi

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    The 4" stockman is my favorite pocket knife. Here are a couple of Frontiers.


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    Here are the colors of the Frontier 4" 44 series knives.


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    I've been carrying my Queen #9 off and on for about 4 months now. Great knife. It took me a while to clean up the edges, but worth the effort.


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    Thanks for adding to the thread guys. Ed, that red bone is a dandy. My favorite color for that Case era. #3 is probably the newest in the lineup there. It is a New York Knife Company commemorative. Very fat stag. Nice wood on the Queen too Jeff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humppa View Post
    Well, I donīt have a pic right now, but is the Buck 301 over 4"? I think so, imo this should be posted here definitelly.

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    Humpa, I think the dis-continued Model #307 fits the bill on this one
    This one has a worn down main blade, but it's still quite a workhorse...


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    Thank you sitflyer!

    I still have little problems with your american lenght-system. We use the metric system here. But that 307 looks really like a great workinghorse

    Kind regards
    Andi

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    Hal, I've always enjoyed your collection of Schrades. I'm jealous. Nothing like an old knife.

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    Very nice knives but I too am partial to 1,4 and 5

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    Hal....absolutely awesome knives there mate!, the Camillus...number 7? and I agree, with everyone, that rehandle is a stunner...what I would do to have those at my home...you are a lucky guy Hal, thanks for sharing.
    Gary Watson 16 Nov 1956 - 21 Dec 2009. Missed Incredibly.

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    I'll add my addition to the Stockman show, a 4-1/4" Ken Erickson beauty, fabulous!

    Jeff

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  19. Quote Originally Posted by thawk View Post
    #6 is a rehandle by Herman Williams.
    Nice!

    Here are a few stock knives that are in the ball park of 4" closed.




















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    As is normal, great knives and photos by all. Hawk, always enjoy your old schrades. Otherwise, am always sorta shocked to see other people with Buck knives, thought I was the only one....ha 300

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