Wow, that is SWEET!
I really like all of my boker knives and I have a few higher end ones. I have never jumped into their damascus though. Is it all created the same or any to really look for?
All of Bokers in house damascus sold in the US is carbon damascus, very well made, just a little more maintenance. They also use Devin Thomas and Rob Thomas stainless damascus, and Damasteel stainless damascus. All are very good.
Okay, then I will keep an eye out for the in house carbon damascus. That sounds great to me. Thanks again.
Thanks again for the info.
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Unknown, Krusuis bros. United Cutlery, Boker
Looking for Easy Open Jacks of all variety...
Still has plenty of life in it, I only wish it could tell me it's life's story. Made by Kastor 1905-1936
Mine is a A.W Wadsworth & Sons Germany
This just in, courtesy of a friend:
P..coooooool blue!!......Are those synthetic handles or dyed wood???.....heres my humble German collection..............................FES
The covers are synthetic-- acrylic, I believe.Originally Posted by festerfromnzed
They light up well, don't you think?
This is a tiny little thing (although I just discovered my Tiny Trapper is smaller yet); I'll have to take some comparison pictures soon.
Hen and Rooster humpback whittler.....
Super fine!!!, basser5 Very unusual
A.W. Wadsworth & Son pen with me all day today.
Doug....I still love that sleeveboard.
Would a Boker USA stockman count?
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