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    Any info about the Model 819SS would be highly appreciated.
    Steel type, specs, value.
    Should I buy it?

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    I think those were all S30V. I don't have one, but a few guys around here do...I'm sure they will chime in soon enough.
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    Yes, all blades of the Signature were of S30V, an up grade series. Checkered Walnut handles, full tang, mirror polished, upgrade sheath a real dressed up model. DM

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml100 View Post
    Any info about the Model 819SS would be highly appreciated.
    Steel type, specs, value.
    Should I buy it?
    Only you can answer that question.

    I have the two smaller versions (802 and 805) and given the chance and the right price, I'd get one just to have the complete set. One thing though, I'd insist on seeing pictures of the exact one I was buying vs. just a stock photo. Both of mine have checkering that is less than stellar and looking back now, I wish I'd returned them both.



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    Darn, I like that series. I know there were 4 in it. DM

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Martin View Post
    Darn, I like that series. I know there were 4 in it. DM
    You're right DM, I'd forgotten about the 803.
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    I'm waiting on the 824.
    here are the 800 series

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    They came out in 2004. 1000 in each series. Signed by Chuck and CJ. Seems I heard that some might not have been signed.

    There was another similar series that isn't the Signature Series. Not S30V

    Bummer Dave, I wonder if yours got banged around some. Mine all crisp and clean checkering.

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    This is a lousy picture of the one you are thinking about Larry. I don't know if it was a series or just the one model.

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    Yes Sir,
    Have that one and the 819 version. Sure like the thumb notches on those.

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    H.H. BUCK

    walnut handles no checkering
    Last edited by Evil Eye Earl; 09-12-2012 at 05:11 PM.
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    Cool, that turned a knife that was more of a "collectable" into one that would make a great user.
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    Earl, To the rescue! Thanks. Man, thats a dressy series! There were some of those released as FB's. Atleast I've seen several of the 819's. Yes, they make good users. DM
    Last edited by David Martin; 09-12-2012 at 05:49 PM.

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    Thanks for the replies,
    I guess I have to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml100 View Post
    Thanks for the replies,
    I guess I have to get one.
    Unless you have one spotted somewhere, those are going to be pretty hard to come by.

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