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The non stainless springs were 1095 Carbon Steel.
The stainless springs were 410HC (410 High Carbon).
Using up leftover main blades that had the original tang stamps [Remington/Craftsman] removed & then replaced with a generic Camillus tang etch.
Camillus never did any Swindon Construction. I spent 2 weeks at Schrade learning how to tool up for it under Dave Swindon. We just never bothered...
The liners with both delrin stud & rivet holes would be quite rare I think.
These would have been made in the transition, & would likely have been...
I believe the original Delrin Stud design occured early on in the 300 series Bucks in the early 70's.
Could someone please message me the link or email it to me at [email protected]
Does anyone have a link for the Chinese sites offering this knife?
Because of all the sleuthing help from the guys at AAPK on that previous...
Keep the knife away from the sheath for storage.
This is the best protector I have found:
I have seen jigged black celluloid. Be cautious to keep away from your other knives if that is what you have as off-gassing causes corrosion!
Early 90's was when the 440A became too hard to get.
Transition would have taken a few years as we had so many different coil types (thickness &...
Subtle difference in etch color does not imply a different blade steel.
Absolutely NOT ever on a Government contract!!
Camillus did produce flat ground stainless versions for several customers, including United's Wayne at War series.Wayne by Phil Gibbs posted Dec...
I can't make it affordably!!
Give me your email & I will send you the pdf.
If you have access to a wire EDM I can send you the toolpath for the die that blanked them.
Teat treat & temper to 45 Rc.
As it was NOT made by Camillus, the Traditional sub-forum, as recommended above, is a better bet.
Wish I could remember Vitaly!!!
Approximately mid 90s I would guess.
There were 3 in the series.
Stole these pics of RH50 & RH134.
Well done Vitaly!
Yes, could have been done for Sears.