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  1. peanutsxx

    LETS SEE THOSE MAGNIFICENT HJ's

    @waynorth whew, that showing just leaves me breathless! What a tremendous collection you have! :cool::thumbsup:
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    Show us your Charlie Campagna SFOs

    My head just went POOF! :eek: No words for these. :thumbsup::thumbsup::cool:
  3. peanutsxx

    Camillus and Schrade of Old Given Short Shrift Now-A-Days

    @waynorth Un-real! :eek: I am not typically a "muskrat man" but the warncliffe plus clip on these makes me so! :thumbsup:
  4. peanutsxx

    Elusive Schrades

    Hi Jeff, the tang reads as follows (thanks! :)): Schrade U.S.A. SS825
  5. peanutsxx

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    yum!! My wife calls them “toad in the hole” just to add another moniker to the list.
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    Let's see your Case knives, old to new.

    Fair questions and you are of course free to ask. :) I do not know the answers, however. Thanks Mike, that was exactly my question (lack of dots in the USA). I didn't want to sway opinion by asking it directly. I'm glad that you found another 1970's without the dots so I suppose it is legit...
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    Let's see your Case knives, old to new.

    Curious what you all think about this tang stamp (not my image)?
  8. peanutsxx

    Elusive Schrades

    Probably not so elusive but stockman patterns are not my normal favorite...yet I am actually quite taken by this slim one. Unfortunately someone caused the clip to have a fair bit of blade play (up/down and sideways), and the sheepfoot has a bit side-to-side. Springs are pretty sunken too. I...
  9. peanutsxx

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    Valentine's treat, ribeye sandwiches (may seem lame but a family favorite). I normally do these on the grill, but "record" cold her in SE Texas has me indoors. Improvise, adapt, and overcome. LOL :D:rolleyes:
  10. peanutsxx

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    Magnificent!! :eek::cool::thumbsup::thumbsup: The implements and the storage, all first rate. I think it speaks well of you to ask such a question. :thumbsup: Now I only play a chef on TV (kidding) but I do cook nearly every day. That said I tend to use the steel maybe once a week or every...
  11. peanutsxx

    Five Best Looking

    Lovin' this thread! Y'all keep 'em comin'!:thumbsup::thumbsup::cool: All lovely beyond measure, Mike. As a relative newbie I am curious what model that Shrade went by?
  12. peanutsxx

    Let's see your Case knives, old to new.

    Such a beaut'!:cool: What a neck-breakin' looker!:eek: They sure do have some heft to them. :D Nice example! :thumbsup:
  13. peanutsxx

    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    Rich bone on a lovely pattern!
  14. peanutsxx

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    Thanks Dave! :D My mom's preferred bean-cookin' pot was an aluminum Magnalite. It had some heft to it but not as heavy as the equivalent-sized iron. Let us know your thoughts when you do. The stew looks mighty tasty and I love black-eyed peas. The dip looks interesting. :thumbsup:
  15. peanutsxx

    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    Thank you very much John! Yessir, the Churchill is a favorite of mine too and you have a lovely one. RPN is also a fav! I use my HP 15-C daily. :thumbsup::cool::p
  16. peanutsxx

    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    I carried this sowbelly over the weekend until now; this morning the small coke bottle kicked it out. I think we completely skipped winter here (not that we normally have anything too drastic) this year so soon it'll be back to knives that don't pull my shorts down. :rolleyes:
  17. peanutsxx

    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    Really love these wood clad Cases! :cool: That sheepfooted Vic looks downright useful! :thumbsup: I am always late to the thread on the rare occasion one of these pops up. Love it! :cool: I am a sucker for birdseye on yellow. Fabulous! :thumbsup: Has to be my favorite Case peanut I've...
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