Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Hoping to get a thread going where everyone can post pictures of knives, documentation, links to information on Bob Cargill and Cripple Creek knives. I've searched the forum and unfortunately a lot of pictures have been lost and links are dead. I think these knives are important enough to traditional knife collectors that we need to keep the information going for future collectors. From what I understand Bob started out by doing repair work for Case and making custom knives before opening Cripple Creek Cutlery in 1981, I'm thinking this Barlow with just Cargill on the tang and the number 95 on the back of the tang may be one of the early custom made knives. really a beautifully made knife, great stag and a spear blade profile that looks a lot like the spear on the late 1800's English Barlows.