Camillus Cartridge Collection

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Photos from Barbara (Bmc910)
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It is highly likely that this was made from the left over parts after this model was discontinued. Camillus often did this in the 2000s and sold it via SMKW.
 

David Martin

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I wouldn't think someone did it 'in-house' at Camillus. With the gaps in the spacers it does look to be a 'parts knife'. Someone likely purchased
the parts at Camillus 'fire sale' at the closing of the factory. Put it together and sold it at a Gun Show. It could have even been a ex-employee.
Still, it is a Camillus made knife. DM
 
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I don't see any gaps?? Zooming in on the pictures, looks like shadows below the protruding springs of the partially open blades.
I have one of those, it's a favorite carry when I'm doing yard work. Comes in handy. If I had known how pricey these Camillus knives would get, I'd have gotten several!
 

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Ok, Barbara close all the blades and take another picture in the same position as the bottom one. Then send this to Vit. DM
 

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Yes, it could just look like a gap in the liners because the blade has it pushed out. DM
 
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The choice depends on your preference. Personally, I bought all seven, and I like them all (although the favorite is #CCC-1). ;)
 
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