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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Misplaced Hillbilly, Sep 30, 2018.
And now for something completely different..............
No fancy customs here. Just down and dirty. But there is a good representation from vintage to newish. That Precise has a lot of youthful, hard earned miles on it.
Posted this in general population the other day but I'll toss it in here too...
It's a Frontier All Americans AA-41. I think Imperial made them. Surprisingly the tang stamp says U.S.A, I'd would have guessed Japan, but there you go. I remember these things being in a display box on the counter of the hardware store. It's a surprisingly well made knife.
Dsutton24, I have a fairly large collection of Frontier knives (134) and all were made by Camillus.
http://collectors-of-schrades-r.us/frontiers/index.htm For more info on Frontiers
Some of my Frontiers.
Hey, thanks for that. But, the box right in the middle of the photo says Imperial...
The 5" version with black scale was my first "fancy" knife and the start of a lot of purchases. Distributed by Gutman Cutlery in the US.
Imperial was the name of the company that contracted Camillus to make knives for them as did a lot of other companies.
https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/smokers-knife-and-sears-lb-question.616050/#post-6532096 Please check this out.
What's this model mate?
SM lockback whittler. Not a single blade LB but still interesting knife