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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
I just sharpened and oiled up my Russlock.
These are very nice knives, I like the size and it is a nice slicer.
I really like mine, great action and nice and slim. Yours, though, has some nicer coloration, enjoy your new knife, I know you will!
Thank you, Fish.
I took a chance and bought off the Big River site, and i was pleased that my knife came well-centered with no gaps.
I'm sure I'm going to like it, I need a single-blade Barlow with a Spear to complete my little Barlow trio.
My only Case knife but I do have a CV swayback on the way! Also watched a 2021 release video and it seems like they are going to be doing some cool things this year.
New CV Sodbuster after two apples and an Ahi tuna steak. I love carbon steel!
Old Case XX era red bone Jack
Stag bone teardrop, with a flush half stop to boot.
...and an older favourite, 1976 single spring Canoe.
That is a good looking old Case! The covers are gorgeous and that blade is fantastic!
I have this old Case that belonged to a relative. I have had it for a while, but never really researched it. I can tell by the tang stamp it is 1965-69 era and the model, 62109X, Mini Copperhead, apparently only done in bone. However, this knife appears to have mismatched covers - one seems maybe natural bone while the other is black. ??? Any insight on this, or just the factory using what it had? Covers appear to be factory.
Thanks for any information!
That is some of the best of their 'bone stag' that I have ever seen. Very nice.
Yes indeed, there were five to choose from in hand...
Now, there’s only one.
One side absorbed the dye more readily than the other.
That's awesome! I think I'll be picking up a CV sod buster Jr next. I'm curious about the pattern.