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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by 2Dead, Jul 25, 2013.
#97 Allegheny Large Coke Bottle
4 11/16 closed
3 13/16 main
Besides being called "Farmers Jack", #99 is also called "Wall Street".
Pemberton main blade is:
Spear 2 1/16
Sure, if you or anyone has updates please post them and I'll add them. I haven't been updating this myself regularly as I've seen dealers post most of this info on their own sites and because I've slowed way down on my purchases until GEC starts offering 2 bladed stainless jacks.
Thanks for the updates, I added them.
I appreciate this thread thank you! I keep this info in my database as well (thanks in large part to this thread). Always surprised how often I refer to the length and half stop info
A minor correction; I think you entered 3 3/16 instead of 3 13/16 for the 97 main blade
Darren - is there a public version of your database that we could access?
Not yet...but there will be at some point There is a lot of info in there but I still have quite a bit to research (shields, for example) for it to be what I was hoping it to be.
I figure when I'm ready I'll make it accessible via Google Sheets but I haven't really thought it all the way through yet and I've been a bit swamped with other things.
Until then, just tag me or send a message and I'd be more than happy to help with whatever queries are out there. I'll definitely post more info to my database thread when the time comes.
Thank you - Even an early version on google sheets would be great to see. Thanks for the help!
#35 Calf Pen, main locking wharncliffe and secondary one-arm slip both have half-stops. Not sure of lengths offhand.
I would love to have this list include pictures of each model, and ideally a pic of all the models in a row with something for scale to make it easier to see how big or small they actually are.
I wanted to thank you for this thread!
For consistency...might consider adding the #18 Coyote/Beagle @ 2.75", the #43 Oregon Trapper @ 4.25", the #83 Tascosa LB @ 3.375" and the #98 Texas line @ 4.875"
@CasePeanut (and anyone else interested) for now you can access my database here
Wow! Thank you so much!
Yep, transposed the 2 numbers. Fixed now.
Thanks for the updates, I added them to the posts.
Dope. This thread is awesome. Thanks everyone!
What a great thread!! You have inspired me to put together a list I have been working on, but in my case it is going to be about different aspects. Thanks very much
Be sure to look at Darren's much more detailed database as well, quoted below