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Schrade FAQ: Is the answer to your question here? Steel, dates, models.

Discussion in 'Schrade Knives Collectors Forum' started by textoothpk, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. textoothpk

    textoothpk Banned BANNED

    Sep 24, 2003
    Welcome first timers to the FAQ thread! Look for your answer here concerning Schrade Steels, Model numbers, Datelines, History. Please, even if you find the information you are looking for in this thread, do make a post to say hi, and don't hesitate to ask for a clarification.
     
  2. tobyrogers

    tobyrogers

    786
    Oct 8, 2005
    Great idea.Toby
     
  3. textoothpk

    textoothpk Banned BANNED

    Sep 24, 2003
    The best thread I could find concerning this subject. Please note the qualifications of some of the posters quoted:

    Debbie Chase was the Schrade company historian.
    Tim Faust was the official Moderator of this forum and an employee of Schrade.
    SchradeWebGuy was also an employee of Schrade, right until the bitter end.

    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=378164&highlight=420HC

    Note: 440 steel gets denigrated a lot here on the forums. Some of it is outright steel snob-ery. Here's a recent quote by Bernard Levine that I totally agree with:

    "You are misinformed about steels. 440a or 440c, when correctly heat treated and chill quenched, is an excellent blade steel. I have several kitchen knives with 440a blades, which I use often, that were sharpened for me by a cutler who died in 1974, and they are still as sharp as a knife can be.

    BRL..."

    Phil
     
  4. orvet

    orvet

    Oct 11, 2005
    I noticed in that link that Tim Faust referred to two older models of Uncle Henry and 171UH, and 172UH. Those are two numbers that I did not have on the list of Schrade model numbers. If anyone has information (name, size,etc.) on those models could you please post it? I am trying to update the list so that I can post it on this new sticky. Thanks for your help.

    Merry Christmas,
    Dale
     
  5. textoothpk

    textoothpk Banned BANNED

    Sep 24, 2003
    Dale,
    This list, posted by Larry, is ideal for the FAQ thread, and it shows all the UH and OT models issued by Schrade. (Courtesy of the Robert Clemente book).

    PH1 Pro Hunter
    PH2 Mini-Pro Hunter
    LB1 Cub LB
    LB2 Li’l Bear LB
    LB3 Brown Bear
    LB4 ___________
    LB5 Smokey LB
    LB7 Bear Paw LB
    LB8 Papa Bear LB

    12UH Roadie
    5UH
    55UH Special Edition Bruin
    77UH Muskrat
    124UH Tradesman/Maverick
    127UH Folding Hunter LB
    144UH Guide’s Choice
    152UH Wolverine
    153UH Golden Spike
    154UH Badger
    162UH Woverine
    164UH Badger
    165UH Prospector
    167UH Steelhead
    168UH Walleye
    171UH Big Pro Hunter
    172UH Wildcat
    197UH Cat Paw
    227UH Folding Bowie
    285UH Pro Trapper
    705UH Chairman
    706UH Gentleman Jim
    707UH Gambler
    804UH Journeyman
    807UH J.R
    833UH Prairie Jack
    834UH Rancher
    877UH Pro Skinner
    885UH Senior Rancher
    897UH Signature Premium


    Both of these fixed blades are desirable knives, holding thier value well and appreciating. The 171UH is the 'Big Pro Hunter'. Massive staglon handle, big, beefy blade. The earliest models had a 'birds head' type pommel, later ones had a screwed on brass pommel. Was cataloged twice, 1971-83 and then again 1990-91. My own, still NIB, is marked Schrade-Walden. I have a user grade one with no sheath... I gotta get Sheathmaker to take care of that for me.

    The 172UH is the 'Wildcat'. Really a nice knife, expect to pay about $100 if you can find one NIB. This one was also run twice by Schrade, 1971-73 and 1990-91. Very limited production as you can imagine.

    Here are a couple of pics so you know what to look for:
    first pic is 172UH, second is 171UH early model, third pic is later 171UH.

    Please, anyone... did I leave anything out?
    Phil
     

    Attached Files:

  6. jm4738

    jm4738

    99
    Dec 20, 2005
    Hello. I just registered and this is my first post, so if I act up you'll know why.

    I appreciate the list above. I am new to Schrade collecting. I have a few, but I'm a real novice.

    I didn't see the 896K listed. It is the same pattern as the 897 but with brown/cream handles.

    JM
     
  7. Codger_64

    Codger_64 Moderator Moderator

    Oct 8, 2004
    The "K" handled knives preceeded the UH line as an "open stock" Schrade offering. In many of the OT and UH designs, ancestors will be found in the open stock. The "K" handled kives were listed as early as the mid fifties for sure, while the "OT" line did not appear until 1958 at the earliest. The UH line appeared in 1967 with the intro of the staglon handled 897UH.

    An interesting sidenote, the earliest Old Timers (58OT, 2OT) were not Schrade-Waldens, but Ulsters!

    Codger
     
  8. orvet

    orvet

    Oct 11, 2005
    Phil,
    I noticed duplication of a couple numbers in the list you just posted:
    152UH Wolverine
    154UH Badger
    162UH Woverine
    164UH Badger

    Were these knives manufactured with both numbers? The numbers I had were 162 & 164. Please let me know and I will post the updated list on the new sticky. I am amazed the number of patterns I have added since I first compiled the list and posted it about a month ago. I am SURE the new list is not complete either, just a bit closer.

    Thanks to everyone who has helped me with new patterns and descriptions, Phil, Larry and others who have posted info about patterns that were not on the list.

    Dale

    PS- a special thanks to LT for some very informative Schrade advertising/promotional sheets.
     
  9. Codger_64

    Codger_64 Moderator Moderator

    Oct 8, 2004
    The numbers and names are correct. They just recycled some of the names.

    Codger
     
  10. orvet

    orvet

    Oct 11, 2005
    Thanks Mike, I didn't know that.
    The more I learn about Schrade the less I "know." :D

    I got some great info from LT and as soon as I edit the list with LT's info I will post it here.

    Dale
     
  11. orvet

    orvet

    Oct 11, 2005
    Here is the list of the more recent Schrade and Uncle Henry model numbers, with what information I have on them. The credit for this goes to a lot of people who posted information on this forum and people who have answered my questions, and emails; people like Larry, Phil, Mike and others. A special thanks to LT for some Schrade promotional flyers that had some patterns that I was only vaguely aware of and some I had not seen.
    The more info I get, the less it is cut and dried, as Mike has often indicated.
    This is not the definitive Schrade list, merely a starting point. If anyone has more info on a model, like dimensions, dates of production, etc., please feel free to email me so I can update this list. My email address is: orvet@comcast.net

    Happy Schrade collecting, and if you get the disease.......well then, enjoy your Schradeitus! :D :D :D :D :D :D

    Brand Model # Details
    Schrade 2OT Jack 3-1/2"; clip, pen; Schrade-Walden, smooth bone; fancy bolsters
    Schrade 3OT Bearhead; 3"; drop point - lockback; SS blade
    Schrade 5OT Bruin; 3-3/4"; drop point - lockback
    Schrade 5OTG Green Bruin; 3-3/4"; drop point - lockback has SS blade
    Schrade 6OT Golden Bear; 5"; clip - lockback; SS blade, no rear bolster
    Schrade 7OT Cave Bear; 5"; clip - lockback
    Schrade 8OT Senior; 4"; clip, sheepfoot, spey; Also Keen Kutter and Yellow (Frontiersman) models
    Schrade 9OT Golden Claw; 5"; spear with gut hook - lockback
    Schrade 10OT Barlow; 3-3/8"; clip, pen; Ulster (Prince Albert offer) 1964-1967
    Schrade 12OT Pal; 2-7/8"; clip; also thought to be Ulster 2 bld barlow for Euro market 1964-1965 with 12OT model no. 1964-1965
    Schrade 13OT Trailblazer
    Schrade 14OT Timberline
    Schrade 15OT Deerslayer
    Schrade 15OTO
    Schrade 18OT Mighty Mite; 2-3/4"; clip - liner lock
    Schrade 19OT
    Schrade 24OT X-Timer black & gold- 2 blade
    Schrade 25OT Folding Hunter; 5-1/4"; clip, skinner
    Schrade 33OT Middleman Jack; 3-5/16"; clip, pen
    Schrade 34OT Middleman; 3-5/16"; clip, sheepfoot, spey; also Yellow (Plainsman) model
    Schrade 36OT Saddleman; 3-5/16"; clip, sheepfoot, punch (also as Skoal)
    Schrade 41OT Maverick "bird and trout" pattern fixed blade (prod-'71, '72, '73)
    Schrade 43OT Pocket Beast; 3-7/8"; clip - liner lock
    Schrade 44OT Workmate; 3-5/16"; clip, sheepfoot, spey, Wharncliffe; special run?
    Schrade 47OT Beast; 4-7/8"; clip - liner lock
    Schrade 49OT Rhino; 4-7/8"; clip w/ gut hook - liner lock
    Schrade 50OT Utility; 3-5/8"; spear, punch, etc.; aka Scout or Camp, Ulster (Prince Albert offer), tang not marked with model no. 1961-1966
    Schrade 51OT Big Timer ; 4-3/4"; spear - lockback; aka Sunfish / Bulldog
    Schrade 53OTG Bearhead EXT- (Blade lifter); 3"; drop point - liner lock; thumb stud, green handle
    Schrade 55OTG Bruin EXT- (Blade Lifter); 4 in.- drop point - liner lock; thumb stud, green handle
    Schrade 58OT Whittler / Stockman; 3-1/4"; clip, pen, spey; Ulster (Prince Albert offer); Keen Kutter (no tang stamp) 1961-1966
    Schrade 60TX X-Timer Gunmetal Gray- 5 in., machined aircraft grade alum handles
    Schrade 60TXB X-Timer Royal Blue- 5 in., machined aircraft grade alum handles
    Schrade 60TXBU X-Timer Midnight Black- 5 in., machined aircraft grade alum handles
    Schrade 60TXG X-Timer Emarald Green- 5 in., machined aircraft grade alum handles
    Schrade 61OT Slim Premium Stock; 4"; clip, sheepfoot, spey
    Schrade 70TX X-Timer 5 in.- Gun Metal Gray
    Schrade 70TXB X-Timer 5 in.- Midnight Black
    Schrade 70TXG X-Timer 5 in.- Emerald Green
    Schrade 70TXBU X-Timer 5 in,- Royal Blue
    Schrade 72OT Dog leg jack; 2-7/8"; clip, pen; peanut really
    Schrade 77OT Improved Muskrat (small game) ; 3-7/8"; 2 Turkish clip;
    Schrade 89OT Blazer 4"; clip, serrated sheepfoot, spey
    Schrade 93OT Wrangler; 3-9/16"; clip, sheepfoot; SS blades
    Schrade 94OT Trapper; 3-7/8"; clip, spey
    Schrade 96OT Bearhead Trapper; 4-1/8"; clip, spey, pick, tweezers
    Schrade 97OT Buzzsaw Trapper; 4-1/8"; clip, saw, pick, tweezers
    Schrade 98OT Ramrod; 3-9/16"; Turkish clip, sheepfoot, spey; SS blades
    Schrade 98LC Lewis & Clark- 98 pattern, Crimson Birch Handles, Nickle Silver Canoe Shield, Lewis & Slark signatures on blade
    Schrade 104OT Minuteman; 2-3/4"; clip, pen
    Schrade 106OT Grandad's; 2-3/4"; clip, pen, scissors
    Schrade 108OT Junior; 2-3/4"; clip, sheepfoot, pen
    Schrade 123OT Pioneer; 4"; clip;
    Schrade 124OT Pioneer; 4"; clip; has SS blades
    Schrade 125OT Mustang; 5-1/4"; clip - liner lock
    Schrade 126OT Mustang; 5-1/4"; clip - liner lock; has SS blades
    Schrade 140OT Trail Boss- 10 3/4 in.- Lg fix blade clip point w/sheath- SAFE-T-GRIP
    Schrade 141OT Outfitter 9 1/2 in.- w/Sheath SAFE-T-GRIP green (also in blue)
    Schrade 142OT Guidemaster 9 1/8 in.- clip point w/Sheath- SAFE-T-GRIP
    Schrade 143OT Blade Runner 9 1/2 in. w/Sheath- w/ gut hook- SAFE-T-GRIP
    Schrade 146OT Minimum Flex filett knife- 12 1/2 in.- w/Sheath 1996-2004
    Schrade 147OT Pro Fisherman; 12 1/2 in.- w/Sheath- fillet knife- SAFE-T-GRIP (maroon, green & black) listed as 13 1/2 in. in 1999 catelog
    Schrade 152OT Sharp Finger 7 1/4 in. w/Sheath
    Schrade 152OTO
    Schrade 154OT Drop Point Hunter
    Schrade 154OTG
    Schrade 156OT LitÂ’l Finger
    Schrade 158OT Guthook Skinner 7 1/4 in. w/Sheath
    Schrade 158OTO
    Schrade 160OT Mountain Lion
    Schrade 165OT Woodsman
    Schrade 165OTO
    Schrade 175RB Florist- 3 3/4 in.
    Schrade 194OT Gunstock Trapper; 3-7/8"; clip - liner lock
    Schrade 225OT Son of a Gun; 5-1/4"; clip, saw
    Schrade 296Y Yellow Trapper; 4-1/8"; clip, spey
    Schrade 246OT Maximum Flex fillet knife 12 1/2 in. overall w/Sheath
    Schrade 491S
    Schrade 491L
    Schrade 497S
    Schrade 497L
    Schrade 498 Fix blade w/ brass cap & guard; leather ring handle
    Schrade 498S
    Schrade 498L
    Schrade 499S
    Schrade 499L
    Schrade 512OT
    Schrade 858 Lumberjack; 4-1/2"; clip, sheepfoot, spey

    Schrade AV2 Avatar Blue- 3 5/8 in.- 1 all serrated blade & 1 plain, co-molded TPR & alum handle, intro in 2002
    Schrade AV7 Avatar Blue- 4 3/16 in.- co-molded TPR & alum handle, 1/2 serrated blade, lockback, intro in 2001
    Schrade AV22 Avatar Black 3 5/8 in.- 1 all serrated blade & 1 plain, co-molded TPR & alum handle, intro in 2002
    Schrade AV77 Avatar Black- 4 3/16 in.- co-molded TPR & alum handle, 1/2 serrated blade, lockback, intro in 2001 also w/black blade
    Schrade AV97B Avatar Black-4 3/16 in.- w/ black blade & black alum handle- co-molded TPR & alum handle, 1/2 serrated blade,
    Schrade BTO1 Schrade Extreme- 12 1/4 in. w/Sheath (1999 catelog)
    Schrade CH1 Dynamo Cliphanger- 2 5/8 in. closed (1999 catelog)
    Schrade CH3S Silhouette- Cliphanger -3 1/4 in. partially serrated lockback
    Schrade CH4 Shadow Cliphanger -3 in. partially serrated lockback
    Schrade CH4S Spirit Cliphanger- 3 1/4 in. closed, lockblade partial serrated (1999 catelog)
    Schrade CH4FE Spirit Cliphanger- 3 1/4 in. closed, lockblade, Fine Edge (1999 catelog)
    Schrade CH7S Viper- Cliphanger -4 1/2 in. partially serrated blade, Lockblade
    Schrade CH8 Cliphanger- 4 1/2 in. full serrated clip blade
    Schrade CH8S Eco-Edge Cliphanger 4 1/2 in. lockblade- partial serrated (1999 catelog)
    Schrade CH14S Sportmate Jr.- Cliphanger- 3 1/4 in. partially serrated lockback w/ permanate pocket clip
    Schrade CH18S Sportmate Serrated - Cliphanger- 4 1/2 in. partially serrated lockback w/ permanate pocket clip
    Schrade CH18FE Sportmate- 4 1/2 in. plain blade, lockblade w/Clip (1999 catelog)
    Schrade DBL2
    Schrade GBDI Grand Dad Barlow engraved bolsters-circa 1982
    Schrade GF45 LittlemouthGraphite fillet knife w/ grey plastic sheath
    Schrade HS1 Honesteel w/ sheath
    Schrade LB5 lockback
    Schrade LB7 w/leather sheath
    Schrade MA5 Folding fillet
    Schrade MA6 Folding fillet
    Schrade PH1
    Schrade PH2
    Schrade SDH02 D'holder- 8 1/2 in.- Designed by D'Alton Holder, ram horn handle, 500 made
    Schrade SG7S Outback clip point w/ partial serration
    Schrade SG8 Outback droppoint
    Schrade SWL1 Lake & Walker 4 in. Tough Lock w/Pocket Clip- limited to 1000 pieces w/BG42 steel
    Schrade SLW2 Lake & Walker 4 in. Tough Lock w/Pocket Clip- Schrade+ Stainless+E70
    Schrade SP1 Nighthawk- 2 5/8 in. Lockback
    Schrade SP2 Raider- 3 in. Lockback
    Schrade SP3 Firebird- 3 3/4 in. Lockback
    Schrade SP3 plain blade
    Schrade SP7 Turbo 5 in.- folder w/ plain blade, drop point
    Schrade SP8 Cougar- 5 in.- folder w/ gut hook- plain blade
    Schrade SP12X Nighthawk X- 2 5/8 in.- lockback w/black blade (1999 catelog)
    Schrade SP22X Raider X- 3 in. lockback w/black blade (1999 catelog)
    Schrade SP32X Firebird X- 3 3/4 in. lockback w/Sheath, black blade (1999 catelog)
    Schrade SPF1LTD Spitfire- G-10 Handles; ATS34 2 in. Blade; Easy 1 Hand use; Lock Mechanism (w/Titanium)
    Schrade SQ111 Black Ice- 4 1/4 in.- polycarbonate handles
    Schrade SQ247 4X4- Diamond Plate Handle, Pocket Clip, black blade
    Schrade SQ312 Nitro- 4 in.- Gray Aluminum Handle, w/Gel Technology, Blackened Blade, Pocket Clip
    Schrade SQ316 Nitro- 4 in.- Blue Aluminum Handle, w/Gel Technology, Pocket Clip
    Schrade SQ421 Silhouette- 4 in.- Black Aluminum Handle, Blackened (e-coated) Blade
    Schrade SQ423 Silhouette- 4 in.- Fire Engine Red Aluminum Handle, Sealed Shot Blast Blade
    Schrade SQ424 Silhouette- 4 in.- Cobalt Blue Aluminum Handle, Natural Blade
    Schrade SQ432S Silhouette- 4in.- Aluminum Handles, partial serrated blade
    Schrade SQ447 4X4- Lockblade, Diamond Plate Handle, Pocket Clip, black blade
    Schrade SQ586 XTAC (Extreme Tactical) 3 1/4 in. Drop Point, Blue Liner, Pocket Clip
    Schrade SQ586T XTAC 3 1/4 in.- Tanto Blade, Blue Liner, Pocket Clip
    Schrade SQ587 XTAC 3 1/4 in.- Drop Point, Natural Liner, Pocket Clip
    Schrade SQ587T XTAC 3 1/4 in.- Tanto Blade, Natural Liner, Pocket Clip
    Schrade SQ598 XTAC GOLD 3 1/4 in.- ATS 34 Blade, G10 Handle, Titanium Lining, drop point
    Schrade SQ598T XTAC GOLD 3 1/4 in.- ATS 34 Blade, G10 Handle, Titanium Lining, tanto blade
    Schrade SQ877 Cable Lock- 3 IN. Stainless Handle, Pocket Clip, One Hand Open
    Schrade SR01 Schrade Rogers- collaboration with Richard Rogers, 4 interchangeable ATS34 blades, 500 serialized pieces made
    Schrade SS1 Simon- 3 in. Natural Blade & Handle
    Schrade SS1AB Simon- 3 in. All Black
    Schrade SS15 Simon- 3 in. Real Tree Camo Handle, Black Blade
    Schrade SS16 Simon- 3 in. Black & Blue Marble
    Schrade SS17 Simon- 3 in. Damascus Style Handle, Natural Blade
    Schrade SS102RB Sampler- 4 11/16 in
    Schrade SS105 Sampler- 5 3/4 in
    Schrade SS627 2 blade gentleman's knife.
    Schrade SW7FE Switch-it; 4 1/4 in.- plain edge- Lockback w/Rotating Clip (1999 catelog)
    Schrade SW7S Switch-it; 4 1/4 in.- Partial Serrated Lockback w/Rotating Clip
    Schrade SX4 Badger 4 in.- Lockblade, One Hand Open, Pocket Clip, (made in China)
    Schrade SX4B Badger 4 in.- Lockblade, One Hand Open, Blackened Clip & Blade, (made in Ireland)
    Schrade SX4S Badger 3 1/4 in.- Lockblade, One Hand Open, Pocket Clip, Serrated Blade, (made in China)
    Schrade SX21 Badger 7 1/2 in.- Fixed Drop Point Blade w/Sheath
    Schrade SX23 Fixed Skinning Blade w/ Sheath
    Schrade TXR3 Texas Ranger- 98 stockman pattern- Crimson Jig Bone Handles- w/custom embossed leather pouch
    Schrade TXR4 Texas Ranger 3 9/16 in.- 296 Trapper- Bone Handle, w/Sheath & Collector's Box, Ranger Badge Shield (also in hardwood handles)
    Schrade WR1 Will Rogers Commemorative
    Schrade WR1 Water Rat 7 3/8 in. Black Handle, Partially Serrated w/Sheath
    Schrade WR10 Water Rat 7 3/8 in. Orange Handle, Partially Serrated w/Sheath
    Schrade XT1B X-Timer- 11 3/4 in.- Camp Knife Fixed Blade
    Schrade XT2B X-Timer- 9 1/8 in.- Drop Point Fixed Blade
    Schrade XT3B X-Timer- 9 1/8 in.- Fat Boy Skinner Fixed Blade
    Schrade XT7B X-Timer- 5 in.Handle Folder
    Schrade XT4 9in.- Fixed Blade

    100th ANNIVERSARY
    Schrade A34OT Middleman 3 5/16 in.- 2 PC Embossed Tin, Anniversary Shield
    Schrade ACB296 Schrade Classic, Bone Rope Cut Handle, Cigar Box Limited to 1,000 Pieces
    Schrade ACB25 Schrade Classic, Bone Rope Cut Handle, Cigar Box Limited to 1,000 Pieces
    Schrade ACB72 Schrade Classic, Bone Rope Cut Handle, Cigar Box Limited to 1,000 Pieces
    Schrade ACB80 Schrade Classic, Bone Rope Cut Handle, Cigar Box Limited to 1,000 Pieces

    SCHRADE WALDEN, CIGAR BOX CLASSICS
    Schrade CSW722 Peanut- w/ Green Mountain bone handles
    Schrade CSW772 Muskrat- w/ Green Mountain bone handles
    Schrade CSW982 Stockman- w/ Green Mountain bone handles
    Schrade CSW2962 Trapper- w/ Green Mountain bone handles

    OLD TIMER CLASSICS
    Schrade OTC72 Peanut- amber jigged bone handle, blade etched "Everlastingly Sharp," decorative handle shield, in 2 piece collector tin.
    Schrade OTC80 Stockman- amber jigged bone handle, blade etched "Everlastingly Sharp," decorative handle shield, in 2 piece collector tin.
    Schrade OTC94 Bird Hook- amber jigged bone handle, blade etched "Everlastingly Sharp," decorative handle shield, in 2 piece collector tin.
    Schrade OTC96 Trapper- amber jigged bone handle, blade etched "Everlastingly Sharp," decorative handle shield, in 2 piece collector tin.
    Schrade

    UNCLE HENRY
    Uncle Henry 5UH 3 1/2 in. Lockback- new in 2003
    Uncle Henry 12UH Roadie- 2 5/8 in.- single blade w/Shackle
    Uncle Henry 55UH Special Edition Bruin- 3 5/8 in. lockback
    Uncle Henry 77UH Muskrat 3 7/8 in.
    Uncle Henry 124UH Tradesman/Maverick
    Uncle Henry 127UH Folding Hunter LB
    Uncle Henry 144UH Guides Choice
    Uncle Henry 152UH Wolverine- 7 1/4in.-
    Uncle Henry 153UH Golden Spike- 9 1/4 in.- w/Sheath- fix blade
    Uncle Henry 154UH Badger- 71/2 in.,
    Uncle Henry 162UH Wolverine- 7 1/4in.- 1982-1985
    Uncle Henry 164UH Badger- 71/2 in., 1982-1988
    Uncle Henry 165UH Prospector- 9 1/2 in.
    Uncle Henry 167UH Steelhead- 12 in.- w/Sheath- fillet knife
    Uncle Henry 168UH Walleye- 10 1/2 in.- 1983-1989
    Uncle Henry 171UH Big Pro Hunter- 1971-1983 & 1990-1991
    Uncle Henry 172UH Wildcat- 1971-1973 & 1990-1991
    Uncle Henry 197UH Cat Paw 3 5/8 in. linerlock, Turkish clip blade. Production started in 1981 & ran a few years.
    Uncle Henry 227UH Folding Bowie- 5 1/4 in.- 1970-1983
    Uncle Henry 285UH Pro Trapper- 3 7/8 in. (1999 catelog)
    Uncle Henry 705UH Chairman
    Uncle Henry 706UH Gentleman Jim
    Uncle Henry 707UH Gambler, 2 3/4 in., one pen blade and scissors
    Uncle Henry 804UH Journeyman-2 3/4 in.- 2 blade w/ clevas
    Uncle Henry 807UH J.R.- 2 3/4 in.- stockman
    Uncle Henry 833UH Prairie Jack- 3-1/4 in. 2 blade
    Uncle Henry 834UH Rancher- 3 5/16 in.- stockman
    Uncle Henry 877UH Pro Skinner
    Uncle Henry 885UH Senior Rancher- 4 in.- stockman (called King Ranch in 1999 catelog)
    Uncle Henry 897UH Signature Premium Stock- 3 9/16 in.
    Uncle Henry LB1 Cub- 2 1/4 in.- lockback
    Uncle Henry LB2 Lil Smokey- 2 1/2 in. w/ Staglon handles
    Uncle Henry LB3 Brown Bear- 3 in.- lockback
    Uncle Henry LB4
    Uncle Henry LB5 Smokey- 3 3/4 in. w/Sheath (1999 catelog)
    Uncle Henry LB7 Bear Paw- 5 in. Lockback w/Sheath
    Uncle Henry LB8 Papa Bear- 5 in. w/Sheath (1999 catelog) has Staglon handle
     
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2009
  12. Codger_64

    Codger_64 Moderator Moderator

    Oct 8, 2004
    15oto
    152oto
    154otg
    158oto
    165oto
    491s
    491l
    497s
    497l
    498s
    498l
    499s
    499l
    512ot
    19ot
     
  13. orvet

    orvet

    Oct 11, 2005
    Thanks for the numbers Mike. I knew there would be more to add!! :D
    I would guess that OTO is Old Timer Orange and OTG is Old Timer Green, but I do not know what the S and L letters stand for. Please enlighten me. :confused:
    Also I am unfamiliar with the 19OT, 491, 497, 199 & 512OT patterns. Is it possible to get a description for some of us newer collectors, myself included?

    Thanks again Mike,
    Dale
     
  14. Codger_64

    Codger_64 Moderator Moderator

    Oct 8, 2004
    15oto Orange Deerslayer pattern
    152oto Orange Sharpfinger pattern
    154otg Green Drop Point Hunter pattern (normally seen on the SKOAL edition)
    158oto Orange Guthook Skinner pattern
    165oto Orange Woodsman pattern

    The '49ers series has it's own thread, courtesy of LT. Updated versions of the "100" series produced in the '60's, they were the "49er Benchmade Series" commemorating the gold rush. They were made with two different handle materials, "L" was for leather, and "S" for staglon.
    491S
    491L
    497S
    497L
    498S
    498L
    499S
    499L
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=369315&highlight=49er
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...ht=49er+Series
    512OT a stainless Sharpfinger circa 1989-92
    19ot a stainless folder from the same marketing experiment.
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=369508&highlight=19ot

    Codger
     
  15. delander

    delander

    567
    Dec 20, 2004
    Here's some more Schrade 100th Anniversary knives:
    SDH01 Schrade D'Holder Ram
    SDH02 Schrade D'Holder Grizzly
    SDH03 Schrade D'Holder Elk
    SDH04 Schrade D'Holder Whitetail (52 produced)
    A156OT Anniversary (less than 25 produced)
    A509BN Anniversary (11 produced)
    BE5 Wood LB5 Anniversary (11 produced)
     
  16. orvet

    orvet

    Oct 11, 2005
    Thanks guys,
    I will update the list in a day or two. Too late tonight & tomorrow I have to finish several Christmas gifts in my shop.
    Thanks for the info and PLEASE, anyone who has additional models let me know or just post it here. Thanks again.

    Merry Christmas everyone,
    Dale
     
  17. Codger_64

    Codger_64 Moderator Moderator

    Oct 8, 2004
    As far as we have been able to determine, these knives listed in the last catalogs were never produced. Perhaps photo examples exist, but they never made production.

    So the question I have is... Are you including special editions, limited editions, SFO's, Scrimshaw editions, etc. in the list? Those add more than a few hundred numbers and names.

    Codger
     
  18. DaveL

    DaveL

    2
    Dec 26, 2005
    Good Morning all
    This is my first ever forum and Yes I was bitten by the Schrade bug. Seems you don't appreciate something till it's gone. Anyways, Can some one tell me about the 152OT, like cost of it before Schrade closed it's doors. and some of the differant packages they came in. I am particulary interested in the Carbon steel ones. Help as I am truly a novice. If you wish you may respond to my email address. I may not be able to find my way back here. Ha Ha David.Leadbeater@navy.mil
    Dave
     
  19. Codger_64

    Codger_64 Moderator Moderator

    Oct 8, 2004
  20. textoothpk

    textoothpk Banned BANNED

    Sep 24, 2003
    Bound to be some confusion, now and in the future. What is real, Made by the Schrade we know and love, and what is post-2004 production, either USA or China made.

    What's the real Schrade here... and what has-- on the packaging in very small letters-- "Licensed by Taylor Cutlery"? Quick now, the top one is on Ebay as a 'Buy it Now' at a bargain price, and it's time for you to get to work... You have only moments to let this great old knife, in the original plastic tube get away from you or to buy it and own a treasure... What to do, what to do?

    I'm not slamming the sellers, not slamming the knives. I could care less about the quality of the post-2004 pretenders; but as a member of this forum, as a Schrade collector, I merely want to know what has lasting (and increasing) value as a collectible piece and will enhance my collection.

    Here are some threads to help tell the old Schrades from the new:

    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=380232
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=369769&highlight=taylor
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=368512&highlight=taylor
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=367920&highlight=taylor
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=361616&highlight=taylor

    A review of the Taylor-made 8OTY 'Classic' by author Robert Clemente:
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=380646

    A review of the Taylor-made 171UH by member Codger:
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=380637


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