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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by rockman0, Apr 26, 2020.
phenomenal! Do you know the year?
Those are some classic Buck’s. Congrats on an awesome stockman collection.
Outstanding Stockman pictures everyone, a bad idea on my part, now I want to spend grocery money on another one Wish I had the ability and focus to praise every post, keep em coming thanks !
Those Colonial/Ranger knives are great buys for the money.
4” Craftsman 95066. Love this one. Brass bolsters and eagle shield make it one of my favorites.
Thanks! I got it in March of 1993.
Lots of beautiful Premium Stocks! The four I have pictured below aren't the prettiest or the newest or the oldest, they're just the biggest!
Two BUCK 307s at 4 1/4 inches, one Schrade at 4 1/2 inches, and one IXL Schrade Wostenholm at 4 7/8 inches. You know what they say, "Size matters!" T-A
Yes they are. I'm pretty sure my most expensive one was under $20 including shipping. Most were around $15 including shipping. And they are not just great buys, they are good knives too. They seem to be the forgotten secret of the used traditional knife market.
Stockman Sunday? Great idea! Here are a couple Queens to start out with. A big one & a little one.
Case XX 5375 Large Stockman
I forgot about Camillus. Here's a couple in celluloid.
Butter & Molasses
And two more, NIB, a #711Y and a #89 Rancher.
Thanks everyone for sharing your Stockman knives I don't have many but I like them a lot
This is likely to become my favorite thread. I’ll take some time and get myself ready for next Sunday.
One more Schrade, with a very low serial number.
I have to ask who's the maker on the 5 blade? I like the punch!
Looking forward to your line up for Sunday