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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Just Tom., Aug 9, 2019.
Here's a toy that may need some guessing.
It's a 524 alumni.
I find it funny that the " Army .45 " cap gun you've got there is actually modeled after a .32 caliber Colt 1903.
Magic trick about cutting the string? Just a guess. Never seen one of these.
That's exactly it.
Draw a knife through then open it up to reveal two cut ends of string, close it and magically you can still pull the string back and forth.
It's a toy from my dad's childhood that he gave me as a kid.
Thanks, it looks like very pocketable ( is that a word?) and useful knife.
It certainly is.
They were " new " for last year, but in reality they've produced similar knives going back to the 80's.
I'd like them to bring back the brass version.
Yep. Got one of each. Was wondering why a .32 ACP was labeled "Army .45"!
I had a nice glow in the dark Duncan butterfly as a kid , but it was stolen out of my backpack in elementary school.
I believe I got it when the Duncan rep came and did a demonstration at our school, I don't think okay to come and use flashy marketing to sell things to kids at a school these days though.
Have you seen Robin around ?
Is that a teeny, tiny whale shark?
My Tweener Grail, Premier Deerslayer Classic. Paper route funded.
And a tiny sample of my youngest kids' LEGOs.
2016 Annual, and a big boy toy.