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Inside the Display Case


Inside the Display Case is a classic collection of knives that changes periodically as models are sold..

#1 Schrade USA - model 498 is part of the Schrade 49'er Series made from High Carbon Cutlery steel hand hardened tempered and with an oil stone edge finish. The 498 was introduced in 1973 and was the longest running pattern in the series. They last appear in the Schrade Catalogs in 1979 Details:

#2 Imperial, Prov, RI - Scout Set- Produced in the 60’sthis set included a smaller bowie style fixed blade knife, plus a Kamp King 4 blade knife. Details:

#3 Parker  Cutlery Co. - Smoky Mtn. Toothpick. James F. Parker formed the Parker distributing Co. in 1970 and began importing knives from Japan. He used the Parker name as well as Eagle brand and used the logo of a eagle with widespread wings on the tang stamp. Details:

#4 Schrade USA - Outfitter 141 OT- 9 1/2" overall. 4 5/16" wide design drop point bladeFor more details:

#5 Camillus - Military Fighting/ Combat Knife - This is a Camillus Fighting knife (also known as the Combat knife) mfg. 1974 - 1989 based on the Camillus Imprint  Overall it is 12" and has a 7" blade of 1095 steel Details:

 #6 Puma Germany - White Hunter - The PUMA® White Hunter knife is handmade in Solingen, Germany, and has long set the standard for the ultimate hunting knife Details:

#7 Schrade USA PH-1 - Pro Hunter - This is a Loveless inspired drop point hunter. The overall lenght is 8" with a 3.5" high carbon stainless blade and parkawood handles with leather sheath. Features the tapered tang Loveless designed. Details:

 #9 Smith and Wesson Blackie Collins designed Survival knife, model 6030. – One of the few models Smith & Wesson actually forged and produced in house. This Survival Series consisted of  7 models:

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