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Case knives

Postby Bish1309 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:01 am

I went ahead and uploaded the pictures and here they are.


Image20161020_191327 by Pigg Penn, on Flickr


Image20161020_191901 by Pigg Penn, on Flickr


Image20161020_192008 by Pigg Penn, on Flickr




And of course I can't leave out the blunder shot. :lol:
It's just a flesh wound. It stopped bleeding after about 20 minutes.
The things I do for you guys and gals. :D


Image20161020_235550 by Pigg Penn, on Flickr
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Re: Case knives

Postby Bish1309 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:06 am

You know, the thought just occurred to me. Maybe I didn't put the knife pictures in the right location?

Mods/admins, if you need to, please put these in the correct area.

Sorry for any additional work I am putting you through. My bad. :oops:
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Re: Case knives

Postby daytime dave » Fri Oct 21, 2016 5:41 am

Those are some nice Schrades. I like that fixed blade especially.

Too bad about wounding yourself. Thanks for sharing the photographs.
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Re: Case knives

Postby PT7 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 8:41 am

Very sharp-looking fixed-blade Schrade and sheath. Thanks for posting your knives, Bish.

Since I asked for these...
Per your "blunder shot," it's evident you do know how to keep your knives quite sharp.
But if I had known how sharp they are, I wouldn't have asked for the photos!! :lol:

Hope your trigger finger heals up real soon. Take care.
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Re: Case knives

Postby Bish1309 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:08 am

daytime dave wrote:Those are some nice Schrades. I like that fixed blade especially.

Too bad about wounding yourself. Thanks for sharing the photographs.


Thanks!!!

That's what happens when you get old. It wasn't as bad as it looks.
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Re: Case knives

Postby Bish1309 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:11 am

PT7 wrote:Very sharp-looking fixed-blade Schrade and sheath. Thanks for posting your knives, Bish.

Since I asked for these...
Per your "blunder shot," it's evident you do know how to keep your knives quite sharp.
But if I had known how sharp they are, I wouldn't have asked for the photos!! :lol:

Hope your trigger finger heals up real soon. Take care.



Ha, I see what you did there.


Funny thing. I was wiping down the blade from the back side thinking I was being careful. Uh yeah, uh huh.


The fixed blade model has a built in sharpening stone in the sheath flap in the front. It is one heck of a nice tool.

The tool playing with it....well that's a different story.
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Re: Case knives

Postby Catherine » Thu Oct 27, 2016 3:23 am

Beautiful knives! Thank you for sharing.

I don't know if you can double post your pictures in the knife section here easily or not.

Sorry about the cut on your finger.

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Re: Case knives

Postby PT7 » Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:34 am

daytime dave wrote:I have added a special sub section for Case knives in the edge section. Come on Case collector's, let's see them!


Dave, don't know if you saw Cate's suggestion to "copy" this thread into the knife forum, too.
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~~Henry H012MR Big Boy Steel Carbine .357 Magnum
~~Uberti 1873 Cattleman Birdshead S/A .45LC 3.5"
~~Uberti 1874 Russian No. 3 Top-Break .45LC 6.5"


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Re: Case knives

Postby RanchRoper » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:08 pm

The fixed blade looks like the Uncle Henry Golden Spike that I have. It's a beauty. I love fixed blade knives, the bigger the better! I like my bowie knives. :)
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Re: Case knives

Postby PT7 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:32 pm

Pictures, please, of the bowies!
With descripts and extra sharp blades!!
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~~Henry H001TLP Small Game Carbine .22LR
~~Henry H012MR Big Boy Steel Carbine .357 Magnum
~~Uberti 1873 Cattleman Birdshead S/A .45LC 3.5"
~~Uberti 1874 Russian No. 3 Top-Break .45LC 6.5"


A quiet place to rest awhile...Psalm 46:10