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Adam in NYC  
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October 01, 2013 06:31PM
I got this well used vintage Schrade Old Timer Stockman at a fleamarket. It's 4" closed which is quite long for a pocketknife. The Schrade Old Timer series uses non-stainless carbon steel, while the Schrade Uncle Henry series uses stainless steel. This particular blade configuration is called a Stockman because it was designed for those who work with livestock. The main blade is called a clip point since it looks like someone clipped off the back tip of the blade. The straight edge blade next to it is called a sheepsfoot used to clear pebbles from hooves. The blade on the opposing side is called a spey blade used to castrate! Eek!



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Adam in NYC145October 01, 2013 06:31PM

Those are tough knives! Congrats Adam!

Timemiser69October 24, 2013 03:19AM

Keep those US made Schrades > Jpeg Attachments URL

Adam in NYC79October 24, 2013 03:21PM

I love old knives! Nice find Thumbs up! (n/t)

BobbyMike45October 01, 2013 06:45PM



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