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    Found this at a small Flea Market. Its a tie clip I think, anybody have any idea on how old it is? I can't find it on the web. It says Craftsman and when you tip it ,It says
    The greatest name in tools.




    One is a Casexx 61479L ss USA ..............Lockback
    x x

    The other is a, Remington UMC Made in USA R-1

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    that's a sweet little bird knife, and I love that case...sorta like a half-canoe shape.
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    I love that old Remington. A bird knife s oe at tern I've never had, its very nice. I like tat Case copper lock too, very nice.

    I've never seen a tie tack quite like that, pretty darn cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RB Rider View Post
    Colonel, that's some priceless common sense right there! I don't think there were as many germs back then...my Mom once got into a conversation about canning with
    a woman from the ag.extension agency...the woman said Mom was lucky she hadn't killed us all 40 years ago. Mom said it wasn't too late...lol
    That is a great find you've made there, a real beauty! Funny how such a little thing can let you carry a ton of good memories in your pocket.
    Thanks RB. I can still see him on Sunday mornings, sitting on the porch, waiting for grandma to finish getting ready for church, chewing tobacco and cleaning out his watch metal band. He'd pull it apart, take the long clip blade and pick out the crud. Then he'd spit, pick his teeth with the knife, and go back to cleaning the watch! Lol! It's funny the memories things like this bring back.
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    I carry a spyderco native and a schrade old timer stockman. I keep a gerber multitool in my go-bag.
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    Here is a couple of my favorites, Schrade Cut. Co.
    Composite 1.JPG
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    I've recently gotten into old Schrade Walden pocket knives myself. They sure were great knives!
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    I've always been partial to old Uncle Henry's

    my uncle henry knife.jpg
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    hill country shooter:I really like that big remington trapper in the 3td pic and the 2 trappers at the bottom corners of the 2nd.

    The trapper is one of my fav patterns. Its a great knife for dressing small game.
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