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
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One is a Casexx 61479L ss USA ..............Lockback
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.
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.
I carry a spyderco native and a schrade old timer stockman. I keep a gerber multitool in my go-bag.
I've recently gotten into old Schrade Walden pocket knives myself. They sure were great knives!
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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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