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    Randall great job, I admire your skills.
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    Default Buck 110 Durability

    I worked at a scrap yard for years and my "go to" tool was my Buck 110. Have never owned a more durable folder, and it took some serious abuse. There may be fancier, but in a SHTF situation, I will take the Buck 110.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willem Wallace View Post
    I worked at a scrap yard for years and my "go to" tool was my Buck 110. Have never owned a more durable folder, and it took some serious abuse. There may be fancier, but in a SHTF situation, I will take the Buck 110.
    See post #1.

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    Had to dig deep to find this thread, no posts for some time now...

    Been collecting some projects over the last month that I haven't had time to show here.

    Working on them as a wind down from my day, so I'll get around to posting the final results as time permits.

    One is done, still working on the others....

    Sit back and enjoy the show

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    First up, the keyboard camp knife...

    (Seller's pictures)

    I ponied up on this one, spent a little more than I usually spend on a rescue. But it's worth so much more than the $35 I paid for it.

    A Dwight Divine & Son Ulster Scout knife circa 1923-41

    The blade etching is long gone and the very tip of the punch is missing, but condition overall of this sought after knife is well worth it.

    The bone is absolutely gorgeous!

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    Coined brass liner is something not commonly found on scout knives. This is possibly late 20's early 30's for this Ulster version, making it a nice pre WWII knife

    In 1923 Remington and Ulster (Dwight Divine) obtained permission to make the Official Scout utility knives.
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    My second knife is the typical rescue project, paid 15 bucks for it, and it's old, rusty and well used

    Blade on it was sitting proud due to blade loss from sharpening, so it required the kick to be filled down for it to sit lower in the channel.

    This one is also an old Ulster... Single blade, saber ground -long pull, barhead knife

    Tang stamp: Ulster, over Knife Co over NY dating this one also pre 1941.

    Steel liners and pins, half stop and great snap. The bone on this one is equally nice with only a minor chip on one end on the corner.

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    Third up... the USA camp knife

    This old knife had rusting going on from neglect.... the tools were seized other than the primary blade.

    Based on the bone used this most likely is made by Ulster for Sears dated circa late 1940's early 50's

    Took some time and patience to bring it back to life

    Cleaned up very well, the beautiful bone on it was in great condition. Now all tools move freely and show minimal wear.

    Brass liners and pins, nickel silver bolsters and bail.

    Pictures are pre polishing, showing original patina

    Tang stamp: Made in USA

    The "Made In USA" stamp was used on knives made for Sears & Roebuck. There were knives with this tang stamp produced by both Camillus and Ulster.

    Schrade also made knives for Sears using this same tang stamp.

    (This information from "Goin's Encyclopedia Of Cutlery Markings")

    I've been working on the remaining three that I call "my trifecta " currently with some amazing results and surprises.

    Stay tuned....

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