Ah, German steel. I would imagine that an Ocean going bearing would have to have a certain amount of stainless property, aside from strength?
What steel was this rudder bearing made from? Thanks.
I originally posted a video, then realized it would become political, so pulled it. Again, sorry about that.
Pictures, or it didn't happen? ;)
Never mind, sorry.
^^ Nice knife Flex! ^^ Who did the graphics, or is that factory done?
I was thinking the same thing when I saw it. Also thinking it's a wee bit larger than an Izula II?
Come on CWB, who makes it, and what model?
A double wall military tent, with wood burning stove capability. In excess of a thousand dollars though. You might find them for less. Here's a...
And they still look the same. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. :cool:
Hey, I've got a couple of those. One for each tackle box. :cool:
Zeek, is your Great Uncle still alive? He would be a wealth of information.
Yes, but was only marked Schrade U.S.A. I believe most of the true Schrades were made in Ellenville until their closing in 1986....
No, you got me on that one. :( More like 1975.
My Schrade Bear Paw has the same exact serial number. :cool:
Congrats to Jeff & the crew. :cool:
Again, I bought this knife brand new, in 1977 I think? Bought it at a friends store that was named Cravens Gun Haven, in Las Vegas, NV. It's a...
A bit of springiness in the steel? :cool:
Oh yeah, when I was a kid, I used to pack a Barlow knife around. Either Imperial, or some such brand I don't recall.
^^ Ah, Schrade, before it was Schrade. ^^ :cool:
It looks like you don't want to miss this thread then. :cool:...