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https://flic.kr/s/aHskTPXBh5

You never know what you'll find at a thrift store. People donate things that surprise you.


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Nice find.

I'm going to try garage sales when they pick up this summer.


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I had one and sold it years ago....before I knew what it was.

Bought it new from a small tobacco shop when I was 16
 
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Nice score.

I have always admired that knife.


Niech Zyje P-220

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Knowing A.G. Russell by name only it's a nice tribute to know his knives after his passing.

This was interesting and it covers the Sting 1A.

The A.G. Russell Sting Story
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1HLAfPQ9cU


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Thanks for the video link! I can't decide what to do with this item.


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They're nice little utility knives, at the very least. I keep one in the center drawer of my desk at home.

If you support one with a pencil or string or whatever through the hole and tap it, it rings like a bell. :-)
 
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Thanks for the video link! I can't decide what to do with this item.


Keep it, it has magical powers and glows in the presents of orks and trolls. I am sure keeping mine.


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