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Ermagherd,
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What's your newest traditional style knife? Fixed or folding

I'll start it off

Case medium stag stockman

Case slimline trapper, 40-64 era

Frank Buster stockman, I think it's MOP, not synthetic, any opinions?






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Shaman
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MOP will sound glassy when tapped with a dental pick.






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Well, there's this. Buck 119.



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Ermagherd,
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I like the red handles much better than the standard 119!
 
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I've been on a Barlow binge the last year or so. Here's a few of them:





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I just love older Case knives! Love the scales on the 119 also!!
 
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Many years ago I had one of those Case Slimline Trappers in the OP. Been wondering what happened to it. I loved that knife. I might find it yet in a box of stuff from one of my quick, disorganized moves of years past.
 
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I'd guess the MOP isn't pearl, but is mother of toilet seat. (Which I love.) It is too swirly for the real thing, I think.




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Ermagherd,
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Yep, definitely celluloid now that I compared it to a real MOP knife in the safe
 
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Schrade USA 175


Schrade USA 194OT






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