I suspect Walt Halucha is holding all the nice horn
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My Baby when pissed off is scarier than any pair of our town cops. :shock: Then it seems it would be best to ensure she is not pissed off at you :lol: Speaking of pools, a lot of homes around mine have pools. Even during this Summer of Covid 19, pool parties are as popular as cold beer on a hot Sum...
I haven't seen any in horn, not to say that they don't exist. I have seen them in a few colors of bone, both smooth and jigged. Does anyone know the significance of the "R"? My only example is one of the newer ones in jigged delrin, and it is etched simply as "712"
It appears to be a Robert Klass Kissing Crane leverlock. These are well made desirable knives. The bad news is that from the photo is appears that the blade is "down" a good bit which means much of it has been ground away from sharpening. This is actually common among vintage German leverlocks as th...
- Thu Sep 17, 2020 5:01 pm
- Forum: Switchblade knives
- Topic: Where is a good honest place to buy autos
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I met Barry Adams of Adamsinternational at the 2012 Blade Show. We had a good conversation and he seemed like a nice guy. It doesn't surprise me that they lube and test everything.
11 cm Hubertus Bighorn Edition, nice slabs of rams horn, polished blade, great snap, tight lockup, blade sits below liner (no peek), not perfectly centered when closed but blade does not rub liner, couple of light spots in the etch as can be clearly seen in the photo, what might look like pitting on...
Bill is right (as usual), they are examples of fine craftsmanship. I got hit with the old German leverlock bug over 15 years ago and can't seem to get rid of it. The frustrating thing for me is I like pristine examples. These knives were made to be used and most were.