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#191295 - 12/27/20 02:54 PM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: coachblalock]
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#191407 - 01/05/21 06:46 AM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: pappy19]
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Who Made This? When I brought this knife I didn't note who made it, I thought I would remember but I don't remember what I had for breakfast so that plan didn't work. There are no marking on the knife that I can see.


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Edited by Sidney_Redford (01/05/21 06:48 AM)
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#191409 - 01/05/21 06:58 AM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: Sidney_Redford]
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That's too nice a knife not to have a makers mark on it somewhere. Probably hidden the etching, you just haven't see it yet.
If you can't find it, you might shoot some pics to Tommy Clark @ Blue Ridge knives, he'd probably recognize the makers work.
Message me if you'd like his contact info.
"Possibly" Carlton Edwards ??


Edited by Michael_Mason (01/05/21 07:44 AM)
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#191410 - 01/05/21 10:01 AM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: Michael_Mason]
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It looks like, either Zolan McCarty or his Grandson, Chris English's work. Although neither did a great deal of Damascus, the blade, thumb screw and, particularly, the handle shape looks like theirs.
Hope this helps, Capt. Chris
PS: Tons of Chris' work had a simple capital "Z" engraved on the finished piece as a tribute and homage to his Grandad...CCS
PPS: One of Chris' autos in Oosic.!



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Edited by Captain Chris Stanaback (01/05/21 10:07 AM)
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#191411 - 01/05/21 12:53 PM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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Thanks guys I haven't looked inside the liners, it may be there. I have had some Puma folders and that is where the serial #'s are. Capt. I will look at the blade with a mag. and see if there are any marks . Michael I was born in Marion, VA. and that is where Blue Ridge Knives are located and I would have never thought about them, thanks for jogging my memory and thanks for the tip.


Edited by Sidney_Redford (01/05/21 01:01 PM)
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#191832 - 01/26/21 01:10 PM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: Sidney_Redford]
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Still don't know about the folder, waiting to hear from Blue Ridge Knives. I took some pics this weekend and here are some of those. First is a RB Special with fossil ivory, then some Sandra (Sandy) Brady scrim some on both side because I can, and some minis.


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#191835 - 01/26/21 02:09 PM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: Sidney_Redford]
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Great knives and scrim!

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#191837 - 01/26/21 02:48 PM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: GCTom41]
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I wanted to include some other pics but I had to resize before could. Here are a few minis and some Arno Bernard's from South Africa.


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#191840 - 01/26/21 03:37 PM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: Sidney_Redford]
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Great collections of Mini's and Arno's.

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#191846 - 01/26/21 07:25 PM Re: My Favorite Knife [Re: GCTom41]
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Great collection!

Awesome Scrim!

The Z is really nice!
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