Who has "old school " folders show em

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  1. BillWild

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    I’ve had that one for probably 35 years.
     
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    MacEntyre Shoot on Sight! Charter Member Vendor

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    Bill, I need to come visit, just to wander through your knives!

    BTW, next week, I'll have a story to tell about a 38-40 rifle from 1911 and a 45 Colt revolver from 2015...
     
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    Can’t wait for the story. You’re welcome any time.
     
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    We need to do a Knife Collection crawl...
    for some fondling and ogling
     
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    Here’s a quick shot of the display case with his favorite loose pieces. The Camel lighter he carried in Korea. The case is about a foot deep and filled with boxes full of commemorative Case knives.
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    Booker Tree Service
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    Case Centennial
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    Nice to see this thread. I've collected slipjoint knives with my pop since I was a boy. I'm mostly into modern slipjoints nowadays and sold off a large portion of my collection a while back. Here are the ones I kept which either have sentimental value or are somewhere in my carry rotation.

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    I remember getting my first knife. A boy scout knife I got around 1971 at the Scout store in North Hills Mall in Raleigh. I was bleeding like a stuck pin within 30 minutes.
    I haven’t seen it in 40 years, mom just pulled it out of a box & I’m off down memory lane.
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