Buck, Old Timer and Uncle Henry...

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Carried a case 3 blade stockman 6347 pattern since the 70's.

I always wanted a Case until I saw the blades on my buddy's. It looked like a POS. Stainless may not sharpen up like carbon steel, but at least it won't rust up like carbon steel. Don't get me wrong, I've seen stainless rust...just not as bad.
 

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So my question is...are Buck, Old Timer and Uncle Henry all about the same?
They are generally Chicom imports. I believe some Bucks are Taiwanese. Some Bucks are still US made too, but I haven't seen a US made Schrade in a long long time, except for flea markets and antique shops and the like.

Case is good though...I'm squirreling away dollars to get one.
 

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Did you say Buck..........I have a couple. Have another 110 that lives in my truck as well. Had another 503 my Wife stole from me :grumble: :cool:
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The rough rider knives are not bad for the money. I bought a few for less than $10 that I figured would just be throw aways. I was actually pretty impressed with the quality vs cost.
 

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