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Schrade Collectors

Many people collected Schrade knives over the years. Almost everyone had to have a Schrade. Much has changed, but they still make Schrade Knives and now they are coming out with new steels and new handle materials.

So old fan or new collector, Lets talk about Schrade!

Members: 60
Latest Activity: Apr 10

Welcome to Schrade Collectors.

The Official iKC Schrade Cutlery Chat: Schrade%20Cutlery%20Co.pdf

Discussion Forum

Taylor made Schrades

Started by Ken Vigil. Last reply by Ken Vigil Apr 10. 11 Replies

I personally would avoid the new Chinese made knives. I have too much love for the real ones, the ones made in NY.

Schrade 580T

Started by Ricky L McConnell. Last reply by Steve Hanner Apr 5. 2 Replies

Does anyone have a 580T stockman made by Ulster ? The tang stamp says Ulster, USA, 580T. From what I read, these were used in the prince Albert Tobacco can offers.  I have seen a few on Ebay , and i…Continue

Latest Schrade USA acquisitions. Pics please.

Started by Brad T.. Last reply by Ken Spielvogel Mar 25. 39 Replies

I like USA made Schrades & Schrade-Walden knives...obviously. Old Timers, Uncle Henry's and the models that pre-dated those lines. Saw-cut Delrin, Stagalon, Butter-n-Molasses, etc. handles.…Continue

Tags: Schrade-Walden, Delrin, Stagalon, Timer, Old

USA Schrades on eBay

Started by Tom Chase. Last reply by Steve Hanner Mar 10. 5 Replies

I am amazed at some of the asking prices folks are trying to get for the USA Schrades listed throughout eBay!The funny part is that folks are paying the prices. If I were to use the asking prices…Continue

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Comment by Steve Hanner on April 5, 2014 at 19:09

You seldom see a dogleg , a great find!

Comment by Ricky L McConnell on March 29, 2014 at 17:46

Nice, I like the long nail pull on the main blade


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Comment by Ken Spielvogel on March 29, 2014 at 9:12

Beautiful Knife Alan


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Comment by Waggoner, Alan on March 28, 2014 at 21:33

I would like to have gotten hold of this one before it was cleaned. It's still a rare old dogleg even if it has the shine going on though!

Comment by Robert Burris on March 28, 2014 at 16:21

We use to sell the possums whole to, not worth skinning.

  That's a fine looing Muskrat, Ricky.


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Comment by Waggoner, Alan on March 28, 2014 at 15:54

I agree!

Comment by Ricky L McConnell on March 28, 2014 at 5:25

Cool, it is neat to hear a story about how these knives have been used. It still looks like it has a lot of years left on it.


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Comment by Waggoner, Alan on March 24, 2014 at 18:50

Ricky,

nice collection, I can especially identify with the 787. I have an old one that I bought new in the 60's. It skinned many a coon, fox, and ringtail; quite afew bobcats and coyotes-but thecoyotes were too tight skinned for what little $ the fur would bring! Also possums were only worth 25cents and there was no shortage of coons, so we often took the cheap possums  in on the cob and let the hide buyer skin 'em!

Comment by Ricky L McConnell on March 24, 2014 at 18:43

Thanks Tom, When I bought the 808 , I did not realize how small it actually was. I found it on Ebay.

Comment by Tom Chase on March 24, 2014 at 17:44
Beautiful batch of Good Ole Schrades there Ricky! I especially like that little 808 and the 825 Razor!

Tom
 
 
 

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