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My latest favorite EDC

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Todd A, Aug 10, 2008.

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  1. Todd A

    Todd A Member

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    Not a product of the old Imperial Schrade Corp. :confused:

    A nice 1988 Case 62087 3 1/4" sepentine jack. Kind of a large peanut (which I will never own :evil: ) Stainless...but it works.


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    Been in my pocket since I picked it up Friday,fits in my watchpocket nicely. Great pattern,pretty decent knife. Right now it is being backed up by a 30's vintage Boker 4" stockman for larger tasks,and which hasn't needed to be used.The little Case has cut everything I have needed to cut so far.:)
     
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    Sweet. My first was a Case "xx" (10 dot), blade very worn. I carried and abused it daily all through high school (back when everyone had a knife in their pocket), and it served me well. Current below as well.
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  3. Todd A

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    Nice "Texas Jack" pattern. I have the same pattern as well,only its a USA Schrade 33OT.

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    This 62087 with its rounded bolsters and serpentine shape is more
    "pocketable" to me.

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    And dare I say it :eek:.......I actually prefer this Case pattern to my beloved Schrade 33OT:uhoh:
     
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