The oldest northern daughter visits 3 times a year. Grandson Matt 10 yrs old loves knives. He brought his meager collection of 4 plus his scout knife. The scouts did a good job with safety but only rudimentary sharpening knowledge. The kid is sponge. Taught him to take the edges from somewhat sharp to scary sharp. His scout knife and Buck fixed and A/O folder are his go to for camping so we got them first. All the folders need oil. After his were done we started to poke around mine. No small feet since I got few dozen. We do a few day since I am recovering run out of gas real easy. (Fem-pop bypass with 72 staples on June 26th Yesterday they went to flea market with Nana. I get a text and picture says "Hey G-pa is this good for $10.00?" It was a USA Schrade Walden Old Hickory 1940T! I told him if the blade was good and it snapped and locked tight grab it. It is in good shape. A little oil and cleaning, some sharpening and he has a lifetime pocket knife. Today he was bugging me about "seeing knives." Not having a lot of energy I told him go to the bottom draw of the file cabinet and grab 3 fixed blades. A Becker necker he thought was cool One I made that he liked And an old M 16 bayonet He went nuts about. He willingly cleaned oiled them, more for practice than need, but he kept going back to the bayonet. He went on and on about how cool it was but realized it was not a practical camp knife. Just an heirloom and collectable. All morning he held onto that thing, finally I Told him maybe it should at your house! He went nuts happy, big hug and 87 thank you's More tomorrow with pics if I feel like it.