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Who makes a good canoe?

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by WestKentucky, Apr 17, 2018.

  1. westernrover

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    I don't get it. What's wrong with Case? I always carry a CV Canoe and a Zippo.
     
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    Nothing wrong with the Case in my opinion. I've got one Case Canoe that appears to have a stainless small blade and a carbon steel large blade. :scrutiny: I need to take and post a picture of that one.
     
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  4. ugaarguy

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    Well, West Kentucky wrote in his post that started this thread:
    Apparently Case is now making collector pieces rather than working knives, at least in the canoe pattern.
     
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    Yes, canoes are once again available. At the time I posted, there were very few actually available. Most of the knives available were the higher end collectors pieces or have the unnamed plastic grips. The affordable bone cases are back, and I’m back in the market.
     
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    Case has all sorts of choices in bone.
     
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    As I stated above in post #27, I've got one Canoe that appears to have a stainless (small) blade and a not-so-stainless (large) blade.

    I may have had something to do with it. The knife originally had very light colored bone scales before I dyed them brown with RIT dye. :scrutiny:

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