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    Posted 12 months ago

    dougrich46
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    It's a 3 blade bone handled kinfolk SS pocket knife I was just wondering if anybody could tell me anything about them

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    1. UncleRon UncleRon, 12 months ago
      The pattern name for this knife (its handle shape and blade set-up) is called a "premium stock knife." The stock pattern was developed for ranchers and the blade at the single-blade end is called a "spey" blade, which is designed for castrating cattle. Kinfolks was a brand founded by relatives of the Case family in 1926. However, this knife was made by a wholesaler, Parker Knife Collector's Service, in the 1990s or later, long after the original Kinfolks brand had ceased to exist.
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 12 months ago
      Good info Uncle Ron! :^D Thanks for posting dougrich46, this is how we all can learn! :^)

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