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Kershaw Macho Model 2120 smooth white bone scales and last made in 1989, Gerber Sportsman 1, Parker Hunter's Pride lockbacks. We only have one each to sale.

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Kershaw Macho Model 2120 smooth white bone scales and last made in 1989. These were used in the Walter Alexander color scrimshaw limited edition design series that Kershaw produced for several years. There were several different designs he did on the knife handle and then the knife was put in a walnut presentation box and sold for $450.00 with a twelve week waiting period. They are no longer producing that series. This is a beautiful lock back knife that is 4" closed and very thin, so it will fit in your pocket well. It is also one of the first Kershaw's made as they started making these in 1974 when Kershaw started making knives. Back then there were three different models of this style, and this one was the largest. The three knives in the series were, Macho, Honcho and Little Stud. This one is mint in a cardboard box, and comes with Kershaw's limited lifetime warranty. Top knife in photo.   FJ-00468 Sold

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Kershaw with composite inlaid handles that is excellent and 4-1/8" closed. The blade is scratched but it is a "very good put in your pocket and use knife" from the past. Made in the 1970's as part of the original knives put out by Kershaw. I think it originally had wood inlaid in the stainless handle but it has been replaced with composite. Very thin, so it will fit in your pocket well. This was part of the Easy Rider series of knives. It is marked Oregon USA only, not marked Japan with no model number. I think it is a 2040 Stag.  Just Reduced
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FJ-00469 39.00

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Gerber Sportsman 1 in excellent condition and is 3-1/2" closed. It has been sharpened and carried. If you always wanted one of these but kept putting it off now is your chance to get a good user. List price in 1996 was $55.95 FJ-00470 Sold

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Parker Hunter's Pride Japanese ivory composite handles mint 3" closed. The blade is surgical steel. A very different lockback made by Parker before 1984. A good small skinner or caper knife. This is the only one of these we have ever seen.  
Bottom knife in photo. 
FJ-00471 Sold

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