Knives, Guns, and Cars follow similar styling patterns for purposes of history. Here is a mint condition specimen of Camillus’s #10 American Wildlife Series Folding Hunter, an overgrown pattern similar to the Case Trapper, manufactured some time in the 1970s. Lenth closed is 4 1/2 inches with a substantial gross height of 1 1/8 inches; full 3/4 inch wide spey or skinner secondary blade; 3 1/2 inch blade length from point to heel on both blades, including the primary modified California Clip blade. Handle panel construction is picked pattern Delrin composite with White Tail Deer logo in the obverse panel. Bolster is nickel steel with similar construction backspring rivet, two upper brass panel rivets, and solid brass full thickness lanyard hole rivet on the point end. Construction is brushed finish classic streaked chrome vanadium steel with steel backsprings. The blade pivot heels are square, so this knife holds a secure halfway open position. We do not have its box, but this knife has never been used or sharpened. We rate it as Mint or Near Mint, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. This knife, by the way, served as the basic knife for the Buford Pusser Commemorate, shown for comparison in one of the photos, that we had produced in the late 1970s in conjunction with Sheriff Pusser’s Estate. Most likely, this one dates to the same period, mid to late 1970s. The Pusser Knife is not for sale. We’re offering its substantially identical mate, however, for only $ 39.95.
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We require scan or faxed copy of state-issued photo ID to prove the buyer is majority age, 21 or over. Most knives with blades over 3 inches are illegal to carry on Federal Property. All knives are illegal to transport on airlines. No shipments of knives with blades over 3 inches to civilians in New York. No knife shipments to civilians in Chicago or New York City. Upstate New York Buyers must furnish copy of current hunting license for knives with blades over 3 inches in length. Knoxville Tenne
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