Easy to tell the 2002-2005 stamp tho. He believed the company would be bought by a chinese company and moved there. The have their own section over at with well over 300,000 replies in their section alone. Call us today if you need further assistance as we are here Monday through Friday for help. Accidently stab the knife through the sheath while putting it away, covered. I also only sharpen my Knives with a leather strap, hard to beat a razor blade.
The newer Marble's knives were not something I collected or had an interest in so, I gave them away to forum friends. Originally from what I have read in my material , the Woodcraft was sold with a sharpened false edge for sticking, later changed to a blunt. With the patent expiring in 1930, a number of companies jumped on the design and offered their own version of the Woodcraft. Axes are imported from China and Pakistan. After all the comments yesterday I went home and got the knife out of the Gun Vault.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns regarding this program,! Just too many things going on work wise. I know other experienced knife users who were satisfied they owned old and new with their Marble's knives in 0170-6 once they did a little work on the grind. The next 3 are sport 99s iirc. This range of fixed blade knives lets you choose from blades that not only have a tough construction but feature ergonomic handles for smooth and easy operation. George Brooks and Webster Marble were of the opinion that the Woodcraft was a combination of both skinner and sticking blade sticking knives are for bleeding out livestock.
Just the thought of it makes my head ache. In late 1999, we started our first message board. Care to buy us a beer? Marbles Fixed Blade Knives Fixed Blade Knives by Marble Outdoor Knives are available in a wide variety of designs. Axes are imported from China and Pakistan. When one adds up the numbers, this steel would essentially be an enhancement of 1095. Just too many things going on work wise.
I've been using Bark River knives for awhile now. The Woodcraft is just a slightly modified version of this proven sheep skinner design. I suppose I could do that in my spare time. Stored inside handle is survival kit and compass. Having created variety of tools, Marble went on to explore vast number of outdoor activities like, fishing, camping, hunting etc. It was a bit less robust than the Ideal, but excelled as a hunting knife.
Decent looking, but the selection os styles seems limited. The newer Marble's knives were not something I collected or had an interest in so, I gave them away to forum friends. Today, Marble Outdoor Knives produces knives and axes, traditional brass body compasses for the outdoor enthusiasts etc. . Just the thought of it makes my head ache.
A good place to buy them is at which has some nice models on clearance right now Manitou and Custom Semi-Skinner to name a few. The management works very hard to make sure the community is running the best software, best designs, and all the other bells and whistles. With some luck we should be able to put together a good reference guide for the identifying the different models of this once great manufacturer. Then I have quite a few Bark River knives, and that is my favorite. When I have a chance I'll post my early Trailmaker and my R W Loveless drop point that I have in storage. I don't see why they would make a special steel for a small run like Cabela's must have had them do.
Easy to sharpen and built to last. Sculpted hollow aluminum handle with integrated finger guard and etched black bear artwork. I suppose I could do that in my spare time. The founder of the company, Webster L. I know Bark River is an ex Marbles maker and I believe Rapid River is too, not positive. As the saying goes, having a need is the mother of invention, Mr. .