Texas stockman with brown jigged bone handles and a double oval "CASE" block letter shield. Shown in catalog used from 1984 to 1985. Shoulderless grind confirmed. The new grinds were discontinued early in 1985, so the Blademaster considers the 1985 new grinds to be especially collectable.
There are two numbering variations in this pattern. The first has two zeros in the middle of the pattern number. The second has a regular pattern number. The difference would seem to be that the double zero pattern variation does not have a shield, while the regular model number knife has a shield.
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