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    Username Post: Help me....who made this knife???        (Topic#98752)
    texaslearner
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    08-29-01 06:36.00 - Post#98752    



    I have a knife that was given to me and haven't been able to find out where it came from. The only insignia on it are the letters NK in a circle, with the N and K pushed together. Thanks
     


    likes2watch
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    08-29-01 07:16.00 - Post#98753    


        In response to texaslearner

    Nolen Knives...Doyal & Jim Nolen, from Texas

    [ August 29, 2001: Message edited by: likes2watch ]

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    Overload
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    01-26-04 14:29.28 - Post#341312    


        In response to likes2watch

    Hmmm, could it be Nolen Knives of Estes Park, CO R.D. and George?
    (how's this for time lag)

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    Hermes
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    01-27-04 07:30.12 - Post#341525    


        In response to texaslearner

    Hi and welcome to the KFC to you newbe's, great to see you here!

    If it's a Slip Joint, i think you should ask this in the SJ Forum as well and a picture would help, if not tell us it's size, how many blades it has, handle material and how long have you had it?
    "A knifeless man is a lifeless man"
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