Winchester entered the knife market as a manufacturer in 1919 by acquiring two existing knife companies; Eagle Knife Co. of Connecticut & Napanoch Knife Co. of New York. Winchester stepped away from the market in 1942 to focus on war related manufactured products, but re-entered in the late 1980s by licensing its name to Blue Grass Cutlery. Blue Grass had high quality knives made by Queen Cutlery that featured the Winchester brand name for a handful of years until the license arrangement ran its course. Winchester eventually started licensing to other companies & now you will find the brand name used by several knife manufacturers by way of license agreements.
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Camillus is one of my favorite knives. I’ve never seen a Camillus sunfish. Sounds like an awesome knife. It may not be my favorite pattern but I’d love to own one. Hope you find the one that’s misplaced.
The most useless thing ever is a dull knife.
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I do not think an elephant toe or sunfish is useless to carry. I find they practically disappear in my pocket sine they’re so thin. And they feel good in my hand too. I like em.
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