I carry a stag gripped Linder brand knife from germany with a highly polished blade and a brass bolster in a lined leather pouch. IMHO Linder makes one of the nicest looking, best workmanship production knives made. I have several of them as well as several Puma stag gripped knives.
It's a long shot, but here goes....you don't know anyone with by the name of R. Tillery that was a LEO in So. California, and also worked in the oilfield in Wyoming do you? A long lost acquantaince of mine had the same last name and first initial.
When he introduced himself to bad guys on the street he was fond of introducing himself by sayin, "my name is Tillery, as in Artillery"
He was fond of ....45 acp caliber in 1911 models.
Nope...'fraid not. My dad was in Air Defense Art'y in the Army....and I'm partial to BIG bullets, so....'R. Tillery' is what I came up with. I was sorta partial to 'O. Hale', but my wife nixed that one....LOL
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