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Despite the enduring legacy of a brand commonly associated with quality and dependability, Old Timer has been on a long, winding road with many obstacles along the way.In this article, we'll talk about the storied history of Old Timers, give you a quick breakdown of some of the most important Old Timers ever made, and offer up a comparison chart.The next change to the Old Timers line was in 1964 with the addition of the Schrade 15OT and 34OT.No other Ulster OT's were added, except for the special 114OT in 1968.Schrade continued introducing new models into the Old Timer line, and the knives were always made to meet the high standards laid out by the company.
Impressive sleuthing by a Schrade collector and confirmation from an employee indicate that KA-BAR sold a trapper knife bearing the Old Timer name as early as the mid-1930s.
In 1962 Schrade added the 108OT and ULSTER added both the 10OT and the 12OT.
Both the 50OT and 12OT were only available for 1 or 2 years.
For many, the mere mention of Old Timer knives elicits positive feelings of warm summer evenings wandering through the woods or whittling small trinkets on the back porch.
Even after 55 years, Old Timer knives remain popular, whether it's because the name itself means so much to so many people or the knives still carry a lure in their appearance and construction (probably a bit of both).
Taylor Brands was already a licensed manufacturer of Smith & Wesson knives, so it was clear these knives were in good hands.