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You are the expert on bullshit around here. I suspect you are the most blocked person on bladeforums.
I'd ask my dog for advice before you.
Cool beans! I dug that little 66 even though I rarely carried it myself.
Me too, me too.
And yes, I still dig the few I kept for myself.
Speaking of people I have sold knives to, are you happy with the deals we made, Jeff? Do you feel like I ripped you off somehow?
Really, you popping in here to make snarky comments about me too? You should get a non-admin account to do that sort of thing with.
The point is, once a knife has been sold by the original buyer, it belongs to somebody else who might sell it for much more on ebay and then some...
Some folks do buy these BF knives because they want them and then later, for other reasons, sell them. Often for no profit. Then the numbered...
Sugeriría un cuchillo hecho por Great Eastern Cutlery, Case o Buck.
En realidad, los Rough Riders no se fabrican en Estados Unidos.
Thousands of members on this forum. I doubt you know what most of them think on any particular subject.
Whatever. Not sure why you think...
You might get super lucky but generally, from what I have seen, you are unlikely to get one for under 250.
I think in many cases it's a thought process that says "If I have a big badass knife then people will think I'm a big badass person."
Maybe something easy, like all the 25 variants.
I doubt many of these are being bought by people that are looking for a 'working knife'.
I would suggest making a production total like this available on your website. Collectors love that sort of thing.
Dang, those RRs are getting pricey.
And good luck finding one for sale for only $500.
And the guy that flips it for 6 million will also be rich :D