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I did indeed. It'd be a shame to drive to PA without seeing you up there bud.
@TAK65 No problem. Finding an 83 could be tough. Even if they made a new run right now it would be tough. If a small high quality lockback is on...
L2R: 83, minitrapper, 73, 72, 48, 42. Lemme know if you need a different angle.
A 72 may fit in a big watch pocket, no chance a 42 will but the real knife you want for watch pocket carry is the 83. I'll post up pics after...
It seems they only used this pattern of jigging once and it's a shame.
A jewel of a little knife.
You're right! I got my 83 and 72 designs mixed up.
Second from the bottom is the closest. Except it's all one piece. There is no separate little bit on the butt.
Not all GEC lockbacks are built...
A lockback trapper.
Particularly the 72 size. It's really all the folder I need.
If you don't even notice it's a contest it's usually cause you're winning...
I want a Press Button Knife Co reproduction in a very bad way. Even if I could find an affordable original I'd be too tempted to carry it..
Just caught up on this thread. To tack on to what Leslie Tomville said, I have to agree that there some wild misconceptions about the folks at...
Is that you on the left with the 'chops Will? I can't even compete with that level of dapper. :cool:
Runners up in the quest for my 5 best lookers.
Vests are fairly popular where I live. I pretty much live in a sherpa lined Carhartt vest for three seasons, you see plenty of those up here in...
Will, that 83 is one of the finest examples of GEC's shielded stag I've seen.
This thread is driving me nuts. I keep going back and forth on my...
I said fashionable. I am aware of how old the pattern is. Many traditional patterns are old and many are popular. Barlows however are...
Yeah I'm right there with you. I keep trying them and I keep letting them go. I really don't like the way the long straight bolster feels in hand...