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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by rockgolfer, Jun 23, 2013.
It’s called the “Luck of the Bucs!”
I can't argue with logic...
That’s an awesome backdrop for a fantastic knife!
I'd love a smaller unegraved swell bar sheild; I think it's a nice combo of curves and flats for many patterns.
For those interested, I’ve started a thread in the BG&U forum to provide information on dealer pricing practices. Please check it out and weigh in with your feedback. If the idea is sound, I think it will provide very helpful information for those interested in GEC knives.
Quick question: what does an 'E' written on the tube lid label mean?
That the dealer labeled the different knives alphabetically and you got E.
Isn't the UN-X-LD just a Jumbo dog in a standard bun?
This is a family friendly forum, sir!
Surprisingly pleased upon initial impressions. I like the extra thickness the extra tool provides, and it is very unobtrusive. Not sure how much use the BRR will get, though.
I can’t help but feel that comb would be more useful if you just ground all the tines off and had a long pokey-tool. The value of a good pokey-tool cannot be overstated.
I really like the build quality of this run. Wonder if the BRR can be used as a dog grooming comb...
My dog loved it when I used the comb on him last night! He was rolling around the floor so I could get his belly and then pawing at my pocket and begging for more when I put it away.
Oh I am so trying this now!
If anyone has any info on the following knife as to whether it was an SFO and if so, who was the SFO for. - I'd appreciate it.
GEC #488210 Burnt Stag - 22 pcs. This knife has burnt stag scales and two blades. A clip point and a spey. Clip point has etched - "Good Old Days Cutlery"
That must be a custom!
I would love one of those!
I have some recollection of something about that knife swimming around in the back of my brain... but I'll be darned if I can remember what it is.
I can't find anything on the GEC site but there was one post on AAPK that stated there were 22 of them made. Maybe Darren @waverave can shed some light on it.