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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by rockgolfer, Jun 23, 2013.
The Beer Scout Knife Club ain't dead, it just became more exclusive
Never replied to myself before but I just checked TSA website (no connection to me) but this package is still available. Last chance to join the club (at least directly via the primary market).
I sure glad these are USA made. Beautiful knives.
Perusing my spreadsheet of current GECs, realized that going back to the 2006 inception, the years 2007 and 2010 are totally unrepresented in the collcetion at present. Really bugging me. How could I let this happen? I know I had several from each of those years at various points, and I haven't intentionally tried to have every year represented, but now I want to. UGggh. Already searching ebay. This is going to cost something...
What about a 2007 #23 Schrade marked brown pick bone Pioneer Trapper?
Nah, its gotta be one of the three core-brands, or it will continue bothering me
For you fans of the #12 Toothpick out there...you are going to be happy campers soon. Will just leave it at that for now.
I agree, great catch!
.................................................................what about now?
I'm not a huge fan of the short fat little sister of the toothpick. I want to see the long tall Sally version ...
All this talk of Acrylics, Templar knives, and #12 Toothpicks...
Thought it was about time to post this one again.
Wow perfect timing with this one well done I actually like that Templar.
My son loves the Templar knives. I gave him this #12 and he also has a #48. The #06 will make a nice addition to his collection.
Figures, right after I searched out and purchased two #65 Ben Hogans.
I'll admit, the toothpick has never appealed to me as a pattern but after some of the pics that have been posted recently, I am reconsidering. Will be quite happy to try them out.
Case just came out with a burnt amber bone medium (4 & 1/8 inches) toothpick. I prefer that size to the small one. May pick one up.
If you’ve got a Northfield spear point you want to throw back, let’s talk. [email protected]
Shew I wish.. Don't get me wrong, the clips are really neat.. But those spears are just sexy.
The 65 spear was one of my first GEC knives. Still have it... a buffalo horn. Only have a photo of this stag at the moment..... that spear just does it.
Yes. Yes it does...