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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Will Power, Mar 28, 2014.
Those have such a tough lookin clip. Good choice
Thanks guys! I had been on the fence with the sowbelly for awhile but the forum knife put me over. I’m really impressed with Viper.
I’m just as surprised as you are! These should have sold out long ago, they really are a perfect choice for everyday carry. A solid and snappy knife and super easy in the pocket.
I’ve always liked spear points more for aesthetic reasons than practical ones, but these 15s have nice sharp tips that perform well.
Cripple Creek Warrior
Shown with a 1986 vintage CC jack knife. The family resemblance is apparent.
And there lies the problem...
I don't think the vast majority of GEC buyers are looking for everyday user knives...
I think they are buying them as collectibles, for resale, or just buying into the "image".
The Bail and Chain knives are not popular and the hole they leave is undesirable for resale.
I’m glad collecting isn’t my thing, sitting by and waiting for those drops and trying to beat the rush stresses me out. I don’t mind waiting for the leftovers to snag myself a good user knife
That is, until they decide to do another run of Barlows. I will go through great lengths to get one of those
I am seriously considering the stag sow belly for my next purchase. How do you like it? Was it sharp?
Hey Homer. I think you quoted the wrong guy. I don't have one.
And I wish you all the luck in the world, good sir.
Thanks, I’ll need it. Also a miracle or two might help
You’re probably right. As for me, I can’t wait for my new one to start looking like it’s filthy, well-loved cousin!
Maybe a thread should be started for this knife, it could be called “Show your Hole.” Uh...maybe not!
I found this one brand new in a hardware store, when out of town for Thanksgiving. Priced under $70. Chestnut bone CV steel swayback jack. I seem to have difficulty passing these up. I could have bought the display one, as well, but I held strong for just the one. If it's still there when we go back for Christmas, I'll probably give in...
Posted this yesterday
This came in the mail today...
Alan Davis Lanny’s Clip
Handle - Mammoth Scales
4” Closed, 7 1/4” OAL
Blade 3 1/8” CTS-XHP Stainless Steel
Liners & Bolsters - SS, Fluted Bolsters
Filed Liners & Backspacer
Love the color, it is a lot brighter yellow then I was expecting.