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Since both your knives have plastic handles, I don't think it's a problem if you happen to get too much oil all over it. (some natural handles...
Thanks, I didn't know at the time how lucky I was.
I was at a gun/knife show looking at a table filled with new GEC knives. I got to handle and...
Thanks. I think the stuff they used on the 25s looks more like true ivory. I still like the 62, but the lines look more like liquid zigzags to me.
My first GEC:
There's a lot of variance in it. But if you look at pictures of actual ivory, there can be lot of variation in that, too. My older #25 in...
@T. Erdelyi must have a sixth sense by now, telling him that it's Forum Knife time. Like the salmon swimming upstream, Ted always returns! :p
I don't remember for sure, but I may have also. Sorry about that. :( I'll be sure to buy my next GEC from you.
I'm not usually a big fan of imitation stag, except for that type on your Camillus.
Boker USA did a nice job with Delrin, too.
You seem upset.
If I understand correctly:
You bought a knife. There was a delay in shipping. You sent an email bringing it to their attention,...
I once saw a newspaper ad (yep, I'm old) for solid oak wood bookcases on sale. Ran down to the store and upon inspection, saw that they were made...
Wow! I've never heard of "Dream King" but what a fitting name, as we all dream of finding knives like that!
Yeah, it looks to me like someone overheated that blade, and then pried with it. The new edge works pretty well now for scraping....
Thank you. Yes, it's a Cattaraugus in ebony.
The pen(?) blade was broken, so I re-shaped and sharpened it into something usable. :) Here's the...
It's always so cool to see an old knife next to a catalog picture. :cool::thumbsup:
Today's carry is a Cattaraugus in ebony:
Cattaraugus in ebony:
Oops. I forgot to post today's carry. W,H.Morley in mother of pearl:
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I've been cutting my own hair for the past few months, and I don't think it looks bad. At least it looks good from the front, which is all that...
In the Springtime, I keep a stick leaning by the front door to wave in front of me, so I don't walk into any spider webs. :eek: