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Why do you care how much gear someone else carries? I reckon it's his own business
Woodrow your post rings true to me. I will admit that I visit this forum far less than I once did. At some point, the collector mentality took...
Wonderful GAW! I'm in. Best thing for me is the education I have received on traditional knives.
I'd like to see more of the small batches that they do, limited to a hundred or few hundred pieces; GEC has done that and fared well, Queen should...
My two recent (purchased last week) Queens, these are really sweet
My Queen knife experience: bought 3 on the exchange--two were perfect and one had a bit of blade wobble, but not bad. These were used knives, and...
Yes, I would be carrying that happily, were it in my rotation. Very nice.
Put it in your pocket and enjoy using it.
Very true......wow, just noticed your avatar picture is Lucca Brazzi.....excellent
Case Barnboard Bone with Damascus steel, in my pocket as we speak. It's my first Case Sodbuster, and when I first got it, thought it was okay....
If the blade is in good condition, you can always press it into service as a dedicated work knife. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
It's nice that you teach martial arts. What style? Who is/was your teacher? Just curious. I like martial arts too
Beauty of a knifeI Then I presume you are a Mason?
I bought a new Queen Classics Big Trapper in Winterbottom bone last year, and one of the backsprings snapped. The dealer made it right and gave me...
Nice kit, and welcome to the JK Knives family. Good stuff, and good people. BTW, where in NJ are you located? We're in Rockaway, Morris County.
Thanks Peter, and everyone who commented
ok, thanks. So if these knives were convex, I would not be able to use the sharpmaker or the lansky, right?