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Make that in GEC knives and....... :p
I don't imagine bots are being used to buy GEC knives, but bots are developed/used all the time to buy stuff online. Obama even signed legislation...
I think this makes sense. I'd rather the money go to those that are creating some type of value instead of those that are just flipping.
The prices for Case and Boker seem higher to me.... I think that is influenced by the GEC phenomenon.
I kinda got disillusioned with GEC stuff. They make a great knife, but the market had gotten silly and it wasn't enjoyable for me.
I got lucky...
Nice thread Jack. I always enjoyed your travel threads, but this seems like a good way to deal with a mountain.
Are they going to do any boys knives after the barlows?
I think GEC is making a new bass boat that looks like a barlow! :D
Awesome work. Very nice of you to fix.
I had been hoping for a cattle knife on that pattern.
Personally, I use a Peanut for those tasks. Just got to rotate the apple. Once done, I carve out the core. Then I make thin slices and eat them...
The Tramontina is a fine machete. Mora or Old Hickory would be of a similar vein. For a little more, L.T. Wright makes a great knife.
Sod busters are pretty good for opening and closing one hand.
As for the why.... sometimes my other hand is doing something else when I realize I need to cut something. Maybe holding something, or keeping a...
My intent is not a thread to rain down on anyone. I had a thought about a new knife I got and wanted to discuss it.
Actually, I have LT Wright's Patriot, a little "belt knife" on me most days of the week. It's a short, little, robust knife in D2 with a sharp...
I appreciate it bud. I acquired one in whiskey bone.
At the point where the strength of a 110 is needed, I'd just get a fixed blade.... even if the blade is shorter.
If I carry a 110, it's only...
When piercing, I tend use the knife in such a way that there is always pressure that'll keep the blade open. If I need more than that, I'll get a...
Maybe if I pinch the knife between the thumb and middle finger and press the lock with the index finger.... that's an idea!