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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by waverave, Apr 26, 2019.
These Ramsfoot knives are wayyyy better than I expected. The 73 is not bad either!
Can you do me a favor and put the actual measurement's of the cocobolo on a post. I am particularly interested in the length of the cutting edge. Thanks. Have a good Independence Day.
Never enough pictures keep them coming. Ebony looks deep black and even, real nice looking knife and I’m not a big fan of ebony because of the quality but wow every Ebony pic looks great. I couldn’t take it any more and paid a premium to get one, can’t wait to get it.
Nice pic Tpost
The 93 Cocobolo looks great
This beautiful Cocobolo #93 arrived today. The mark and pile sides are very similar with the grain sweeping in the same direction as the handle. F&F is perfect with phenomenal walk and talk. Just a really cool knife.
The new slip that KSF is sending out with the knives looks like a step down in quality from the past, judging from that picture.
It feels the exact same as the darker buffalo slips I have received in the past. It might just be a different treatment that gives the different color. All my knives ride in custom carry slips. I don't use the ones KSF or any other vendor sends me so it really doesn't bother me one way or the other.
I just got home after 4,000 miles of wandering, and this was waiting on me when I arrived. (Please pardon the poorly-lighted photo.)
I knew I would love this knife, but I was very pleasantly surprised by the *exceptionally* high level of fit and finish. Until now my Esky Zulu was the best-finished GEC I own, but I think this one is now top of the heap. Very well done indeed, Charlie and GEC!
I actually wrote William Howard (GEC) and expressed my extreme pleasure and satisfaction with this entire run (rams and lambs), and I asked him to pass it on to the Craftsman and staff.
I also thanked Charlie for his work and forethought. Not sure if he helped influence the making the Ramsfoot indirectly and incidentally by the Lambsfoot being manufactured or not.
Regardless I haven't heard one complaint about any of them.
I'd encourage more people, by their own will of course, to write a quick email. Just a suggestion.
Nice pics and ideas on this page!!
Here's a patriotic pair gearing up for America's birthday!!
Woo that's some sexy grain! Congratulations. Thanks for the pics.
Who needs knife slips anyway? Once you've got a couple, they'll do for most knives, if you must...
Happy Independence day!
I notice this on about every run, but most noticeably on new patterns.
I understand and appreciate the traditionality of the stovepipe kick.
However, say someone used a knife with a stovepipe kick until sharpening brings the tip above the liners. How would they drop the kick?
Yeah I've felt the prices on the non SFO knives were especially good recently.
Same way as a regular kick.