BLUF: A Fiddleback grail knife has fallen — but it’s memory will last through a historical knife review. No action requested. I had a mishap with a knife sale/shipment this week....The blade was a cpm154 gaucho that @Comprehensivist wrote an outstanding review on! I had no intention of ever selling this knife but I recently sold two runts to a person that is new to the brand. One of them was a custom shop blade with scales added by a third-party and the other one was an old school model that was not like the newer ones. I didn’t think they measured up to current Fiddleback standards and I wanted the buyer to see how great Andy’s knives can be. So I sent him a pdf of Comprehensivist‘s review and sold him the gaucho on the condition that I would have first rights if he ever decided not to keep it. Turns out the blade never made it to him and USPS tells him all packages on the delivery unit were destroyed due to a fire. Unfortunately I didn’t get insurance (never do, and still way ahead financially) and don’t have the receipt either ! But that’s really not the point — I’m making things right for the buyer. Wanted to give props one more time for the best blade review I can recall....and mourn with my fellow fiddleheads over the loss of a fallen grail. RIP. Gaucho Review by Comprehensivist 04/10/15 http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1279526-Fiddleback-Gaucho-Review This was the last photo taken of it. Comprehensivist had put a wicked edge on that blade, literally.