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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Spydieboi, Jun 11, 2020.
I still have no idea, but I'd be okay with that.
Not me, I'm holding out hope for a GEC boys axe
I already know what is coming next, it’s a Norwegian 1846 Postførerverge Knife-Pistol.
Would love to see a new run of 38 whittlers or 33s. Been at least 6-7 years since the last 33 run.
Thinking mathematically, how about a "perfect square" pattern?
Date in parentheses is year of most recent release (I could be wrong on some of these).
3x3 = 09: Peanut-sized Esquire pen knife (2014)
4x4 = 16: Canoe (2012)
5x5 = 25: Small jack or barlow (2017)
6x6 = 36: Massive sunfish (2012)
7x7 = 49: New Pattern - probably sowbelly stockman
8x8 = 64: Long and lean lockback Babylon Hill Special (no swing guard, please) (2013)
9x9 = 81: 4" muskrat or stock knife (2013)
a run of 09's would be nice
...in red linen. Or in most anything else
I’d love to see a GEC made Doctor’s knife with spatula. Probably wouldn’t be popular though.
26’s have my vote for the next pattern.
I do love single spring two blade knives.
The 79 Workhorse would be nice too. If GEC does run the workhorse again, I’d like to see it with a shield that says “Rocinante.”
79’s would be a wonderful choice.
I had to look it up, but yes, that would be an appropriate shield. Maybe even an actual old workhorse shield. Maybe a shield with Don Quixote sitting on his Rocinante.
I’d like to see a Sunbrite acrylic caplifter please
As much as I'd love to see another stockman pattern I hope it is a few patterns away so that funds can be replenished.
Forgive me if this is sacrilege but I would love to see a large run of 77 barlows. They are such classic knives and GEC does them (and every other pattern) so well. Plus the price on the secondary market makes it next to impossible to own one or justify using a 77 for edc.
Waiting on a 5" coffin barlow with big trapper blades in it.
I wouldn’t mind a 33 whittler or even a run of 15’s in some nice handle choices . Come to think of it I’m up for most anything that is pocketable for everyday use lol !
66 frame with clip and sturdy sheepsfoot. At least that’s what I heard from a friend of a friend.
Perfect every day companion. Only thing missing on my 66 jack is that sheepsfoot/coping secondary.
A 66 with a clip and larger sheepsfoot would be perfect. This little guy has been getting a lot of pocket time, but I have yet to use the Spey and often wish the sheepsfoot was just a tad larger.
I'd love to see more equal end jacks done.