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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Camillus, Dec 12, 2018.
I'm with Augie on this one. I really need a smooth white bone Grindling to go with my ebony one.
@r8shell preach it
That knife sure ticks a lot of boxes for me.
that 79 looks like a linebacker.
i think a svelte and curvy mini trapper two blade, a smaller version of the 48, would be a big hit, and a stainess version would shake the very foundations of the traditional knife world.
here is a Charlie Campagna GEC 48 SFO in chestnut bone. really cool jigging.
Can I get an "Amen"
I'll stand in line for one of those with you. I've been chanting "Mini Trapper" for months
Yup, mini trapper, stainless, one or two blade options. Using that exquisite jigging pattern you mention and in the indian paint brush red as used on the 38 - just a gorgeous handle material.
Why oh why didn’t they put this blade on the right end of this knife
That's THREE... Let's keep this train rollin'
A #77 or #78, harness jack, long pull spear point, with empire style punch, barehead, gimp shield, jigged bone covers,
In other words a modern copy of my Challenge harness jack lol
With the rat tail bolster? I’m on board
Oh yeah rat tail bolster for sure
Edit: just realized, before I joined The Porch a few months ago, that first sentence in my original post would have been gibberish to me
I’m good at writing posts like that.
Has GEC ever done a Doctor's knife pattern particularly with the spatula blade?
I’m still crossing my fingers that GEC will iron out their lockbacks a little more and produce more 72 or 42 or something. Bull locks maybe?
I didn't see a voting area for more cowbell....
I'd like to see more of the models they have made previously in quantities...09, 25 singles, 38 farmers jack, 45 roughneck- whaler, 55 wharnie, 72 wharnies, and 78 singles (Keep them coming!).
Really, I'd like to make more than 2 choices. More patterns, more availability, and more releases in 440c (or cpm154, or D2, etc)
I'd just mike a few in 440c, I dont even need super steels. But I've used customs in cpm154, and productions in D2 etc).
First and foremost, though, is maintain QC/fit and finish, and keep the company profitable so it does not go under......
Do you hear me GEC? ???? STAY ALIVE AND YOUR CUSTOMERS WILL FIND YOU" (in my best Last of the Mohicans dramatic voice)..
What you are doing now, is supplying this generation, and then next generation with quality heirloom knives that will be passed on!!!!
So even if nothing changes, GEC's quality is still getting it done!!
Single blade sowbelly about 3.75" in every cover they can.
Have a 42, really like it.
Looking for a 72.
Also have an 83. Their lockbacks are great.
That's because we're discussing GECs not SAKs.