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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Camillus, Dec 12, 2018.
Hey, I’m not the only one pining for a bull lock?
The 23 bull lock was one of the first GEC that I saw and thought about buying, but alas I decided the 23 was to large and didn’t. I’m still kicking myself for that. But I picked up a 43 from the recent run and it softened the sting a little. If they made a bull lock on a smaller frame I’m sure it would be extremely popular.
I have put way too much thought into this topic...
I always say I'd like a GEC produced Mini Trapper. While that would certainly be a terrific knife, I have thought of one that would top my list of most desirable productions...
I would like to see GEC produce a #15 Boys Knife, with a single clip point and stainless blade, nail mark, round bolsters, and no half stops. That would be a dream knife for me.
no half stops is blasphemy
Tell that to my arthritic hands
I would love to see them rerun the #57 Geppetto/Wrangler Halfwhitt. I missed out on the first ones.
Those are great feeling knives and the nifebrite is cool too.
That holds the distinction of my favorite pattern. It’s not a perfect pattern, but it’s a great one.
No, it's a Reformation against entrenched dogma...
bring back the 72 lockbacks
Stainless half Grinling with that big clip and a coping blade, 7 pull weights
Full Grinling would be fine, too. But since any whittler probably needs to be in a different frame, let's make it a 68 or even one of those new big sleeveboards, or a 35. And just call it the Woodworker's Whittler.
The 29 would be good for a split back, too. How about the clip main, coping blade with small clip like they used to put on those old balloon Whittlers?
72s/73s! Some new patterns, sowbelly? Maybe?!
sowbelly and pruner
I absolutely love my 23's!! I would love to see that pattern have another go around. Also really love the standard trappers with clip and spey blades, would love to see a re-run of those.
My gosh, well said, @Augie. I think most everyone would die to get another run of Grinlings.
Yup, such as good old rogers jigging!
The thing is, GEC can do nice jigging. Why they don’t do nicer jigging all the time is something of a mystery.
I missed out on the 92 run(s) with the wharncliiffe main. I hope I get another chance. The 33 whittler would be really nice in a high grade stainless.
Mini Trapper! Mini Trapper! Mini Trapper! Mini Trapper! ....
Something for a southpaw!
There ya go...