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If there were just 1 "Grail Knife" that you could get for Christmas this year (price is no object), what would it be?


For me it would be the 1999 Bose collaboration Case Slimline Trapper with Wharncliffe secondary.


Now your turn....Who knows, Santa may be making a list and checking it twice...

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Well now, let's see if jolly Ol' St. Nick is paying attention...
I've been yearning for something like the Great Eastern Barlow Wharncliffe Jack, only with the pin blade beeing on the front.

Tall order big guy.

I have to say I have watched and waited for a year of Saturdays, just to see the works of a maker I did not know about. So my grail for my next knife is an Alan Davis.  If you have not seen the brilliant works check them out here Custom Knives by Alan Davis

Hey a girl can dream can't she?

If nothing is impossible for Ol' Saint Nick then probably a GEC #14 TC 2-blade in Copperhead.Favorite color by GEC too.

It was impossible for me. I was not lightning fast when those came out. Then again, I'm not lightning fast getting out of bed any more either :-)

I would have to say the Tony Bose/Case Collaboration Abalone Cotton Sampler!


LOL, I would have to get stuck by lightning to be lightning fast
Tim said:

If nothing is impossible for Ol' Saint Nick then probably a GEC #14 TC 2-blade in Copperhead.Favorite color by GEC too.

It was impossible for me. I was not lightning fast when those came out. Then again, I'm not lightning fast getting out of bed any more either :-)

Busse CGFBM, only about 1500$ but a guy can dream :D

Andy, posts like these are just plain fun -- got me thinking...

My current grail knife really is the Fox Anunnaki-  there's something about the absurdity of the concept, the fun of the name, & santoku-shaped blade that make it an underdog that I can really believe in (& that I just like).  Kind of ridiculous I haven't picked it up, it's easy to find it for under $200 -- not that I'm drowning in cash, but still, we are talking grail knife...

Anyway, I also noticed I'm having problems with the "price is no object" aspect of this, since price is always a factor when I consider actually acquiring a knife, especially since I don't believe I'll believe winning the lottery any time soon.  (I can hear Yoda now, saying, "And that is why you fail.")

But hey, maybe you're right, Andy.  Maybe there really is a Santa Claus...  :)

I have a lot of grail knives but the one I put on my wishlist this year is a damascus Kershaw Skyline.  They make a lot of Skylines butt they don't always make them with damascus.  Pretty!

Unfortunately, price is always an object. :-(  Though at times my line in the steel gets faint. LOL!

Santa Clause (aka Noel) came up with four Case Cheetahs I've been wanting.  Sooo...........Merry Christmas to me. :-)

Craig, he's quite the elf indeed. Which brings me to another one (Noel has). A mother of pearl 2 blade slimline!



Craig Henry said:

Unfortunately, price is always an object. :-(  Though at times my line in the steel gets faint. LOL!

Santa Clause (aka Noel) came up with four Case Cheetahs I've been wanting.  Sooo...........Merry Christmas to me. :-)

Awesome to see Y'all joining in on the "wish" list. Sounds like Santas forge will be working overtime to meet these special requests!

Grail knives!  Oh my.  Now I am going to be dreaming of knives and all the possibilities ALL NIGHT LONG!!!  However, for me, one name comes to mind.  Johnny Stout.  Thank goodness I can continue to dream!   

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