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Comment by Derek Wells on October 30, 2015 at 2:08

Turn Your Radio On..............
Got It!!! I have been after one of these for over a year. The search & chase are good fun but the real enjoyment comes from finally having that elusive piece in your hand.
Where I grew up in rural New Zealand we didn’t get TV coverage until I was about to leave high school, so Radio was well entrenched from an early age as my go-to entertainment from listening to The Lone Ranger, Hopalong Cassidy ... Early Elvis & Beatles plus many others on a scratchy old AM Radio.
Scroll ahead a couple of years and I scored what was my dream job as an announcer/disc jockey at 4LM Mount Isa in Australia and I spent the next 30 years in broadcasting – mostly Radio here in Aussie. 
So you can see when I discovered Charlie Campagna’s Northfield SFO Radio Jack … I just had to have one. Plus coincidently, my Dad was ‘John’ but was always called “Jack”.

Then disappointment after disappointment…. on the odd occasion one came up for sale in the US it was “will ship to the USA only” (Why you folks think it is too hard to post outside the US I have no idea???)

Then I finally tracked one down, and yes the Guy was happy to post to Australia.
Did I pay 'overs' for it.... yep  .... do I care .... Nope!

Comment by Jan Carter on September 8, 2015 at 20:07

OH!  Thats the little lockback!  I bet it is sweet!

Comment by Don "Grump01" Hunter on September 8, 2015 at 20:01

Received a Tidioute #83 Purple Sage Jigged Bone Satin Drop Point (Triple P) today.  Couldn't be more pleased with a knife.

Comment by Jan Carter on August 8, 2015 at 16:41

Graeme and Jeff,

My suggestion?  Contact Charlie, he is a member here http://iknifecollector.com/profile/CharlesCampagna  

Comment by jeff on August 8, 2015 at 4:32

me too Graeme ! I want one too,and missed my normal place because of work schedule..the pre-orders didnt last  but a few hours I believe.

Comment by Graeme on August 8, 2015 at 2:36

Can't believe I missed the pre-orders for the Ancient Barlows!!  Can anyone help me get my hands on one or all three of the variants? They all look amazing!  

Comment by Don "Grump01" Hunter on July 25, 2015 at 2:48

Jan Carter

To answer your earlier question on the Beer Scouts, the chestnut will be edc and the Sunbrite for special days.  I don't really go for "safe queens", but can't carry all, but I at least handle and enjoy all.  If they just stay in a safe out of sight they aren't enjoyable.

Comment by Jan Carter on July 24, 2015 at 20:06

Comment by Jan Carter on July 17, 2015 at 12:29







Sambar Stag


Tickets are $1.00 each


Minimum of 10 tickets if using a credit card

To purchase tickets contact Chris in Sales:

814-827-3411 or email: sales@greateasterncutlery.net


Comment by Jan Carter on July 13, 2015 at 15:42

Greg at TSA Knives has announced this

Just got a shipment of the GEC Beer Scout Glasses and came up with a fund raiser idea for the Wounded Warrior Project.  It’s been a while since I did anything through the storefront and gave everyone a chance to help out, so here’s your chance.  Ya can’t lose!!!

Beer Scout Glasses ~ WWP Fund RaiserBeer Scout Glasses ~ WWP Fund Raiser

GEC says these glasses should retail for $7.25 each.  Well, while my supply lasts, for a grand total of $15 (including shipping), you can buy a pair of the Beer Scout Glassesand…….

$10 of that $15 will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project!!!

Now consider the glasses alone should sell for at least $14.50.  AND, the shipping cost is roughly $6-$8.  The way I figure it, you just got a value worth over $20 for just $15,  AND….you just made a $10 contribution to the Wounded Warrior Project in the process!!!

Just so there’s no misunderstanding, GEC did NOT donate these glasses for this fund raiser.  I’ve only got a couple dozen of the glasses so it’s first come, first served.  Really sorry, but I can’t ship these overseas due to the shipping cost and risk of breakage.


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