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Show me your GEC's!

I thought it would be nice to see everyone's GEC's

Started by John Thornburg

106 Jun 1
Reply by John Thornburg


GEC #48 "Weasel" Pattern

I searched and couldn't find a Discussion thread for these, so here it is.  I'm a huge fan of the #48 pattern in Case....which is the sliml…

Started by Andy Larrison

17 Feb 9
Reply by John Thornburg

Washington Jack

Can anyone tell me an average price that a ebony wood 77Washington Jack should go far on the secondary market.

Started by Mackenzie

5 Jan 9
Reply by John Thornburg

Does anyone collect by shields?

Many years ago as the Case Classics were just coming out, Donnie and I chased shields in our chosen patterns.  In swing guards I think we e…

Started by Jan Carter

11 Dec 21, 2017
Reply by John Thornburg

What GEC is your current carry?

#33 Conductor Whittler today. What's yours? Have a great week!

Started by Tim

43 Nov 15, 2017
Reply by steven patterson

Great Eastern Facebook Page

On July 29th, I started a Facebook page devoted solely to Great Eastern knives, including those made by GEC for Northwoods, Cripple Creek,…

Started by Jim Ochwat

1 Apr 18, 2017
Reply by Doug Webber

Old and abused!!!

Check out this beautiful piece of work lol!! I am wondering if any guys or girls here have any suggestions on possible restoring this thing…

Started by Mackenzie

13 Mar 18, 2017
Reply by Andy Jordan

Any 77 Barlow's for sale

Hi! I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place to ask this, but does anyone have a 77 Barlow, Washington Jack, or Yankee Jack they would…

Started by Mackenzie

1 Mar 17, 2017
Reply by Jan Carter

What is your favorite Great Eastern knife and why?

This is a hard one for me. Since I'm a toenail collector I REALLY like the toenails they are fantastic. I carry a stag 73 pattern single bl…

Started by Ken Mundhenk

36 Dec 27, 2016
Reply by Tim

Wormy Chestnut.

My Grandfather was a man of.... many skills.... kinda.  He wasn't the type to have a solid 9 to 5, he had a few steady jobs throughout his…

Started by johnny twoshoes

6 Dec 2, 2016
Reply by Tim


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