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The Whittler is a 620311. Looking for a Garnet, but heck a Ebony or Stag would honestly be great.
What handle are you looking for in that courthouse? 620211 right?
Yes this would be the same frame, different bolster and blades
All GEC has to say is "Whittler", and that gets my attention :) This pattern looks a little similar to the #62 Courthouse Whittler which I have been looking for.
The Whittler and the Speaker Jack will both be two spring knives. The Single blade Clerk will be…a single spring. The single blade Clerk will have the laser engraving as shown in the GEC mock up. Handle colors haven’t been determined yet.
I have no idea and I wont be able to make it, so it comes to you to let us know on day one Dan!! (pretty please)
Paul some great info on woods there !! Thank you
*snicker* Intercourse.... *heh, heh*
Contact info follows.
I stopped at Village Knives after visiting the Keystone Knife show in Lewisburg, Pa in Feb this year (2016).
The the show and a stop afterwards at the Pennsylvania Dutch Country which is a few hours away was a great off season inexpensive vacation. Off season hotel prices were way below what we have in New England.
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