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Kifer Cutlery SFO

Northfield Single Blade 78 American Jack – 782117 – Kifer Cutlery Shield, Tortoise Shell Acrylic Handles, 3” Polished 1095 Carbon Steel Spear Blade, individually numbered to 1 to 100, Nickel Silver Bolsters, Brass Liners, 3 ¾ OAL Closed.

Made in America!

Here are the rules!  Post here..tell me what your favorite GEC is...post a pic if you have one!

Winner will be drawn from all entrants

Contest begins NOW!!  Ends on Saturday Feb 17 at midnight eastern.  That way we can announce on Sun and mail on Mon!

Thank you Gary Kifer of Kifer Cutlery Classic for donating this knife for the first contest in 2018

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J.J., we like the same girl!

J.J. Smith III said:

Posting only for fun...

This is by far my favorite Great Eastern.

Here is one of favorites. I actually carried this as a user.

This would be my favorite that I own. I know the handle material is Pumkin Swirl Acrylic. My daughter picked this knife out for my son's first knife when we stopped down for knife days a couple years ago. She was 3 at the time and he wasent quite one yet. She picked this one because it reminded her of his birthday which is on Halloween. 

That is a nice one J.J.

J.J. Smith III said:

Posting only for fun...

This is by far my favorite Great Eastern.

Just amazing John! ! !

John Thornburg said:

My favorite is the #48

Max that buffalo is just shweet buddy!
 
Billy Oneale said:

Part of the toenail collector group?

Max McGruder said:

A lot of fine looking knives, mine is a Buffalo Horn, solid black with no white inclusions  Northfield UN-X-LD Limited run with a cloud shieldI just love the smooth black Buffalo Horn against the nickle silver bolsters and that large blade just ready to take on whatever comes its way.

My favorite GEC (pattern) is the 38 .... any of the 38 variants.  However, am definitely in love with any 38 with a beaver shield! That said, the beaver shield 38 special is my absolute favorite.

The 56 mustard is my favorite new gec thanks, Steve Patterson 

what a great givaway ,please put my name in the draw,my new favorite is the 56 mustard jig bone,thanks to every one that made this pssible,.

                             steve patterson

Dennis I wish I had know, I had a full beaver tail collection and sold it last year!

Dennis Hibar said:

My favorite GEC (pattern) is the 38 .... any of the 38 variants.  However, am definitely in love with any 38 with a beaver shield! That said, the beaver shield 38 special is my absolute favorite.

I have owned a few; beautifully made knives.  This was a nice one I owned for a bit.  Can you guess the model?  Would love to try another from this company.  Do I have a favorite?  Well, stag is always a nice start....!

I don't mean to be controversial, but I'm not sure I can convey this without the controversy.  Simply stated, & I know there will be many who disagree with me here:  I like squirrels.  I think they're awesome.  They're cute, they're cunning, they're mischievous (to the point of being annoying, I know), and they're so incredibly determined.  And they're everywhere, including in my urban yard, so I can always be reminded of some of the best wildlife we have in this area.  And they helped me through a particularly dark time in my life that occurred not too long ago (but I won't get into that here).  So there, I said it, I like squirrels.  Flame me if you must.

It was during another difficult time, one of many with a specific boss (if I'd only known then how bad it would become, but that's another story I won't get into here).  I decided to just indulge myself in a new knife.  I was fixated on single-blade lock-back hunters at the time (more like Queen's Mountain Man than Buck's 110).  I'd learned of GEC's Missouri Trader (#42), so I thought maybe it would be worth seeking one out with green Micarta, I really wanted a folder with green Micarta at the time, seemed like a perfect combination if I could find it.

But I thought I'd put these eBay searches on the back-burner & instead look for a knife with a squirrel (or even acorn) theme first.  Things were getting frustrating at work & parenting was a bit rough at the time, & we were experiencing a heavy rain, one that might have been easier to appreciate if the sun hadn't already set.  I just wanted a knife with a squirrel on it that I could carry in my pocket while at work or out with the family, something to remind me of these awesome little rodents even when I couldn't see any.  Scrolling through the search results, I saw this -- so of course I bought it, it was simply too serendipitous to pass up, as if the universe was letting me know it was there for me...

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