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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 ended up with one of every shield offered.  We came close to completion with several other patterns before we stopped collecting soley Case knives (ironically for GEC brands)

GEC has fascinated me from the beginning with their use of unique shields.

So, does anyone else do this?  Care to share a few unique ones?

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Nice selection there!  As soon as things settle down a little here I will search iKC for pics of mine.  LOL, that is easier than going through the safe



Jan Carter said:

Nice selection there!  As soon as things settle down a little here I will search iKC for pics of mine.  LOL, that is easier than going through the safe

edc's for Dec

This one shows the yellow rose shield

45

and of course a personal favorite GEC shield

ikc-2012-less 10

Thank you John...this inspired me again.  2018 iKC knife needs our own shield!

John, 

I picked the last one but the club has helped with all the others.  We never agree but it gives me a great idea of what to look for.  We have had

Toenail

#72

Gepetto

2 different barlows

Mountain Man

Trapper

3 blade Colonel Coon

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