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Great Eastern Cutlery hosted by Ken Mundhenk

Collectors of Great Eastern, Northfield and Tidioute Knives

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2020 GEC#35 BEER & SAUSAGE KNIFE

Started by Kenneth W. Hill. Last reply by Andy King Apr 6. 31 Replies

What is your favorite Great Eastern knife and why?

Started by Ken Mundhenk. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Jan 1. 39 Replies

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Started by Rick Bradley. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Dec 24, 2020. 7 Replies

2020 GEC KNIVES IN PRODUCTION OR JUST RELEASED

Started by Kenneth W. Hill. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Dec 23, 2020. 105 Replies

What will be your next knife? Production schedule

Started by Jan Carter. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Dec 23, 2020. 35 Replies

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In Memoriam
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 14, 2020 at 12:15


In Memoriam
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 12, 2020 at 16:23

Comment by Billy Oneale on February 12, 2020 at 8:19

Love the look of that snakewood


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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 11, 2020 at 14:51

I love my Snakewood #62, that just came in.  Congress style knives are not the best folders for one arm me.  My Boker Congress knives love to bite my four fingers and thumb.  I did buy the #62 blue camel and the #62 desert ironwood also.  I canceled my other #62 pre-orders.  The #23 Jumbo Trappers will be my favorite GEC knives.  I am really counting on those.  I have the two Club knives on pre-order (paid) !  Frank's will have a SFO #23 knife with the old man shield.  Mike Latham talked about the club knives were being produced in two blades and the other #23s will be single blade liner-lock knives.  One blade , Two blades , slip-joint , lock-back , liner-lock , automatic(doubt) , or bull-lock , I am down for #23s.  I hear the old ones are nail breaking gator snappers.   I can use my feet and a CASE XX blade pick to open those.  In the last year , Bill Howard has been making big knives that open a little easier.  I am down with a lighter pull.  I will buy them regardless and be thankful. 

Comment by Fred Kemp on February 11, 2020 at 12:48

Now DLT Trading is out of the #62 snakewood and blue camel bone. They still have the desert ironwood and the maroon micarta. As of 23:45 CST, 2/11/2020.


In Memoriam
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 10, 2020 at 23:05

All four DLT Trading SFO #62 Easy Pocket Congress are still available !  Desert Ironwood , maroon micarta , snakewood , and blue camel bone with maple leaf shield !

Comment by Fred Kemp on February 6, 2020 at 13:43

Kenneth, I'm kind of partial to the snake wood handles, so if I spring for another #62, that will be it for me. Great idea on the heavy lube.


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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 6, 2020 at 8:36

Yes sir , that is a wonderful knife.  Do you plan to buy any other #62 on this run? I have a banana #62 and the two carver #62 pre-order coming up on this #62 run. I am keeping my eye out for the DLT SFO #62s coming up.  DLT has some "HEAVY" lube that I will add to my purchase.   Better than paying shipping. 

Comment by Fred Kemp on February 6, 2020 at 8:02

If anyone is interested, DLT Trading has some #62 Easy Pocket Congress knives with maroon linen micarta handles. When I get mine I'll put up a pic.


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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 2, 2020 at 19:37

 
 
 

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