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Hey Richard --- email@example.com This guy supports iKC , check him out first . after you work the blade .
Richard Schuchman , try this first. Take some gun patches and clean off all that buffing compound in the track , oil and repeat ! Take an old t-shirt and wrap it around the blade. Work that joint back and forth a thousand times while watching TV. It is a little more difficult with a liner lock. I do it with one left hand and the knife tween my thighs. Work that knife , rock that blade back and forth. There is a guy that does knife repairs and custom work on iKC . I don't want to break any iKC rules.
Looks like he did a great job Ken. I love both the blades but that Spey by its self looks awesome. I've always liked the spey too. Reminds me of the Case Classic Jumbo Trappers. Thanks for sharing. Here's a pic of my 23 in a Autumn setting.
I sent these two knives to a friend in CA for repair and customizing. The 2016ish Queen Mountain Man Lock-back jammed the first time I opened it. My friend fixed it and it opens so much more smoothly now. I had the main skinner blade removed on this 2020 Northfield #23 Antique Autumn Natural jigged bone Pioneer Trapper knife. I love the phat spey blade on this knife. I use the spey as the main blade on all of my GEC#23 Pioneer Trapper knives. The pull on the single blade Northfield custom is now a 5-6 pull. The nail nick is on the right side of the blade , so this is the perfect EDC knife for one arm left hand me.
I ate wild pig pork chops and The best sausage sold at the Piggy Wiggly last night. I have always eaten my food too fast all my life. I used my GEC#35 B&S ebony-wood knife and I slowly enjoyed my food. I have two GEC#35 B&S Autumn leaf jigged knives coming in the mail. My neighbor freaked out over my knife. I told him if both knives look the same , I will give him one. The dark one look more like burnt sierra jigged , I seen some with one white edges and some have really bright colors. I was drunk , first time in six months. I hope they both come in different. I have the best neighbors. Baw-ha ! Ha ! Ha ! Ha ! Ha !
GEC has plenty of Bovine Cattle Bone ,now. All the GEC#23 & #23LL parts have been made. Two blade #23 Trapper Northfields are being assembled right now. The bone is being processed and applies to the frames. The #23LL single blade trappers are next. Antique Autumn Natural bones and Redtail jigged bone with bullets shield ! The #74 Mustang run with four choices will be short with 200 pieces each. A GEC#19 Little Rattler 2.81" closed run with six choices (400 each NOT CONFIRMED) yet
love that bar knife ! thanks Ken
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