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Great Eastern Cutlery hosted by Ken Mundhenk

Collectors of Great Eastern, Northfield and Tidioute Knives

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What will be your next knife? Production schedule

Started by Jan Carter. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill yesterday. 15 Replies

2020 GEC KNIVES IN PRODUCTION OR JUST RELEASED

Started by Kenneth W. Hill. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill on Monday. 51 Replies

2020 GEC#35 BEER & SAUSAGE KNIFE

Started by Kenneth W. Hill. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Sep 23. 17 Replies

SO WHO WANTS TO HAVE SOME FUN WITH THE BEAVER???

Started by Jan Carter. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Jul 11. 24 Replies

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Comment by Clint Thompson 11 hours ago

Beautiful looking knives. When do you think they will do another Cotton King type knife. I have one now but I need one for my Uncle Mike. He raises cotton in Kansas. Around 300 acres this year.

Comment by Kenneth W. Hill 14 hours ago

Hey Ralph Nelson , Friend you scored a 10 ! I only spotted one that I liked better. It looked like someone ripped a small patch a dark skin off of it.  These #23 knives are amazing.   I pre-paid for the liner-lock natural bone.  I am waiting on the Redtail jigged #23LL and both will be shipped out together.  Both Northfield GEC#23/23LL knives will be released and shipped out after the yearly shut-down.   The bovine cattle bone is here.   The best GEC knives have not been made yet.  2021 will be even better.

Comment by Richard Schuchman 15 hours ago
Ok, I'll try not to watch anything that'll make me jumpy while working the blade! If I lose a finger, I'm mailing to you!
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill 15 hours ago

     Hey Richard ---   www.schleyscustomknives@gmail.com   This guy supports iKC , check him out first . after you work the blade .

Comment by Kenneth W. Hill 15 hours ago

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.  

Comment by Ralph Nelson 15 hours ago

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. 

Comment by Richard Schuchman 17 hours ago
Does your friend work on other people's knives, too? I have the 23LL beavertail and it's a nail breaker. I bought a pouch, which I like, but its cumbersome for edc.
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill yesterday

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. 

Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on Sunday

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 !

Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on September 23, 2020 at 20:01

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

 
 
 

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