"Hey Everybody , I truly believe there will be a GEC#74 Saddle Trapper 200 pieces per choice run is next. (unconfirmed) "Things to Ponder??" CLUE : a horse with a saddle and two snakes --- That clue aint a #74 Mustang , it has #74…"
"Hey Ralph , These GEC#74 knives are going to be the hardest to find. 200 pieces of each choice. You are really late for reserves ! Never give up fighting for your dream knife. Go to Every GEC dealer web-sight. Register…"
"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. …"
"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…"
"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…"
"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…"
"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 …"
Thank you Ken, I was given a Great Eastern a couple of years ago for Christmas and at that point was not familiar with the brand. The one I got was a Farm & Field tool and what it lacked in looks it more than made up for in quality. I use it weekly if not daily for various tasks around my shop, primarily for cutting open FedEx boxes and the like. Then last year the same person got me a Blade Forums #35 "Double End Harness Jack" Limited Production model. I must say it's a stunner in burnt orange worm groove bone. I will admit I tend to look at this one more than I use it. Prior to getting these, my favorite all-time carry knife was (and still is) my WW2 Camillus Navy knife, one that was a rusted-up, broken-tipped basket case when I got it. After welding a new tip on it, refinishing the pitted and rusted blade, and oiling it up good, it makes a fine 75-year old daily carry knife. I was telling somebody else on your page that I ate a thick steak with it just yesterday. While my favorite knife is the old Camillus (for the same reason you love that one-eyed dog you throw in the truck and take home and feed), the Great Eastern line is my favorite line overall..