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Don't worry, with all the fork and combs languishing on the shelves you should have no problem picking one up, oh wait, what?:rolleyes:
I believe it would be Randy Bell, with Bill having final say.
I mean it is a spey blade right?
Sounds like 71 years of hard work to me. Enjoy them. You've earned it.
Ken, in my mind we are sitting on the "porch" and you run up and say all of this to us without taking a breath.:D:p
Ohio Valley Cutlery
don't know which thread to post this in so.
Very pleased, everything is spot on. I would give the pull a 5-6 with good action which will definitely improve after a good bath there...
If all you had were these two, I think you would be fairly well set.
Here is the MG (right) vs a Churchill (left). From our FB group. Not my pic.
I've said this elsewhere but I repeat it here.
Maher and Grosh drops are measured in dog time, to sell out in less than 24 hours is like 1 minute...
Believe it or not, I think you have a better shot at getting a comb on it than a lambsfoot. :D:D:D:D:rolleyes:
My first GEC is a 78 in Cocobolo. It was very dark when I got it so I never worried about it getting darker. Now I like the fact it looks many...
Yes, my guess is two different snake knives. There has been 2 snakes in both the hints and they were very sure to tell use that it was a Massauga...
I have no idea what Bill Howard is going to do. My guess is Mustang, 47 vipers, then the rattler knife.
No man, you go right ahead.
Seems like a weird place to plant your flag but go ahead.
Yes, especially when you are really excited about a new knife.
LOL, are you kidding? We all can't agree on anything. Certainly not this.