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Handiest one of my small bunch.
The longer I have it, the more I like it.
The only problem is with Lauren pockets I ever had was when I used to carry knives with Clips. I started taking off the clips. Then I sold all...
I want a square and flush spring to tang join. No gaps, no dips.
Beginning to show signs of work.
I am enjoying this knife immensely. One of GEC’s best. I have an ivory and a maroon micarta (best of...
Also surmise that as soon as a Grail is found and purchased a new one immediately takes its place and the hunt goes ever on and on.
Great Eastern Cutlery makes the highest quality production traditional slip joint knives. The multi-bladed versions of them I buy seldom cost over...
“Grail”, definition 2: something earnestly pursued.
Once one finds it, can it still be a grail.
The Bob Lum slip joint I would most like to...
Grail is the search for, not the finding of. Once found the mystery and allure fades. Mine is, and likely ever will be a small, bone covered Bob...
@Elgatodeacero yes I did. I have three 62s, jigged bone, “ivory” and maroon linen micarta. Beautiful knives all. I sold a natural canvas 86...
Two new ones. The 62 DLT SFO maroon micarta and the beautiful 86 tortoise shell:
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Well, the Easy Pocket Congress has to be my all-time Great Eastern Cutlery favorite. I absolutely love Wharncliffe blades and the pen blade is...
Another Civil War student I see.
My old Buck 112 has black micarta. Still looks fine after decades of use on the farm and a road trip to Alaska. Now I have learned to appreciate...
The first one is getting the most use. [ATTACH]
I am not a fan of stag covers. Just aren’t my thing but I admit that the stag 62s I have seen here are outstanding. I have the jigged bone, ivory...
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Maroon, definitely. Smooth, classy and almost black. [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
The entire “collection” with a TWSBI Eco fountain pen for scale. [ATTACH]
GEC #29 Grits, Molasses & Butter, #92 Eureka Jack OD canvas micarta.