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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by wickettedge, Feb 5, 2021.
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I kinda like the etch, but as mentioned above it will go away over time as a patina shows up.
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Got it. That made me laugh. I’m indifferent as it will fade with use, but I understand your sentiments.
Did anyone try to get the green jigged bone UJ from a supplier last night via lottery? I sis and have yet been notified. Just want to find out if anyone scored and was invoiced.
Yep, I was invoiced last night... I know the feeling - in past lotteries I kept checking my email periodically wondering/hoping - I got lucky this go around.
That guy on the blade looks too strong to be Flitzed off.
I was initially out on these, but that green bone grew one me, I guess LOL
So, I gotta a jigged bone incoming....
I had a chance to grab one (in green bone) so I did. What's life without whimsy?
I just really wanted to check it out and if I don't like it, I'll pass it on. Maybe I can trade it for a Beer & Sausage. I'm more likely to use the fork thingy than the comb.
Which covers on your B&S? Jigged bone?
Excellent! I knew you'd want one.
That green jigged bone definitely the redeeming quality to this knife. Makes the knife worth it to own regardless of the hipster guy and comb.
I had a Micarta B&S, but traded it for a Micarta Urban Jack.
On the B&S, the blade pulled better than the comb.
But on the UJ, the comb pulls better than the blade.
Swing and a miss for me on the "pickle comb", but my green micarta UJ is an excellent knife, I know you'll love yours!
Congrats on your score! Please post some pics when you can.
The green jig bone is really one of GEC’s best colors!
I've moved 9 posts offline that reference dealers who are not BF dealer members. No more please, or the whole thread disappears.
Discuss the knives not the purchasing details.
I’m glad to see so many here were able to get one of these. I’m looking forward to seeing more pictures.
Scored one in Green Jigged Bone.