Born Again Maher & Grosh

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I opted for just the two - 'tis all I could justify at the time. They are very fine knives. I love the jigged bone and that classic etch and though the half stops kind of surprised me (given that previous 35s did not have them), these are a big winner for GEC and M&G. Overall, they are really fantastic knives and represent that extra cut above most production level traditional slipjoints.

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I have a very modest M&G collection so it was pretty easy to gather them all in one place for a family shot.

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I just love GEC's wavy pick bone jigging. I bought the two bones. I wanted all four , but I needed to save for the GEC#74 Mustang run. I canceled my Seth Borries custom order fixed blade knife. Then my called dealer called my and said that I could only pre-order one. I was not amused ! He did allow me to pre-order two #74's me and my GEC ended up selling me all four choices. Two buyers dropped out ! I ended scoring seven #74s. The 2020 AAPK club knife stole the show. I turn down a second black plum , I did not want to be a hog.
 
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2020 GEC Production numbers Maher & Grosh #35 Indian Trapper **** 106pieces Antique Yellow wavy pick bone jigging **** 77pieces Cocobolo wood ***** 100pieces ebony wood *** 101pieces Smooth Appaloosa bone
 
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tmd_87

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My first Maher & Grosh. Walk and talk is great. Snappier then my stag Northfield, just a tad snappier on the sheepsfoot than my Tidoute version. I really like the covers as well. Not a lot of coloring, it's almost like smooth white bone.
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