I understand your view and your experience. But please think of other guys who buy knives from him that aren’t as experienced and maybe some who he doesn’t “remember” he made a mistake in the listing. Btw I’ve sold on eBay for years and you can adjust a description at any time- especially if it’s buy it now since no bidding. For example, when I discovered Northwoods last year I bought an esky Zulu and was told it was in great condition, only carried a few times. When I sold it later on the new buyer told me it was sharpened and that there was a profile change in the blade... all of this because a seller was dishonest and I did not know any better. The last thing we need are for people to turn around and sell his used-new knives here as new and people get upset that they are not. Edit: “He dishonestly reused some pictures and an item description? That hardly qualifies as extremely dishonest in any book.” He is also doing this on a large scale. I don’t believe he is a knife guy just trying things out and supporting a habit as he claims. Check the exchange and see all the knives he scoops up in one day and then you see them all listed the next week. It’s a business to him. I get what you said if it was a casual buyer/trader, a mistake in a listing happens. But that he is not.