- Apr 7, 2016
A Magnacut CPK neck knife would be sweet!I've got more neck knives than I can remember. I started several makers down that road over the years, including Murray Carter, 15 years ago or more.
I've had a few from Fred Perrin for 20+ years and several others dating back to the early to mid 90's.
The one I seem to carry the most these days is this one that Darrel Ralph surprised me with one day in S90V:
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How do you like the grip Raimund put on that one, Bob? He just recently listed one with the same treatment and I was eying it hard, just didn’t know if I’d like that shape.
While I still think this is an endeavor better left to someone else, for a multitude of reasons, lets take the idea for a stroll. One major problem I see for you, Nathan, is the price point. In my limited experience with the forum knife, I think it is generally the expectation that it will be $100 or preferably less. the 2020 knife was a little more than that if I recall. and I think it was a problem for some. This year's GEC was $100. Second, would be the numbers, and this will work in conjunction with the first problem in a minute. This year there were supposedly 500 knives made and it apparently wasn't anywhere near enough. I think several hundred of the Vipers were sold the year before, so, it would be a fairly sizable run I would imagine.I've made traditional knives before. Some people would consider that Kephart "traditional"