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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Today with a classic from Victorinox!!!
Thanks Jack. The seller made a bold statement when I purchased it saying, "The GEC 73 is considered by many to be the perfect pocket knife, including me". I asked him why he felt that way and he gave quite a list of reasons. After owning it for just a short time I had to agree with him and have ever since.
Geez - that I even know this
The 73 is probably my favorite two blade knife. The single blade version is great but my only user 73 is a two blade trapper.
Thanks very much for the explanation Â One of the occasions when a joint venture turns out brilliantly, particularly admire the bolster. The whole knife is THE best thing I've seen on these pages for a very long time. There's astounding competition too but that knife, just dwarfs others
All the very best, Will
Thanks Jack, much appreciated!
Now that I know this, it will be easier to keep Marilyn McCoo and her Fifth Dimension distinct from Kenny Rogers and his First Edition. I was wondering as I was typing, why the Fifth Edition.
73 gets my vote as #1.
Don't have one but they sure look nice.
A Western for wednesday and a 1967 Wenger soldier which is my BY SAK.
I was not kidding in that Ruby was the first thing that slithered up out of the deep recesses of my selective memory.
Still love that stag handled beast, by the way!
All Wooden Wednesday and at beer o’clock.
I finally bit the bullet on an alox cadet.
It will always be second to my recruit and I don't find it to be more knife for the money, but I definitely like it.
It's a great overall package.
And the nail cleaning tip is easily converted into a very capable driver for small Phillips screws.
Erickson Antique Ivory Micarta Swayback for hump day.
What’s the story on that little fixed blade? I think I need one of those.
Haven’t toted this one in a while.