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flynbulldog wrote:I'm a newby so please excuse my ignorance. I've been looking at some pics of a couple a good looking tuna Valley knives but the last post here was over a year ago and Courtney Daniels hasn't posted since 2012.
Are there any fish left in Tuna Valley? Whats happening? Do they still exist, are they making knives? and if so how has the quality been lately? I know there were a few complaints about QC a few years ago.
Thanks for bringing me up to speed
Rookie wrote:I know what you mean. I have heard a few stories of people not being happy with their Tuna for as much as they paid, and returning it to the dealer for another one. However, out of the 20+ I own, I'm happy with every one of them.
I love that railsplitter, they are a really cool pattern. Speaking of that, there is a common flaw with every Tuna Valley railsplitter that I've held/owned. The pen blade has some side-to-side wobble. I have 3 different ones, and they all have it. I've picked up 5 or so at shows, and they all have it. How are the blades on that Queen one you have?
flynbulldog wrote:One thing I found odd is that neither of the Queen made knives has a pattern or identification stamp anywhere on the knife.
BTW do your photos have a little HDR processing going on?
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