Is your EDC a GEC?

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Tsar Bomba » Sun May 28, 2017 12:50 pm

Ivoryman wrote:That is some good looking two tone bone Bomba.
Much appreciated, I-Man. ::tu:: I think GEC has found yet another lifelong fan of their oily creek bone. Yesterday was the first time I hadn't carried the knife since I got it. ::paranoid::
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by J1890 » Sun May 28, 2017 5:25 pm

Ivoryman wrote:
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Ivoryman wrote:Orange Tidioute 73
Iman, that orange is sweet. Yet another from a great collection.

After a long week at work, I'm going a little bananas ::sotb:: I think I'll shop for a new knife ::hmm::
I'm going to tote these three. I'll probably be leaning to one side as I walk.
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Thanks bud, great looking one on the left, what is that a Yankee Jack 77? Love the curve of the spine on that spear. Great color on all those, but the lefty is my kind of style.
That is some good looking two tone bone Bomba.
Yup, 77. I was lucky enough to get one and it is used often. I have to say that it is one of my favorites.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by WelderBob » Mon Jul 17, 2017 5:53 pm

This is the 72 Frontier bone I posted 3 months ago, its been used on jobsites, in the kitchen and on the river.
Not much etch left, but that's fine with me, it is broken in..... :)

The second knife is a 73 Cocobolo that's going to work soon..... ::nod::

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Tsar Bomba » Sun Jul 30, 2017 10:10 pm

The Big Jack's showing a little patina these days. I think I might carry it all week, it's such a useful knife in the LFP.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by DM11 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 4:28 am

Tony, that's a great looking knife!
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by DM11 » Mon Sep 18, 2017 12:00 am

This Calf Roper gets carried alot.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Railsplitter » Mon Sep 18, 2017 12:21 am

Gotta love those Calf Ropers. Good looking knife!

This GEC made Northwoods Little Bay has occupied my watch pocket since I got it 2 weeks ago.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Ivoryman » Mon Sep 18, 2017 3:36 am

Beauty Railsplitter, glad to hear you like it. I nabbed a Goldenrod 25 Barlow Spear blade and never regretted it for a second. Sweeeeeeeeeet knives.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Railsplitter » Mon Sep 18, 2017 10:59 am

Ivoryman wrote:Beauty Railsplitter, glad to hear you like it. I nabbed a Goldenrod 25 Barlow Spear blade and never regretted it for a second. Sweeeeeeeeeet knives.
Thanks Ivoryman. They certainly are a hard pattern not to like. My very first GEC was a 25 Easy Open with a Sheepsfoot blade that I bought in 2009. Several have come and gone from my collection for various reasons but I have never grown tired of the pattern.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Ivoryman » Mon Sep 18, 2017 2:55 pm

Good to hear, that 25 sheep foot EZ open is about my favorite in the pattern, let me know if you ever want to part with it, I'll take it. :mrgreen:
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Railsplitter » Mon Sep 18, 2017 3:17 pm

Ivoryman wrote:Good to hear, that 25 sheep foot EZ open is about my favorite in the pattern, let me know if you ever want to part with it, I'll take it. :mrgreen:
As luck would have it, the only Sheepsfoot EO that I still have is one just like yours. :D If I remember correctly, I gave away that 2009 in a contest that I hosted on this forum several years ago. My username was Sablemaster back then but I had it changed a couple years ago.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Ivoryman » Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:34 am

Hope you like it as much as I like mine, great little carry. Love it. And here's another I got recently that is really making me like it more. 74 Mustang. I dyed the bone from an orange sort of look to this brownish. Love the bones and the blade. Decent shield too.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by WelderBob » Tue Sep 19, 2017 5:53 pm

Very nice Ivoryman.. ::tu::..I like the color and jigging, shield is pretty cool. I believe I'd have to carry that one... ::nod::
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Ivoryman » Wed Sep 20, 2017 12:27 am

Thank you Bob, turned out pretty decent IMHO.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Post by Ivoryman » Mon May 14, 2018 3:53 am

85 Bullet End, smooth ivory bone
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