GEC specializes in highly collectable and premium quality usable pocket knives. The company's USA manufactured knives have quickly proven to be a big hit with both collectors and users who seek quality American craftsmanship.
Back in November I was looking a nice new folder. I stumbled on AAPK and lurked a while. I learned about GEC. Thanks to you guys here is knife number 90 of my collection, a #78 jack. Arrived today. I can tell already this place is nothing but trouble for me. Help me stop.
It's a great pattern Greg, with a very nice compliment of available covers. I considered getting the stag but since I didn't have an Appaloosa bone, I opted for that. As is said, "variety is the spice of life" (just don't get caught).
Forged on the anvil of discipline. The Few. The Proud. Jerry D.
This country has become more about sub-groups than about it's unity as a nation.
"The #72 pattern has got to be pretty close to the perfect knife." --T.J. Murphy 2012
Picked up this "Hounds Tooth" a 55 pattern from 2013. This one has a pull like a 23, nail breaking little bugger. Autumn Gold bone handles, a nice slim carry knife at 3 1/2". If only it opened easier....
"To Ride, Shoot Straight, And Speak The Truth" - Jeff Cooper
You boys seem to be getting along fine & buying lots of the GEC's __________ been awhile for me ,but came up with this one in a trade** Never did care for the "rude crowd" on Blade Forums,but I do like knives __ 2016 Blade Forums #35 Harness Jack ( before & after the trade**)
I'm not young enough,____to know everything !!!!!!!!!!!!
Monk, i have the same #35 but with ebony. I think it is a truly GREAT knife: very slender, thinly ground blade is a super slicer and awl is there for when you need to poke. It saves the blade tip. Bone on yours suits knife just a much as the ebony. Excellent score ! kj