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peanut740 wrote: I have Maher & Grosh knives made by GEC,and our last run we received 5 smooth red bone knives that we weren't expecting.
boykinlp wrote:Here is the knife with the 7 run. Peanut you are probably right, might be just as simple as they only had enough handle material (pretty cool) to make seven.
kootenay joe wrote:The #45 & #46 patterns have been selling high for the last few months or maybe longer. Some sell for over $500. But i think this is changing right now with the new GEC Whaler release. For those who want an example of this pattern the Desert Ironwood handled ones are only $135. This will take some pressure off the secondary market for this pattern.
kootenay joe wrote:I wonder if dealers will limit purchaser to one of each handle material ? If not, why not ?
Tsar Bomba wrote:It's all about the bottom line.
Tsar Bomba wrote:That sheepsfoot TC is a thing of beauty!
What are the handles made of?
I'm trying not to drool too much over the spear Beer Scout, too.
JohnR wrote:Thanks Tony, Charlie calls it Stormy Bone, 10 of them were thrown in on the last run of TC's.
The spear Beer Scouts were a Rendezvous parts knife, I heard there were 6 in white bone and 6 in jigged bone.
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