Be a lamb, dear...

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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby kootenay joe » Sat Jun 22, 2019 12:13 am

I do not recognize the name of the store with lambfoot. Do some people join AAPK just to sell knives here ?
Is this seller supplied directly from GEC ? or is he buying from authorized dealers ?
His price of $199 is not that much over the $145 GEC just sold out at. And this AAPK seller is now also sold out.
Does GEC tell dealers how much they can charge ?
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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby Sharpnshinyknives » Sat Jun 22, 2019 1:07 am

kootenay joe wrote:I do not recognize the name of the store with lambfoot. Do some people join AAPK just to sell knives here ?
Is this seller supplied directly from GEC ? or is he buying from authorized dealers ?
His price of $199 is not that much over the $145 GEC just sold out at. And this AAPK seller is now also sold out.
Does GEC tell dealers how much they can charge ?
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I can’t speak for him. I bought one of those that he had. In his email it sounded like he bought them just the way we could have, if we were fast enough. So he is not a dealer and therefore can charge whatever he likes. Dealers are stuck only charging what they agreed to charge, you can lose your dealer agreement doing otherwise. Not sure he charged enough, I bet these will be on EBay for 250 to 300. That’s what I would try them at.
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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby JohnR » Mon Jun 24, 2019 5:20 pm

Received mine today, really well done unique knives, can't remember ever seeing a lambfoot from an American knife company.
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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby kootenay joe » Tue Jun 25, 2019 11:25 am

Those look Great ! The jigged bone is a real Standout !
Charlie has an excellent sense of design. His knives are always the best of a GEC pattern.
Anyone know if this pattern was originally designed to trim lamb hooves ? Or was it given this name because it is a narrow Sheepsfoot profile ?
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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby Onearmbladejunkie » Thu Jun 27, 2019 3:14 am

Three weeks ago I cantacted all of the Waynorth Dealers with no success. 6/26/2019 I received an email invoice Pay-Pal notice for the "Charlie" Dark Chestnut peach-seed bone Lambs foot knife. I think I save $5 too. I planned not to buy this knife , but it seemed like fate . I changed my mind and I snagged it ! Thank You Jesus !
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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby cudgee » Thu Jun 27, 2019 3:37 am

Onearmbladejunkie wrote:Three weeks ago I cantacted all of the Waynorth Dealers with no success. 6/26/2019 I received an email invoice Pay-Pal notice for the "Charlie" Dark Chestnut peach-seed bone Lambs foot knife. I think I save $5 too. I planned not to buy this knife , but it seemed like fate . I changed my mind and I snagged it ! Thank You Jesus !

Well snagged!!!

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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby m0nk » Fri Jun 28, 2019 1:56 am

Onearmbladejunkie wrote:Three weeks ago I cantacted all of the Waynorth Dealers with no success. 6/26/2019 I received an email invoice Pay-Pal notice for the "Charlie" Dark Chestnut peach-seed bone Lambs foot knife. I think I save $5 too. I planned not to buy this knife , but it seemed like fate . I changed my mind and I snagged it ! Thank You Jesus !


Kenny,

That's an amazing story, it must have been meant to be! From every pic I've seen, the dark chestnut bone came out as advertised on this one. Keep it and use it, or pass it along, either way it's a win-win for you.

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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby FarSide » Mon Jul 01, 2019 5:44 pm

93 CC Lambs foot B.jpg

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Re: Be a lamb, dear...

Postby Duffer » Mon Jul 01, 2019 6:18 pm

That is a dandy FarSide ::tu::
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Postby FarSide » Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:28 pm

Duffer wrote:That is a dandy FarSide ::tu::

Thank you Sir


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