A GEC with a spearpoint blade of 3.7 to 4 inch blade?

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Re: A GEC with a spearpoint blade of 3.7 to 4 inch blade?

Postby Rookie » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:06 pm

MTHall720 wrote:I had no idea that Tuna Valley was made by GEC. Good idea about the lockback being a lighter pull. That had not occurred to me to think of it that way.


The 2009, 2010, and some of the 2012 Tuna Valley knives were made by GEC. From mid-2012 until 2018 they were made at the Queen Factory. There were a few different Tuna Valley brand knives that meet your requirements, but none by GEC. These were Queen made knives, so they were probably also made with a Queen stamp, in which case the cost would be less, but the pattern/blade the same size.

2012 Tuna Valley lockback swingguard with 4 inch blade
2012 Tuna Valley lockback with 4 inch blade
2016 Tuna Valley easyopen teardrop with 3 1/2 inch blade
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Re: A GEC with a spearpoint blade of 3.7 to 4 inch blade?

Postby MTHall720 » Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:36 pm

Thanks very much. I didn't know that


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