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?

Post by 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?

Post by MTHall720 » Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:36 pm

Thanks very much. I didn't know that

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

Post by Onearmbladejunkie » Tue Sep 03, 2019 7:37 am

MTHall720 wrote:Thanks very much. I didn't know that
I have bought some wonderful Schatt & Morgan 3 1/2" to 3 3/4" single spear blade knives on Evil bay. Be patient , the perfect knife for you will pop up at a good price. I love the CASEXX Tribal-lock knives. "Zulu spear shaped" When you are old , you are going to wish that you had stocked up on a few of those. I want a GEC single spear blade too. GEC will make more on the future. There are so many great folder knife makers , it is foolish to pay some Evil-bay seller $200+ for a $90 knife . A hand made knife can out do GEC. Get a knife maker to build a saddle-horn spear blade 4" to 4 1/2". That is what I have planned to do. I even bought some master grade KOA fiddleback wood from Hawaii. I have dreamed up a knife that GEC will never think of making. I will have 42 GEC knives soon. I have one arm and I need the best knife for me. "blade addiction" GEC is throwing too many two blade knives down our throats . I need to go custom.

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