Mossdancer wrote:Mud. I will see what shorty's I might be willing to part with.
I didn't find this post until shortly before good night. I will look up the info of age as time avails. These are a couple of older Gerbers, A late 50's Hunter and a couple of 40's Joyeuse knives. The Joyeuse was supposedly Gerber's first attempt at a slicer to double as a hunting knife.
Those are some good looking knives. Exactly what I'm looking for.
I have a Joyeuse-10. Surprisingly, the care pamphlet is still there and in very good shape. Nowhere near mint, used to slice bbq, it's a good old knife. I enjoy it.
Your time and consideration is greatly appreciated and I'd like to talk with you more about anything that you would consider parting with.
Thank you sir.