Is your EDC a GEC?

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby LSS152 » Mon May 21, 2018 8:48 pm

How about a # 43 Frontier bone. This one has some cosmetic issues and was labeled EDC.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby Ivoryman » Tue May 22, 2018 3:50 am

Great bone on that one LSS, looks like Mammoth ivory in a way. Beauty of a knife.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby Ivoryman » Sat May 26, 2018 8:59 pm

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby Ivoryman » Tue Jul 24, 2018 12:47 am

#15 Spear Antique Yellow regularly lately.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby Ivoryman » Thu Aug 02, 2018 8:31 pm

Safe Queen for years until I could bring myself to use it and now I wish I hadn't denied it so long. Great knife that's fun to use and thin in the pocket. Decent to look at.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby FarSide » Thu Aug 02, 2018 10:03 pm

Ivoryman wrote:Safe Queen for years until I could bring myself to use it and now I wish I hadn't denied it so long. Great knife that's fun to use and thin in the pocket. Decent to look at.

Very nice!

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby DM11 » Thu Jan 24, 2019 10:37 pm

Possum Skinner and a Bull Buster.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby doglegg » Fri Jan 25, 2019 12:40 am

Those two look pretty new David, not much pocket time yet. But good choices. ::nod::

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby DM11 » Fri Jan 25, 2019 11:03 am

Yup they are new only been in the pocket a few days.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby DM11 » Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:43 pm

15 & 21 today.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby KnifeSlinger#81 » Wed Feb 20, 2019 3:29 am

These are some of my most carried GEC's since I got them, I think they qualify as an edc even though I don't always carry them. The ebony I bought new, the hemlock bone I bought used for a ridiculously good price and I have another in mint condition so I do not fret to use this one hard. When I say hard I mean I'll do pretty much anything with it that doesn't severely damage the edge or otherwise break the knife. The hemlock is probably my favorite of these two and it has better snap on the secondary blades and looks nicer although ebony is my preferred work knife handle material. Either way I've become very fond of the 66 stockman pattern through use and through the ones I bought for my collection.

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby FarSide » Mon Mar 04, 2019 12:10 am

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby Ivoryman » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:51 am

That's a cool looker Farside, never seen that brand before. Looks different from other Trappers out there and reminds me of ivory.
KSlinger, good looking Hemlock Green bone Stockman. I like those 66s and that has great covers.
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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby m0nk » Mon Mar 04, 2019 12:04 pm

FarSide wrote:D31D8428-A52A-4A17-AF97-AD446C75C335.jpeg


Very nice 48 you've got there! I do love to see a full clip blade. I bet you can hardly feel it in the pocket yet with a highly useful blade size. Isn't Lone Star Knives the one who gets the Battleship SFO knives where they use decking wood or Damascus steel from old WWII ships? From what I've seen, GEC makes them in very limited numbers; very hard to come by. Well done!

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Re: Is your EDC a GEC?

Postby FarSide » Mon Mar 04, 2019 2:29 pm

m0nk wrote:
FarSide wrote:D31D8428-A52A-4A17-AF97-AD446C75C335.jpeg


Very nice 48 you've got there! I do love to see a full clip blade. I bet you can hardly feel it in the pocket yet with a highly useful blade size. Isn't Lone Star Knives the one who gets the Battleship SFO knives where they use decking wood or Damascus steel from old WWII ships? From what I've seen, GEC makes them in very limited numbers; very hard to come by. Well done!

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Ivoryman wrote:That's a cool looker Farside, never seen that brand before. Looks different from other Trappers out there and reminds me of ivory.


Thank you Ivoryman & mOnk. Yes it is a Lone Star SFO . He has made a handful of smooth white bone kmives with the normal wood Battleship knives for the #48 & #56. I think only 16 were made of the 48’s.
It does disappear in the pocket :)


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