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Terrible picture but this is my latest by Great Eastern Cutlery. I have all but stopped carrying "tactical" type knives and have gone back to traditional knives. Very happy with this one and have been carrying it daily for several months. 

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On 9/17/2017 at 5:07 PM, Sprout said:

Terrible picture but this is my latest by Great Eastern Cutlery. I have all but stopped carrying "tactical" type knives and have gone back to traditional knives. Very happy with this one and have been carrying it daily for several months. 

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Yeah, thanks a lot.

I'll be back in a little bit.  I've got some shopping to do.

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Also, I also purchased a leather pocket sheath for it. I hate scratched bolsters and the sheath protects it while in the pocket. Great Eastern has them for both their smaller and large folders. Not my picture but this what the sheath looks like. 

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My latest: Lionsteel Roundhead with ti bolsters and liners, M390 blade steel and stag.

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For the grown-up version of Whack-a-mole.

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On 8/9/2017 at 2:22 AM, Lone_Wolfe said:

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Either somebody REALLY had something against your Rolex, or we need to have a serious talk about how to properly carry a knife...... :anim_lol:

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On 10/10/2017 at 12:43 PM, Sprout said:

Also, I also purchased a leather pocket sheath for it. I hate scratched bolsters and the sheath protects it while in the pocket. Great Eastern has them for both their smaller and large folders. Not my picture but this what the sheath looks like. 

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I actually made a couple of those for my Case trappers.  They aren't as nicely made as that one (my stitching sucks out loud) but they have a pocket clip so I can carry the knife like a sideclip.

I'll see if I can dig up a picture of one.

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On 9/17/2017 at 6:07 PM, Sprout said:

Terrible picture but this is my latest by Great Eastern Cutlery. I have all but stopped carrying "tactical" type knives and have gone back to traditional knives. Very happy with this one and have been carrying it daily for several months. 

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GEC is producing some fine knives. I've picked up a few and I also found a fondness for traditional slip joint folders.

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On 10/10/2017 at 12:43 PM, Sprout said:

Also, I also purchased a leather pocket sheath for it. I hate scratched bolsters and the sheath protects it while in the pocket. Great Eastern has them for both their smaller and large folders. Not my picture but this what the sheath looks like. 

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Referencing my above post - I made these for my Case Trappers:

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The knives are a Trapper with Red Bone (I think) handles, and one with yellow Delrin (cheap) handles.

Clip on the top one was ordered, the bottom was salvaged from a phone case with some heat shrink over it.  The reversed leather on the top one is to help it stay in place when the knife is pulled out.

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