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The world of knives lost a class act when knifemaker Stephen John “Steve” Fecas passed away Feb. 1. He was 66.
A long-time member of the Knifemakers’ Guild and one of the original members of the South Carolina Association of Knifemakers (SCAK), Steve operated out of Anderson, South Carolina. He sold his first knife in 1977 and started making knives full time in 1980. One of the many disciples of Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall-Of-Fame© member George Herron, Steve made tight, clean folders in the stock-removal style and also designed knives for Benchmade.
A Vietnam War-era veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Steve was easy going and always had a joke or kind word to impart in his deep South Carolinian drawl. He and Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall-Of-Fame© member Frank Centofante were good friends and often were seen hanging out together at knife shows.
HK Product line! What are your thoughts?http://www.benchmade.com/products/product_list.aspx?class=Heckler%2...
I have two GOLD Benchmade left to sell. The 42-101 for $1300 & 1000-101 $900
Out the door includes shipping prefer PAYPAL.
810 Osborne CONTEGO, 710 McHenry & Williams and the 581 Barrage. In that order.
To comment on the previous selections. I find the Adamas un-weildly due to the size & weight. The Emissary would be nice, but the price compared to size and materials used don't equal out for me.
Among the current line: I would offer the 710 McHenry, 581 and 470 Osborne models.
Just my opinion:
The Benchmade Adamas, the 470 Emmisary, the Barrage
I am selling my duplicate Gold Class Benchmades. All NEW and have never left the safe they are in now.
I have a 812-101 $400, 875-101 $525, 890-111 $300, 525-111 $450, 1000-101 $900, 940-121 $325 and a 42-101 $1300.
PLUS SHIPPING UPS only
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Well I have both of the 940-121 & the 530-111. The 530-111 is definitely a dress knife, jeweled thumb and Axis studs. The 940-121 is still going to see some pocket time, just after I change out of the slacks and button down after work.
530-111 Pardue GoldClass - Damasteel Blade and Carbon fiber scales..mmmm a nice Modern dress knife. Would go well with my business attire.
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