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Last night on KnivesLive SMKW, had a few older and awesome GEC
The little guy is sure getting out and about. Funny, I am watching your pics for the knives and the scenery too
I took Pem out for a little ride round, i took a bunch of pictures but only two are worth showing,serves me right for not taking my crash helmet off.LOL
Day two with my Pemberton, i have paired him up with a #48 Dogleg Trapper so i reckon between the two of them i pretty well have it covered, especially the food prep the little bloke gets stuck in but whith him only having a short ( 2 inch if you count the tang as well ) blade it get a bit messy LOL.
Bob i take your point about GECs stag, but the problem with buying by post is you dont get the chance to hold the knife before you buy and although it is possible to exchange, it could be that you are not happy with the replacement either, but i do like the idea of the guys from GEC following around tiny deer waiting for them to shed their antlers.
Ron that is indeed an 03 out of 35 and i do not foresee anything ousting it from my fob pocket any time soon all i have to do now is locate a nice leather belt sheath to carry the #48 in, i have pocket slip case but belt is more convenient, so i shall be scouring the internet. At present i am watching coverage of the Tour of California not so much for the racing as for the scenery and the wish some of your warm sunshine would come through the screen,we are barely making it into the low 50s here but hey at least the rain is warm-ish...
Actuall, I was surprised how well the Stag Handles worked on these little guys. Sometimes,on a very small knife, the Stag Slabs have very little figure because of their small size. And sometimes,to get some figure, the slabs are left bulky like Bob refers to. But on the Pemberton's I've seen and handled,it was like the Stag Slabs were taken from little tiny deer. They had very nice figure and were well proportioned to the knife,not left all blocky and bulky. This whole run of knives were just right! A Fine job by GEC!
Wow great Bob, I love to see a man [or women] enjoy a knife that much. I think you have choosen a great pattern and a great brand. I know you won't be disapointed. I can't wait for your review, I have popcorn ready...LOL
Real nice knives Bob. Great picture too.
My my! Would you look at that fancy ringed n' dimpled bolster! And then those long pulls on not just the Master but the Pen blade as well! And, is that an 03 I spy on that gussied-up bolster?
That Pemberton pup sure sports a proud profile! I hope it serves you well for many years to come, my dear friend!
Hey Michelle you will have to chew real slow, LOL i only got the little bloke today and all it has done so far is open a couple of envelopes, cut up some cardboard and a bit of food prep, so far so good....
let hear your experience story... I'll bring my popcorn.......eating it ::::chewing:::::
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