Ed Schempp had a good selection of his Spyderco collaborations, NIB, for sale on his table. He wasn't there when I was but his son and I talked. I noticed the large and small Persians for sure. And the price was not unreasonable. Didn't he have a Khukri for you or was he asking a pretty price?spyderwa wrote:There is always one that you miss out on. In this case an inexpensive Khukri. snip
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Go ahead and mark your calendar for Mid-April 2011. It is an annual show by and for enthusiasts. The guy stamping your hand as you enter or watching the back door knows more about cutlery than 99.9% of the population. Really. The weather Sunday was dry and 70 so perfect for motorcycling.DHart wrote:Dang... just missed this by a few days. I would love to have attended... Eugene is just a couple of hours south of me by Harley Davidson.
Does the show happen each April? If so, I'll mark my calendar for next year.
Besides being a gentleman and a scholar you have a good eye 224477. Here is the reverse side of that Timberline SS collab:224477 wrote:Sweet Timberline SS collaboration There is very few echo on those in general. I can see a nice sliding knife on the left, 1st picture, my dad had same I think, made in Russia.
The dagger is a RJ Martin collaboration named the Kumo. The wrap/grip is very secure. I felt like I could keep a good grasp on the knife even if my hand holding it was plunged into a bucket of oil.psychophipps wrote:LOVE that ray skin wrapped dagger! What model is that?!?
Here is a picture of my personal cutter. I call it the Cane Toad. I make several variations of the same knife.oregon wrote:Jose,
Any pics of your cutting competition knife?
Ed Schempp had his on his table and I failed to photograph it for his fans.
I am happy to hear that you enjoyed the show.