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I wanted a new fixed blade and figured it would be easy now that tourist season (and the traffic) is mostly over.
I knew what I wanted and had another stop to make so I didn't spend much time walking the floors but that could be a dangerous place for the bank accounts! Yeah, there's quite a bit of junk but also some really nice stuff. Stopped at one case that had a pocket folder (grandpa style, not tacticool) with a 3-3.5 inch blade for almost $3,000 and a fixed blade with a giraffe bone handle that was around $2,300.
I got my ESEE 6 (and also an ESEE 4, ugh) and moved on to Bass Pro.
|so sexy it hurts|
I like SMKW, and go there a couple times a year as it's a manageable distance from where I live plus we're in the area for my daughter's travel volleyball over the winter/spring months.
That said their prices in store suck.
If you prod them they will honor their online prices.
"You have the right not to be killed..."
The Clash, "Know Your Rights"
Sounds like a fun place to visit. I would appreciate a nice cutlery shop to actually try things in my hand. How do you like the ESEE 4?
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I visited that shop years ago. It was like a kid in a candy store with a wallet full of money.
Niech Zyje P-220
Yeah, but for me it was probably 30 years. We used to go to the Acorn shop in Gatlinburg, too. But thats now gone, I hear. They used to even stock Randall's. All leather washer models, but still it was rare to find a shop with things in stock and priced at list! No wait even. My wife and I haven't been there in a long time. I hear my favorite motel, Riverhouse motor lodge, burned in the big fire. Now I don't even have a place to stay!
Unhappy ammo seeker
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