There’s a new PPP (Production Pattern Premiere) on the scene from Great Eastern Cutlery. Check out the new GEC 29 Pattern, the Tidioute Cutlery Stockyard Whittler. There are a few versions available and each one is a good looking knife.
The small-batch Stockyard Whittler is a three-bladed slipjoint with a clip point and coping blade along with an awl. Each is made from 1095 carbon steel with half stops and a mirror finish.
Handle scales options on this Whittler include osage orange wood, burnt Sienna jigged bone, and the unusually awesome grits with butter & molasses acrylic. They’re fitted with brass liners, nickel silver bolsters, and shield.
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- 1095 Carbon Steel, Mirror Finish
- 2.5” Coping Blade
- 2.625” Clip Point Blade
- 2.5” Awl
- Half Stops
- Assorted Handles
- Brass Liners
- Nickel Silvers Bolsters and Shield
- 2.75 oz.
- 3.5” Closed
- Made in the USA
The Tidioute Cutlery Stockyard Whittler has great fit and finish, so jump on these before they’re gone. See more by clicking any link in the article or the button down below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.