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Username Post: Ed Fowler Yearling for sale        (Topic#801687)
scotty buck
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08-23-07 02:21.37 - Post#1299254    



This is mint.....Blade is 3 3/4" long and has an '07 date stamp on it. Total length of the knife is 8 1/8". Ed gets over $1,700. for these.

$1,600. shipped......
Scott

The "gunk" on the blade is what Ed uses for shipping.
It's the top knife in the picture.

 


Inkster
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Re: Ed Fowler Yearling for sale
08-23-07 02:42.08 - Post#1299269    


    In response to scotty buck

  • Quote:
The "gunk" on the blade is what Ed uses for shipping.



You would think he would use a box like everyone else

Just kiddin' That is a beautiful knife, Good Luck


 
scotty buck
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Re: Ed Fowler Yearling for sale
08-23-07 03:25.42 - Post#1299291    


    In response to Inkster

Just wanted to add....I'd consider trades for:
A smaller Fowler blade (used is fine)
Dozier regular size folders

Scott
 
AYDN59
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08-23-07 10:19.31 - Post#1299558    


    In response to scotty buck

nice knife.how wide is the blade at the guard Scott?
thanks
Ed
 
monkeyboy
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Re: Ed Fowler Yearling for sale
08-23-07 11:10.45 - Post#1299593    


    In response to scotty buck

i'd love to trade for it. Ed Fowler makes super knives.
i could box up $1,600 worth of production blades for it. ?????
you sure don't see many of these offered after market.
have you used it yet???
thanks,
buzz
the universe in a drop of water


 
scotty buck
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Re: Ed Fowler Yearling for sale
08-23-07 13:24.59 - Post#1299683    


    In response to monkeyboy

monkeyboy, the Fowler is mint/unused. I have a smaller Fowler that I use all the time, or else I wouldn't let this one go.

The width of the blade at the guard, from spine to bottom is 1/4". Here's another picture of the knife in my hand.....Hope this helps. The handle is excellent. Ed, if this is not what you're asking, e-mail me for more pictures and info.
Scott

 
scotty buck
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Re: Ed Fowler Yearling for sale
08-24-07 02:15.24 - Post#1300081    


    In response to scotty buck

One and only price drop....
$1,500.
 
scotty buck
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Re: Ed Fowler Yearling for sale
08-27-07 01:39.50 - Post#1301958    


    In response to scotty buck

Come and get it.....$1,400.
 


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