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gravknife ?

Postby JulesVane » Fri May 11, 2018 2:43 am

Seems we haven't heard Ian's usual, cheerful posts in a few weeks. Hope the UK hasn't been causing him "trouble". He did mention negative changes were coming there. Just wondering if anyone's kept in touch(?).
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Re: gravknife ?

Postby tequiza » Fri May 11, 2018 3:57 am

Seems like his last post was on 4/24/18, haven't heard anything from him since then.
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Re: gravknife ?

Postby gravknife » Sat May 12, 2018 7:35 pm

Chris ,Pete

Still here ...... sorry i have not been around as much but been away with my family to North Wales for 10 days as its been nice weather in the UK
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I try to abstain from phones and comps.when on holiday so havnt been looking in tbh.

I am a little worried about buying knives in this current knife climate and have lost 1 to customs just in the last month .
I will drop in here as usual to see what my lucky American freinds are finding,and drool over them.

Thanks for thinking of me and i hope your both keeping well .

Hope everyone here is keeping well also.

Ian

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Re: gravknife ?

Postby sammy the blade » Sat May 12, 2018 8:35 pm

Glad your on vacation and not having any problems, enjoy the family time.
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Re: gravknife ?

Postby tequiza » Sat May 12, 2018 11:20 pm

Good to hear you're OK Ian and enjoying the time with your family!

10 days of nice weather in the UK, must be some of that global warming.:-)
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Re: gravknife ?

Postby Luke_of_Mass » Sun May 13, 2018 6:35 am

gravknife wrote:I am a little worried about buying knives in this current knife climate and have lost 1 to customs just in the last month .


damn, so sorry to hear this bud, dont worry the knives i've got we discussed aren't going anywhere; are you having problems with standard royal post? or a private courier? From what I understand the Beltrames have pretty good success with Fedex. I realize talking about shipments is frowned upon here, but if there's a specific courier I should know about avoiding, shoot me a PM or something

In anycase glad to hear you're well been pretty spotty weather here in New England

Luke
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