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Old 06-29-2020, 11:58 AM   #1
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Needed for a memorial - Amethyst Ultra II

Just tossing this out.....

We have an individual here in Iowa looking for an Amethyst Ultra II.

My understanding is the Grandfather wants to make some type of memorial for his granddaughter that had recently passed.

I do not believe it would need to be new but in like new condition would suffice.

If someone has interest in parting with one let me know. It would be received by a dealer here.

Thanks for your consideration........
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Sell them yours...problem solved...
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I can't help you either. To my knowledge we don't have any gay, combat trained, dessert chefs in my subdivision.

What's next, a purple Kimber?
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I can't help you either. To my knowledge we don't have any gay, combat trained, dessert chefs in my subdivision.

What's next, a purple Kimber?

SMH!!!
You do know "purple" Kimber's already exist??
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It is the wife's and she says NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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It is the wife's and she says NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

But, but she's not using it, it's unfired.
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But, but she's not using it, it's unfired.
Shes look's at them............At least that what she says.....
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I can't help you either. To my knowledge we don't have any gay, combat trained, dessert chefs in my subdivision.

What's next, a purple Kimber?
Does not sound like a real well rounded subdivision.... I bet you do have them but just don't want to own up to it?
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Your wife is what we collectors call "a hobbyist." And there's nothing wrong with that.

I'll bet I have more than dozen out-of-production automatic knives that are close to ten to fifteen years old. I store them in the 'open position' to keep the spring in good condition. I have never cut a single thing with them.

As a salesman I have to come to the sad conclusion the knives are for sale, not for collection. I take this seriously. For example, one of my sources showcases knives with the same handles. There's a little lever over the pivot and a small gear wheel at the butt of the handle that let's me disassemble folders without tools. In this way I can provide the exact handle as to color, the tint of the blade and the desired pocket clip, if any is wanted.

Right now next to the computer is a razor sharp blade and the ugliest handle you've ever seen. I made this folder for myself out of a blade and handle not wanted by my clients. Sooner or later a rich guy is going to fondle the folder and notice that the edge is polished to a mirror due to "certain products" I purchase for myself.

There's a very serious requirement here. No matter how many times I warn these "experts," most of them just 'thumb the blade' thinking they're immortal. Then I have to find a bandage and thoroughly clean a knife for the next idiot.

Here's my advice. Just order the knife you need or want. The salesman will hand it to you wrapped and boxed. It's not yours until you pay for it. Cut yourself at home...
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Old 06-30-2020, 04:34 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by The Tourist View Post
Your wife is what we collectors call "a hobbyist." And there's nothing wrong with that.

I'll bet I have more than dozen out-of-production automatic knives that are close to ten to fifteen years old. I store them in the 'open position' to keep the spring in good condition. I have never cut a single thing with them.

As a salesman I have to come to the sad conclusion the knives are for sale, not for collection. I take this seriously. For example, one of my sources showcases knives with the same handles. There's a little lever over the pivot and a small gear wheel at the butt of the handle that let's me disassemble folders without tools. In this way I can provide the exact handle as to color, the tint of the blade and the desired pocket clip, if any is wanted.

Right now next to the computer is a razor sharp blade and the ugliest handle you've ever seen. I made this folder for myself out of a blade and handle not wanted by my clients. Sooner or later a rich guy is going to fondle the folder and notice that the edge is polished to a mirror due to "certain products" I purchase for myself.

There's a very serious requirement here. No matter how many times I warn these "experts," most of them just 'thumb the blade' thinking they're immortal. Then I have to find a bandage and thoroughly clean a knife for the next idiot.

Here's my advice. Just order the knife you need or want. The salesman will hand it to you wrapped and boxed. It's not yours until you pay for it. Cut yourself at home...
So for her to be collector she needs to buy more? Those are hers not mine. Also her Smiths, Rugers and Sigs are not listed. It all started with the two tone UCll 9. 2 weeks later she had the catalog and pointed out they made them in colors. She is just waiting for new ones (colored) to come out. if they ever do. Anyway take care and have a great night!!!.....
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