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Gentlemen, Gypsies, and Outlaws

Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Ernest Emerson, May 5, 2010.

  1. Ernest Emerson

    Ernest Emerson

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    Feb 11, 2009
    Dear Members,

    The lineup for the Emerson Knife Show includes three new notables:

    The Gentleman Jim

    A sleek pocket folder that really has turned out to be quite the gentleman in its full custom version. There are three versions available at this event; Street dress, Evening dress and full formal dress, all look good.

    The Gypsy Jack

    Not everyone is going to like this baby but some are going to absolutely love it. This knife owes its lineage to the folding fighting knives carried for hundreds of years by the feared Gypsy henchmen of the European continent. This is a classic design with an Emerson twist that is bound to catch your eye, and the eye of any bad guy who would try to do you harm. It’s one fierce looking fighter.

    The Road House

    If a chopper could be a knife it would be the Roadhouse. This is a bad to the bone fighter with an outlaws soul and a Rock ‘n’ Roll attitude that cannot be tamed. Pick it up and you can just about smell the Jack Daniels. This knife is destined to be an Emerson classic.


    All three of these knives are really outstanding models whatever your taste and they are the very first custom versions ever built. In fact the Gypsy Jack and the Roadhouse models are the very first of their kind ever, being both prototypes and full custom versions.

    Best Regards,

    Ernest R. Emerson