PRO TECH USA

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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby 9ball » Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:01 pm

Hello Folks :) ,

I usually stay with the older stuff, but here lately I have been eye-balling USA made autos that have a place for use if needed and some just because they are where I may be at or in that point in time.
Some times there is a place when this may be needed, but not to often.......especially in the Land Of Shooting stuff.
Here is my Pro Tech Godfather in Blue Jazz, made me wanna put on Herbie Hancock's Head Hunter LP just thinking about doing the pitcher :lol:

Have a Good One,
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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby sam eib » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:51 pm

Sweet

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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby TazmanTom18 » Fri Sep 22, 2017 5:59 pm

I can tell you as the "smallest Protech dealer in the U.S." that this is , without a doubt, the best knife company in the world to deal with. Not to mention the quality is second to none for manufactured knives. Had to rant a minute, thx.

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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby americanedgetech » Fri Sep 22, 2017 10:44 pm

I'm liking ProTech myself.
The God Father was shown in Tuxedo.
My next "store" purchase is slated to be the God Son in Tuxedo.

I'm not experienced with their quality but I like the family business model, and they ARE very creative in their designs.

Nice score, and thanks for posting it!
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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby FRJ » Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:02 am

Thanks for posting on here, 9ball, sam eib, Tazman Tom18 and Americanedgetech. ::tu::
I wish I had noticed your responses sooner.
:)
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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby americanedgetech » Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:25 am

Well Mary's bells!
I am VERY happy to know you are a member as well Joe.

Once I was over the 2 dollar knife phase, your GodSon was the first auto I wanted. Not the first I bought however...

I have a few 2-3 hundred dollar autos I hate. Strong word but true. They just do not touch my inner N.Y.C. kid days. The 60's thru 70's were when real tough guys carried knives. (guns were for the REAL tough guys). I grew up on autos. CHEAP autos.
I never knew that people were making NICE knives until a few months ago. See what the 60's, and 70's did to some of us? ::facepalm::

Today I KNOW the God Son was the knife I was supposed to buy. (Girlfriend just saw this... hell is coming~~~~~)

I'm a big fan of giant folders, normal sized flippers, and small autos. Keep a knifes design in it's comfort zone... That's my feeling on that.
The GodFather, and Son are IMHO what a traditional "Italian Switchblade" were always meant to be. Sleek, and elegant! 8)

Soooo On topic! I love your designs from the stock configuration(s) all the way up to your customs. Someone there has "IT" in spades!
Kudos to ProTech!!!!! ::tu::

Glad you posted this thread OP!!!!!!!!!

Ken
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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby FRJ » Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:50 am

americanedgetech wrote: See what the 60's, and 70's did to some of us? ::facepalm::


There was a 60s and a 70s? 8)
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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby americanedgetech » Sat Sep 23, 2017 3:44 am

I don't really know!?! ::paranoid::
I kind of read about that era (i think)

What I do know is The Band ::groove:: (named the band) made a record then. Silly eh? ::nod::
Sorry for sidetracking but this is my wish for all...

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I need a pile side scale. THX!

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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby sam eib » Tue Nov 28, 2017 9:35 pm

I don't have a pro tech but I have a copy made by ganzo and it's really nice so I can imagine the real deal is much better! It's a tr4 copy and as most Ganzo's it's done rather well. If I ever hit some money on the lotto a real tr4 is on top of the list, then the don!

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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby Forensic Jim » Thu Dec 28, 2017 2:58 am

Love those ProTechs!
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So far, so good...So What!!

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Re: PRO TECH USA

Postby FRJ » Thu Dec 28, 2017 3:03 am

Nice one. ::tu:: ::tu::
With revolving accessories.
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