knife review

Les George VECP Knife Review – Collection Selection No.77 [The Knife Junkie]

The Les George VECP was probably my first “grail” knife. The look of it and the acclaim it received when it first hit the scene as among the first Mid-tech knives had me transfixed.

When Pro-tech released their Rockeye automatic, a production version of this design, I snapped it up and placated myself with the thought that I may never have a VECP or Rockeye custom, but I have the design in an excellent production form.

When I saw this come up on BladeForums for a price I could stomach I snatched it up without hesitation. This version (Gen 1 with a Gen 3 clip?) has XHP steel, beautifully coated, and an amazing titanium handle, sporting some of the smoothest washer action out there.

Podcast —
Thursday Night Knives —
Knife Reviews —
Collection Selection —

The Knife Junkie Knives for Sale Webpage —
Amazon –
eBay –
Knives Ship Free –

Website ~
Podcast ~
Subscribe to Podcast ~
Subscribe to Newsletter ~

Instagram ~
Facebook ~
Twitter ~
YouTube ~

Email The Knife Junkie:
Call The Knife Junkie: 724-466-4487

☑ Listen Online:
☑ Apple Podcasts:
☑ Google Podcasts:
☑ Stitcher:
☑ Spotify:
☑ Tunein:
☑ RSS:

DISCLAIMER: This video and description may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, I’ll receive a small commission at NO extra cost to you. You will NOT pay any more. And shopping through my links is a great way to support this channel so I can continue making helpful videos for you and the knife community. Thanks for your support.


6 replies on “Les George VECP Knife Review – Collection Selection No.77 [The Knife Junkie]”

I'm commenting before I am even watching, but my very first thought was"that reminds me of the William Harsey T2" that was a Lone Wolf knife about 10 years ago. Already love the knife just from the thumbnail!

Very nice! The Rockeye is one of my personal favorites. Has such a sleek look. Much better looking up close. Pics do it zero justice 🍻

Congrats! I love my VECP….but are those aftermarket thumb studs? those don't look like the thumb studs Les typically uses on his knives.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.