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Thread: Mammoth Ivory Gent's Folder (sold)

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    Mammoth Ivory Gent's Folder (sold)


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    overall length - 6 7/8"
    blade - 2 15/16" tip to bolsters x 1 1/16" high
    scales - mammoth ivory
    bolsters - Mike Sakmar mokume
    steel - .135 thick Alabama Damascus (contains 52100, 5160, 15n20 and 203e)
    grind - hollow 10" wheel
    liners - .063 titanium anodized and jeweled
    clip - carved & anodized titanium
    thumbstud - hand turned titanium

    I used nylon sheathed ball bearings in the pivot for a fast and smooth operation. Strong detent, strong secure lock up and zero blade play in any direction.

    (sold) shipping and insurance in the US. Paypal, money order and most other forms of payment. Thanks for looking, Alan.













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    That sir is an amazing knife. If the blade were only 0.5" longer...........

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    Wow Alan, what a very fine Folder. Lovely Mammoth and well fitted. Congratulations. You are a rising Star in the knife world.
    roland

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    AND if I had 445.00 more dollars! Outstanding Alan. Someone will be very happy.
    Quote Originally Posted by bugmd View Post
    That sir is an amazing knife. If the blade were only 0.5" longer...........

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    Alan .... I'll take it. Sending PM now.
    Dennis in PA
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    Many thanks to all, this one is sold.

    Alan

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    Nice one Alan! Mokume is always awesome

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    I spoke too soon the other day and I apologize... this is the best of your work!!!

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    Beautiful!

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    Wow, it's a work of art. Beautiful.

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    If I had seen this I would have bought it and I am a Traditional slip joint kind of guy. Really sweet k I've and exactly the right size. Steven

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    Nice work! VERY nice!! You've blended an awesome group of materials into one great looking knife.

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    What a ridiculously beautiful knife...

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    This thing is awesome. However, I think Alan's best work is the knife I received yesterday.

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    Outstanding!!!

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    Sexy!

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    Oh my! Very nice! My compliments!

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    Thanks Alan .....

    This folder is more beautiful in person!

    Dennis in PA
    My Knife Collection (updated 10/7/2014)
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    WTB: Mnandi: in particular: giraffe bone, bloodwood/Damascus

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    Wow, that really is something. Just gorgeous.
    Semper Fi

    -Bill

    Audaces fortuna iuvat

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    This is exactly what I had in mind. In discussing with my wife and our finances, I'm going to hold off on ordering for now, but when I'm ready, I'll know precisely what to order. Thank you for taking the time to discuss this. I will end up with this knife, just not right now.

    Locutus

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Davis Knives View Post
    overall length - 6 7/8"
    blade - 2 15/16" tip to bolsters x 1 1/16" high
    scales - mammoth ivory
    bolsters - Mike Sakmar mokume
    steel - .135 thick Alabama Damascus (contains 52100, 5160, 15n20 and 203e)
    grind - hollow 10" wheel
    liners - .063 titanium anodized and jeweled
    clip - carved & anodized titanium
    thumbstud - hand turned titanium

    I used nylon sheathed ball bearings in the pivot for a fast and smooth operation. Strong detent, strong secure lock up and zero blade play in any direction.

    (sold) shipping and insurance in the US. Paypal, money order and most other forms of payment. Thanks for looking, Alan.














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