I'll take her.
450.00 plus shipping
154cm spring- D-2 blade stamped on opp side of blade
belt finish on the blade
blade lays center
very good walk and talk
grind and swedge symmetrical
about a 5 on the pull
no gaps around shield
no light between liners
Last edited by rickmenefee; 03-03-2012 at 06:30 PM.
I'll take her.
That's a DANDY! helluva knife Rick. That came
together nicely. Congrats buddy.
Wow, fast ! Great score eb. I have a slightly similar 4 1/8" folder by Rick and it is superb in all regards. I bet you will be thrilled when you open up the package. It's a beauty for sure.
Has that old timey jack look. The kinds our great-great grandfathers carried.
Roland - Your praise of Rick's work is why I gave it a close look.
Thanks for the comments. Heading for a new home up North.
Looks great Rick.
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Great looking knife Rick!
Barehead really works on that pattern, and the long pull and swedge really set it off.
"The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug."
Beautiful knife. Great Ebony.
Nice job Rick!
I happened to get a box of 50 year old ebony. Jet black the best i have ever had. I made a d-2 knife for a guy last week and threw this in so i would not have t0 heat treat for one knife.
50 yr. old ebony ! I haven't seen ebony this black on any other recently made knife, but i do have quite a few vintage USA Jacks (75+ years) with pure black ebony scales.
Makes this knife even more special.
Very Nice Rick.
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That is my kind of knife right there! Very nice.
Nice "throw in".
"There is no further education to be gained by the second kick of a mule".
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Very very nice. Congrats to the new owner and the maker.
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