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    Non-Folding Bulldog Hunter*SOLD*


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    THIS IS ANOTHER ONE OF MY FIXED BLADE POCKET KNIFE SERIES. I TOOK THIS PATTERN FROM A FOLDER THAT I MAKE(FOLDING HUNTER),VERY SIMMILAR
    TO THE CASE BULLDOG. THE HANDLES ARE MADE ALMOST EXACTLY TO HOW I MAKE MY FOLDER HANDLES,USING 416 STAINLESS LINERS,AND BOLSTERS SPOT WELDED TO THE LINERS.THE HANDLES ARE PINNED AND PEENED TO THE FULL TANG HANDLE. THE BLADE IS HAND RUBBED TO 600 GRIT. FEELS NICE IN HAND JUST LIKE AN OPENED POCKET KNIFE WITHOUT THE RISK OF CLOSING ON YOU....HERE ARE THE SPECS:

    BLADE STEEL-CTS-XHP- (BLADE NOT SHARPENED IN PICTURES)

    HANDLE-ROOTBEER JIGGEDBONE (CATALINA JIGGED PATTERN)

    BOLSTERS-FRONT AND REAR 416 SS

    LINERS-410 SS

    BLADE LENGTH-3 3/4"

    HANDLE-4 1/2"

    OVERALL LENGTH-8 1/4"

    COMES WITH A LEATHER SHEATH(NOT PICTURED)

    *SOLD* PAYPAL,USPS MONEY ORDER,OR CHECK PM FOR PAYPAL INFO
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    Last edited by Eliot; 04-25-2012 at 10:41 PM.

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    What a neat knife. It looks exactly like a folder ! I like it.
    roland

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    Zoweeeee, that is nice!
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    Very Nice Eliot! you nailed the non-folding Folder!
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    Another nice one Eliot. Not alot of money for it either.

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    Thank you for the kind words fellas

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    Eliot, you did a great job on this one.

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    Thats just to neat. EXCELLENT CRAFTSMANSHIP!!!!!
    Dan Graves
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    Eliot, PM sent.
    roland

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    Its yours Roland, and thank you all for the nice comments.

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    Thanks Eliot. I need your PP address now please.
    roland

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    Quote Originally Posted by rprocter View Post
    Thanks Eliot. I need your PP address now please.
    roland
    PP info is efmknives@yahoo.com Thank you Roland

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    What a novel idea! Can't wait to see what other folders-to-fixed you come up with.
    -Corey

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    That's a cool knife! Nice score Roland.
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    This Amazing knife is now with me. I am just too pleased for words. It's a super neat design, it's got a flow of all elements that is just so attractive and it fits and balances in my hand to perfection. The fit and finish is flawless and Eliot really knows how to get a truly superior cutting edge on his knives. It pops hairs the instant the edge touches them.
    What i didn't realize from the pictures is that this is also a really tough knife. The blade and tang are one honkin piece of steel with the blade ground nice and thin but not delicate. With this knife in-hand i feel i could attack anything, even slice my way out of a downed helicopter.
    And to my surprise Eliot makes an equally outstanding sheath: thick leather formed to snap fit this knife perfectly and beautifully dyed and finished as well.
    The pictures do not impart the quality of Eliot's work, so i was really blown away surprised when i opened up the parcel.
    Thank you Eliot. You have instantly become one of my most favorite knifemakers. I could not be more 100% thrilled and happy by any Fixed Blade.
    roland

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