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Thread: BIG Camp Chopper !!!SOLD!!!

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    BIG Camp Chopper !!!SOLD!!!


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    Big ole chopper or camp knife for sale. She is big an nasty with a razor sharp 10 inch cutting edge. Made from Aldo's 1095FG steel with a finger choil for use when slicing bacon for breakfast. Right handed leather pouch style sheath. Here are the specs:

    Steel- 1095FG X .260
    AOL- 17 inches
    Grind- Flat
    Blade- 10 1/2 inches to front of scales with a 10 inch shaving sharp edge
    Finish- Hand sanded to 2000 grit
    Handle- 6 1/2 inches provides plenty of torque for heavy cutting or a precise grip for delicate work
    Scales- Black Canvas Micarta left grippy for a secure grip
    Hardware- Stainless Loveless bolts with a stainless 1/4 inch lanyard tube
    Sheath- RH pouch style made, medium/low carry for ease of removing the knife. Made from 7-8 ounce vegetable tanned leather, triple welted, wet molded, stained, and finished out.
    Asking 400.00 shipped in the USA
    Paypal, USPS M/O, or certified check preferred. Email for other options
    Questions or comments welcomed
    Thanks for looking
    First I'll Take It in the post gets it.
















    Last edited by J. Hoover; 07-31-2012 at 08:18 PM.
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    Joseph Hoover

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    Now THAT'S a knife! Beautiful work!

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    Stunning!

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    Outstanding knife there!!!!

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    Finally a practical choil! If I needed a chopper I would be all over this.

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    Thanks everybody, I appreciate the kind words. THis one needs a hip to ride on and some firewood to chop.
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    Joseph Hoover

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    Chop, chop... I'm not one for choil's but this one fits the bill, very nicely done...!!

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    Now that is a big-ums Joe . Nice
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    I love choils. I love that choil. Well done sir. If i did not just spend my stash, that would be mine. I think that is the perfect outdoor knife. From a man that owns many factory choppers, but no custom choppers.

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    well done!!!

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    Alright, I'm very seriously tempted as I just sold an ESEE Junglas and while I have a great Ozark Bowie(8" blade of .30" CPM4 steel), I'm finding I could really use that extra two inches of chopping length. Just hope my wife doesn't need another new toilet before I can work the finances!!

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    Damn it Joe.....can't resist the temptation.....screw the finances. I'll take it.

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    It's yours Jay thanks, I'll send you a PM to work out the details.

    Thanks for all the comments guys, I appreciate and learn from them.
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    Joseph Hoover

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