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Thread: 3 3/4" Capped Sheepfoot SOLD

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    3 3/4" Capped Sheepfoot SOLD


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    These would make good cigar cutters or tobacco samplers on a frame other than a congress.

    Specs
    Blade and spring Ats-34, 61-62 Rc on the blade, spring at 48-49, 3/32" stock.
    Blade is flat ground, hand finished, drawn swedges
    Frame 416 ss, liners and bolsters integral, mill relieved.
    Scales my dyed and jigged bone, federal shield is inletted and pinned.
    Back is flush open, half stop, and closed positions.
    Closed length 3 3/4", open length 6 1/2".
    Nail nick cut long pull, the knife plucks easily
    all hardware and pins ss.
    About a 5+ on the pull with good snap.
    Price $425- paypal and priority insured included SOLD
    You can say I'll take it here, pm, or email me.
    Comments welcome and Thanks for the look, Shipped
    in a zipcase.
    Ken.
    Last edited by kc custom; 09-16-2012 at 08:08 AM.

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    That's a nice looking knife! Love a sheepsfoot and your
    bone looks perfect as always.

    Jason

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    Man is that nice

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    Real good looking bone!

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    Fantastic knife!!!!!!!!!!
    I Love Knives

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    That is about as nice as it gets , good job ken.

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    Comes together really nicely, flows nicely. Really nice scales. I like seeing a long pull on a sheepsfoot blade.

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    Good looking knife!

    , Ken.

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    Very nice, love it nice and clean. Great work

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    Wow Ken, this is beautiful.......if only the knifemakers' guild show wasn't in Louisville this weekend!

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    Nice job !!!!

    This one with a Red G10 scale ......hmmmm..........

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    Very nice Ken!

    Jim
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    http://www.irontraditions.com/

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    Hello Ken, I am brand new on here and your beautiful knife has prompted my first post. It looks like it wants to just slip into a (my) pocket and would double as a great 'worry stone' as well! I have sent you an email about it re. shipping to the UK; I would love to buy it.

    Andrew
    Last edited by AndrewE; 09-15-2012 at 05:39 PM.

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    The knife is sold Thanks Andrew.
    Ken.

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    Red G10 and a Maltese cross shield, perfect knife for a firefighter's station pants. Let me know when mine is ready.

    TC

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    Hi Ken, I have tried emailing but have received no response so wonder whether you are not getting them, or if I am having a problem receiving emails at the moment?

    The knife arrived today, it is a thing of beauty and the blade shape is also perfect for 'sheeple friendly' EDC . It is a perfect size and weight, feels wonderful in hand, and I love pinch opening blades rather than nail breakers, although the pull on this one is perfect for me anyway. Honestly I could not be more satisfied with it, the only problem is not being able to get in touch with you via email at the moment as having now seen the quality of your work I would love to discuss another knife at some point.

    Very fast delivery, thank you!

    I should add wonderful f&f and the sharpest blade I have ever received.

    Andrew
    Last edited by AndrewE; 09-21-2012 at 09:58 AM.

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    Am glad you like the knife Andrew, and as far as email everything I try to send keeps
    coming back or not going- don't know whats up with that. That knife left here Mon.
    morning and you got it in southern England yesterday? Yeah thats about as good as
    shipping can get. I'm pretty sure I'm getting the emails you send me
    Ken.

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