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    Recurved fighter.


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    Steel: D2, forged. Blade has a 400 grit hand rubbed finish.

    Hardness: RC 59-60

    Blade length: 8"

    Total length: 13.5"

    Blade thickness: 1/4"

    Handle material: natural canvas micarta.

    Spacers are stainless and brown micarta. Pin is stainless, and the thong hole tube is carbon fiber. Guard is 416 stainless, also forged.

    Price: $500 + $15 shipping

    I can take paypal, check, or MO. Please send correspondence and paypal to 2000pjp at gmail dot com

    Sheath isn't made yet, so you can choose between black and brown, tooled or untooled, lefty or righty.









    Thanks for looking!
    The bitterness of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price has gone.

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    I take it the top is sharpened as well???
    Chris

    Willoughby...Next stop, Willoughby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by on_the_edge View Post
    I take it the top is sharpened as well???
    Hey Chris,
    Nope, it's not. Thanks for asking!
    The bitterness of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price has gone.

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    Pure "Phillip Patton". Very very Nice.

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    Now that is Nice! Good design and very nice and crisp grind lines. Tough grind too.

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    Beautiful knife...gorgeous blade profile and grind!!
    Robert
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    Mr. Patton that is pure awesome super knife made with your mastery of blade, awesome!

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    stunning!!!!!

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    Class to the utmost. Nicest piece I've seen of your knives.
    Buy quality.......you'll only cry once !

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    Phillip,

    Wow! That thing is awesome! So elegant but so mean at the same time.

    Well done sir,

    Chris

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    Mr. Patton,

    Great looking fighter ! Theres one you did july
    That really caught my eye ! So much so I put
    It on my want list ! Keep up the great work

    Frank

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    Beautiful Phillip , outstanding . Your grinding ability blows me away .
    Jack ONeill
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    Thanks, fellas! Really though, grinding one of these isn't hard, if you have the right platens. It's keeping the grind lines sharp as your hand sanding that's tough.
    The bitterness of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price has gone.

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