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    Al Mar Gunstock


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    Today, while a buzzard flies in the sky


    I have a vintage folder whit me, the Al Mar Gunstock, late of ’80s







    On the right side of the handle, the bottom of a 30-30 Winchester bullet, used for deer or similar




    The Al mar Gunstock is a thin folder



    The liners


    Making a trigger






    The knife in hand


    Working the back-lock


    The Al Mar Gunstock is an industrial folder, but is similar to a high level custom folder regarding the accuracy of workmanship. A really enjoyable vintage folder



    Ciao, Alfredo

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    Grazi Alfredo!

    A very handsome knife! Thank you for sharing the pictures with us!

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    A hybrid of traditional and modern. I like it.

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    Interesting knife.

    I also like the wood on that rifle....

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    BEautiful pictures wiht a great presentation! Love the vintage AL MARS!

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    Great knife and wow, what a sheath (holster??) I regret that I got into knives after older vintage Al Mars like this went out of production. This is an example of a piece I would pursue based on coolness factor alone.

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    Very cool! I'm a big fan of the older Al Mar knives, they are a nice blend of modern and traditional. I've never seen one like yours, though. Thanks for posting!
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    I love the inlay and a jealous you get to claim that beauty as yours.

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    I had a Falcon at one time, and wish I still had it so I know the quality you speak of, that is one gorgeus Al Mar!

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    Al mars come home sharp. I have never been disappointed with them.

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    ...also, I like that 30-30 shield. My favorite caliber for hunting white-tails.
    formerly known as alex_111
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    Always looking for Italian stilettos. Send me a PM if you've got one that needs a new home!

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    Great looking knife!I relly like the shape of the handle and blade.-Jim

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    That's an interesting blade. Don't see too many folders with a skinner profile like that. Thanks for posting the pics.
    ~ Nate

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