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A pair of knives in CPM 154 W/ Stabilized Applewood (Hunter and Field knife)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Fixed Blades' started by Brian77, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. Brian77

    Brian77 KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    781
    Nov 27, 2014
    Here is a pair of knives that I recently finished. A Field knife with 4 ½” Blade and a companion Hunter with a 3 ¾” Blade. They can be sold a set or separately.

    If you're looking for something that is very durable at 60Rc with good edge stability, good wear resistance, good corrosion resistance, not too bad to sharpen and an all-around great steel, I believe that this steel meets that.

    These knives are built to be used, and are handmade in our shop. They are hand ground, and they are not perfect. I believe they are knives to be proud of, and will last a lifetime if not abused. If you are not happy, contact me and if not used, I will take it back.

    The wood on the handles is beautiful and is polished to 1500 grit. I can take them to 5000 if requested.

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    BLADE 1 : Field knife (Larger knife on left)
    Steel: CPM 154
    Rc is 60 by Peters Heat Treat
    Overall Length: 9 5/8"
    Cutting Edge Length: 4 ½ "
    Blade total from scales 4 ¾ “

    Blade Width*: 1 ¼ "
    Spine Thickness: .163"
    ¼ Back from the Edge: .060"
    Edge Thickness: .011"
    Finish: 400 grit
    Grind: High saber
    Spine is 90 degrees

    HANDLE:
    Shape: contoured
    Finish: Buffed to 1500 grit
    Material: Stabilized and dyed blue, furniture grade, 80 year old Apple wood from the family orchard.
    Pins: Brass and Stainless Loveless bolts. Stainless Lanyard hole

    Liners: .060 Blue G10 over natural 1/16 Micarta

    SHEATH:
    None

    *Width is measured at the Ricasso

    Price: $ 265.00 Since this is my first sale on Blade Forums, I will open these knives up to offers. If you wish to make an offer on one of these or both, PM me or email. I will consider all offers if they are within reason. Gold members or up get a special discount. And I will pay for shipping.



    First to post "I'll Take It!" gets it! Get me your email and I'll send you a Paypal Invoice. If you have any questions you can email me at: [email protected]

    Other knives by Haw Creek Blades on Etsy. Search for Haw Creek Blades on Etsy. On Instagram @Hawcreekblades


    BLADE 2 : Hunter (smaller knife on right)
    Steel: CPM 154
    Rc is 60 by Peters Heat Treat
    Overall Length: 8 5/8"
    Cutting Edge Length: 3 3/4 "
    Blade total from scales 4 1/8"

    Blade Width*: 1"
    Spine Thickness: .150"
    ¼ Back from the Edge: .054"
    Edge Thickness: .011"
    Finish: 600 grit
    Grind: Flat
    Spine is 90 degrees

    HANDLE:
    Shape: contoured
    Finish: Buffed to 1500 grit
    Material: Stabilized and dyed blue, furniture grade, 80 year old Apple wood from the family orchard.
    Pins: Mosiac Pins. Stainless Lanyard hole

    Liners: .060 Blue G10 over natural 1/8 Micarta

    SHEATH:
    None

    *Width is measured at the Ricasso

    Price: $ 215.00 Since this is my first sale on Blade Forums, I will open these knives up to offers. If you wish to make an offer on one of these or both, PM me or email. I will consider all offers if they are within reason. Gold members or up get a special discount. And I will pay for shipping.


    First to post "I'll Take It!" gets it! Get me your email and I'll send you a Paypal Invoice. If you have any questions you can email me at: [email protected]

    Other knives by Haw Creek Blades on Etsy. Search for Haw Creek Blades on Etsy. On Instagram @Hawcreekblades
     
    Last edited: Jun 17, 2017
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  2. Hard Knocks

    Hard Knocks Gold Member Gold Member

    Oct 1, 2012
    Good looking knives Brian, and in a great all-around steel. I'm glad to see you selling here. Good luck with the sale sir!
     
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  3. Brian77

    Brian77 KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    781
    Nov 27, 2014
    Thank you. Appreciate that.
     

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