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Al Polkowski Knives, Custom Vogel Fighter -RARE-

Discussion in 'For Sale: Custom Knives (Individual)' started by DBZ220, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. DBZ220

    DBZ220

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    Jan 15, 2011
    Here is a real classic piece from Al Polkowski. This model is his "Vogel Fighter" and was the basis for his later Kasper Bulldog and Pug line of tactical knives. This one was made around 1989-1991 if I remember correctly. This piece is near-perfect and has been stored in a display case, never used, carried, etc. It does have a couple marks on one side of the guard, and a small spot on the blade. These marks have been on the knife since the day it was purchased from Al at the New York Custom Knife Show many years ago. The knife also hasn't been in the sheath since that show either. Blade marking is "Al Polkowski Handmade". Top edge is sharpened. Handle is wood. I'm no longer sure of the blade steel, but I believe he was using 440C or ATS-34 back then.
    The sheath is leather, and embossed with "Al Polkowski Custom Knives". Stitching is perfect.
    Here are some pics...Please contact me with any questions. It hurts me to part with this piece as it's the center piece of my Polkowski collection, but we need some extra money for bills in the coming months. Price is $625 delivered and fully insured. Payment by check or Money Order only please. Thanks for looking.

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  2. timsum

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