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Drop pt Hunter in 154 and bufflo horn + some neckers

Discussion in 'Knife Maker's Gallery' started by White Feather Blades, Sep 5, 2012.

  1. White Feather Blades

    White Feather Blades KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Jan 9, 2011
    Hello all, Just thought I'd show some recent work.

    The drop point hunter is CPM 154CM stainless steel at 58-60Rc. Full height convex grind. Satin finish. It is about 8 3/4" OAL w/ a 4 1/2" blade w/ a sharpened top edge of 1". It is 1 1/2" tall and 3/16" thick. The handles are buffalo horn with bark on and mosaic and brass pins and tube. Leather lanyard with White tail antler bead dressed up with matching mosaic and brass tube. Kydex sheath.

    The neckers are also CPM 154 at 58-60Rc. Hollow ground. The largest is 6 1/4" OAL with coyote brown g10. Satin finish. Hand machined buffalo horn pins.
    The smallest is 5" OAL with mirror finish, California buckeye burl scales and hand machined buffalo horn pins.
    The skinner looking one is about 5" OAL. Satin finish with HT scale left on the drilled out tang.

    Thanks for looking and have a good one!

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