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Repost- St Amour, Nease

Discussion in 'For Sale: Custom Knives (Individual)' started by Rapt_up, Jul 5, 2012.

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  1. Rapt_up

    Rapt_up

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    I take paypal, Prices are shipped in Canada, and ConUS with tracking and insurance. These are very nice knives that just aren't getting any use. They are safe queens, and its time to free up some cash. Open to offers. :)

    St. Amour EDC/skinner with tooled sheath. Nothing wrong with this knife, never carried, never used, as purchased. Polished everywhere, 154CM blade. Any marks are likely lint from wiping down with a cloth.
    Water Buffalo handle, 60-61Rc.
    I should also point out that in the photos what looks like grinds on the blade are reflections and the white marks on the handle are pattern in the horn, not scratches.
    Asking $180

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    William Nease named “Wolf Kozuka” . This is forged from a planer blade and is chisel ground. Really nice proportions. Crazy sharp. Not really anxious to part with this one. Asking $195
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    IMG_0461 by rapt_up, on Flickr The things that look like marks onthe balde are actually reflections of me and a tree outside the window. :)
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