Damascus Hawkbill & Red Jigged Bone

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JTR357

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I just got this one today.I like it a lot...it's 1095 & nickel

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sorry about the lousy pics:eek:

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Thanks,
Maker is unknown.I can't find a sig or a stamp anywhere on it.
It's probably a knock-off.I didn't pay that much for it.
It snaps open & snaps shut good

I think the deep hawkbill will be good for pruning/cutting small branches(under 1") & such.
I sharpened it up real nice.:thumbup:;)
 
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Now thats a stunning knife right there. :thumbup:
The second picture shows the damascus very well - good job.

Peter
 
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The bone and bolster look like a lot of the pocket knives coming out of China lately. I am jealous, that is a nice looking knife. Were there any more where that one came from?

-Mb
 
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Sweet!

Red bone and damascus... how can ya not love it?

That blade shape is great if you ever install much carpeting too(been there, done that)

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The bone and bolster look like a lot of the pocket knives coming out of China lately. I am jealous, that is a nice looking knife. Were there any more where that one came from?

-Mb


Not the exact one,but they had a lot of different ones.I just did a search on "the bay" for damascus.
 
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