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Elk handle hunter

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Got one more.
Blade steel: 01
Blade length: 3 1/2"
OAL: 7 3/4"
Handle: Elk slabs w/ copper liners
Extras: Light etch, edge quenched, triple temper, mosaic pins, lanyard tube.
Sheath: Veg-tan, hand done, cross draw style
Price: SOLD PENDING PAYMENT insured shipping to Cont. USA. PayPal, money order, check
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Thanks for looking,
Rick
 

G L Drew

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I think this is nicest one so far. Very nice!
 

fewpop

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Great looking knife. I really like that crossdraw sheath too.

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It arrived, well packed and on time :)

1. The sheath is nicely done, the color is nicer than the picture, stitching is well done, the "cross draw" will ride out of my wife's way when we hunt. Yep, it's a gift :)

2. The grip is hand-filling with out being bulky or thick, as much cutting force as needed can be controlled.

3. I like the blade shape and the way the edge "follows" a slicing motion.

4. The copper plays well off the elk slabs, I look forward to see how the copper develops a patina.

5. Nice looking grips (again better than in the photo), the light and dark areas are balanced.

Thanks,

Dino in Reno

P.S. Why do people buy "factory made" knives?
 
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Thanks Dino! It was a lot of fun making that one and it's even more fun knowing that someone will be enjoying and using it. Best of luck to you and you wife!
Rick
 
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