Pistachio wood hunter (knife pic)

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Ok, ive figured out how to post a photo via photo link, yes it took alot of hard work on my part
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Ive had alot of emails asking what pistachio wood looked like since i put a description on my web site. This will answer better than my muddled use of the English language would allow.

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Great looking knife, Matt. That is beautiful wood. Checked out your website last night, some great new pictures there.
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Thanks Richard, i hope to someday get pics of the different woods i work with. I get alot of questions that only pics can answer correctly.

Matt.

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Can you do one with the red pistachio that will leave a stain on your hands
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Matt, really nice looking knife. I love that wood handle. A few questions: what steel, blade length and stock thickness, OAL. Is it full or stick tang? Inquiring minds want to know
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I went to your site and answered my own questions. The blade is 1095, 4 inches in length. Mortised tang handle. Nickel silver guard, stainless pins. Cost is very reasonable.
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Thanks for sharing Matt
 
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