Spear-Carriers!

Peregrin

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I don't have many spearpoints that come to mind. Here's one I picked up in San Gimignano, Italy.
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akaMatt

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Nice Hampton Will! It took me a while to figure out that spear blades on vintage knives need to be symmetrical. A lot of times the blade side is worn down. Here's an early Winchester with spear blade.
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I love the jigging on that bone! Beautiful!
 

Mike Robuck

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Thanks for the nice comments on the Winchester. I think that is earlier bone jigging that Winchester did, possibly Napanoch.
This Southington spear blade has lost its symmetrical shape at the tip due to wear:
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Hunter Trader Trapper Remington. It was made on a sleeveboard whittler frame.
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The ad from HTT magazine:
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Never look a gift spear in the mouth!

How about a stockman with a spear main? (Thanks, Mike.)
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How about a ring-opener with spear/pen blades? (Thanks, Jack.)
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How about an equal end ebony single-blade? (Thanks, a different Jack.)
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