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Stag Saturday - Let's See Some Traditional Stag!

wouter1967

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Libertykeeper

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I only own one knife with stag (can you imagine that? Most of you can't :) )

I just bought this 3.75" stainless blade Boker Arbolito Hunter and don't have an actual picture yet. I'm very pleased with the sheath (not shown)... It's hearty and the knife stays in place

Made in Argentina

Inexpensive but perfect for me (light use when camping and hiking)

  • 3.75" Blade
  • 4" Handle
  • 7.75" Overall

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wouter1967

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This is the most attractive Sambar Stag I've ever had on a knife.
It is a small but beefy and hefty knife with thick covers off Sambar.
I had a different taste several years ago, so she got sold unfortunately.
I hope my picture reflects some of that beauty. Maker H.D.Deist, Germany.

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Horsewright

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What a gorgeous piece. Am I right in saying that a full-length edge is a bit different from your usual? Was that customer requested or your own decision? I love a good full-length edge.
No, more of an oops. Kept chasing those plunges further and further back trying to get em even.
 
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