Wooden Inlays

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Why not buy a Chris Reeve's inlaid Sebenza?

There is a great looking small CA buckeye burl inlay for sale now in the For Sale Forum.

Small Redwood Burl
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RICK - Left Handers Unite

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Take a look at the new line from William Henry. I do not know what it is called but they do seem to be well made a well priced.
If you want the best though you should still get the Woodie from Chris Reeve.

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Doesn't Gerber have a line of wood inlay knives? Oops, it was Browning I was thinking of. Their featherweight series. www.browning.com Not "semi-custom" but a good knife for the price IMHO.

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The William Henry 'International' and 'Fishtail Oak' series are very nice. They are not actually inlaid though.
 
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