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This beautiful knife is hand forged out of L6, but then deeply etched to bring out a damascus-like pattern of alloy banding, truely remarkable! With a nickel-silver and brass stacked guard, and a stabalized Madrone burl handle with mosaic pin, this is really a piece of art. This knife comes complete with a goat-skin lined wet-formed leather sheath that won't scratch the guard and blade (well at least it won't do it as bad or as quickly as an unlined sheath) The asking price for this beauty is $250, and worth every penny! We'll even include shipping to the 48 contiguous United States!
3 3/8 inch blade, 6 3/4 inch overall length. hand forged L6 blade comes complete with curly maple, dyed red was used to make the stunning handle on this pretty little non folding pocket or purse knife, which also has nickel silver bolsters, and mosaic pins. it comes with a black leather sheath, which has a sturdy titanium belt clip on the front. if you would like to see a picture of the sheath, or more pictures of the knife, email us- email@example.com
this knife is hand forged out of L6 steel has a over all length of 10 inches a blade length of 5 inches and comes with a light brown leather sheath the handle is curly maple and the handle has brass and nickle silver gards and spacers this blade is flat ground and the choal is file worked price is SOLD!!!
ok i get a lot of people asking me what is that hook for well its for cleaning out small birds after you shoot them for some off you that answer is enough for the rest off you here is the gritty details you pull the hook out to fully extended and twist it to lock in place you then push it up in to the birds naughty bits and innards then twisting in the same direction you locked it in spin the hook around till you got a lot off the gooey bits in the hook and yank it out now if you have gotten this far in the reading if your a guy your probably holding your naughty bits with a cringe on your face or your you could be a little sick any way your bird would be a few feathers away from being ready to cook any other questions? i can easily describe it like getting on a bicycle with it seat missing but i think you got the point with out me having to get that graphic :-)