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  1. My knife making journey which I now call a hobby / obsession started off with me wanting to buy a Survival knife. I had always wanted to make a knife like used in the movie The Hunted. The closest knife I could find that was like the knife in the movie was the Tops Tom Brown Tracker, but after looking at the design in closer detail I did not feel comfortable with how close the saw teeth on the spine of the knife ran nearly right up to the tip of the knife by the look of it It seems as though the tip could break off. So I then spotted The Pappa Bear by Scar Blades I really liked the look of
  2. Blade Steel Japanese special clad stainless steel vg-10; - Heat Treatment Technique Vacuum hot treatment, low temperature tempering of 72 hours; - Construction Overall Length :246mm Blade Length :125mm Handle length:121mm Blade width :32mm Blade thickness: 4.5mm Hardness :59.5-60.5HRC Handle material:Relief of Ebony Scabbard:lether scabbard Blade steel: Japanese special clad stainless steel vg-10 Package:Cloth cutter bag - Blade Steel Crucible stainless damascus steel - Heat Treatment Technique Vacuum hot treatment, low temperature tempering of 72 hours; Con
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