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  1. Hi All, Something a little different today. A nice little Wharncliffe Bladed knife. This one is made from 154 CM thickness from the distributer is at .103 to .113 a little thinner now. 154 CM is a HI-Carbon stainless, if stainless is the way you want to go this would be a good choice of steels. Hardened and tempered twice to a solid Rockwell 59. The scales are made from black paper Micarta and 1/8 “ brass pins. The finish is a hand rubbed satin and the blade is hair popping sharp. I mean really sharp. During the final cleanup I took the top of the second knuckle on my ring finger off and did not feel it till I saw the blood. Can anyone out there relate? While I was just using some hand tools no less. Anyway............This would make a nice EDC, Trout and Bird or if my wife gets her way a really nice Paring knife. No sheath with this one but if you must have one ask and we will work something out. Price shipped to the lower 48 is $70.00 Thanks for looking and comments are always welcome. Ken
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