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For several years I've gone fishing a couple times a year with my friend Larry. He's never asked for anything in return. He just retired and I thought a knife would make a great gift and a thank you for the great fishing trips. The blade is W-2 and its 4 1/2", sambar stag handle with iron fittings. 9" overall. He also does a fair amount of hunting so I thought this style would work for both.

 

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I never met a friend I didn't like, they are great to have.

I am sure that he will appreciate the knife, it is a beauty. Wade

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Darn!!! I thought I got lucky for a minute. HaHa!

Very nice. He should love it.

Larry Sharp

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That's a dandy knife Ray i'm sure your friend will enjoy it!

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Lookin good, Nice user. I am sure he will be pleased.

Chris

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Is that a slightly raised clip on the spine at the tip? :huh: Always liked that as a nifty touch, but I've never seen you do it that I can remember. Not that that means anything, of course, I'm lucky to remember what I'm wearing without looking down. :lol:

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Is that a slightly raised clip on the spine at the tip? :huh: Always liked that as a nifty touch, but I've never seen you do it that I can remember. Not that that means anything, of course, I'm lucky to remember what I'm wearing without looking down. :lol:

 

Alan, Your way to young to have memory problems. Your right about the blade shape. I had a customer who was wanting this style blade. Its real similar to the Marble's Woodcrafter style blade. I made two blades and let him chose which one he wanted and this was the remainder. Funny after looking at for awhile Nessmuk entered my mind.

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Alan, Your way to young to have memory problems. Your right about the blade shape. I had a customer who was wanting this style blade. Its real similar to the Marble's Woodcrafter style blade. I made two blades and let him chose which one he wanted and this was the remainder. Funny after looking at for awhile Nessmuk entered my mind.

I was about to say it reminds me of a woodcraft.... I've always thought the woodcraft and nessmuk were close kin.

I love it, he's lucky, and you're a nice guy... :)

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It's impressive how simple and beautiful, at the same time, is this knife. We all have a lot to learn from you, Ray.

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