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3" blade of 416 over 1095, titanium bolsters, liners and clip. Scales are actually very old Elk, I don't remember when I acquired them, sometime in the early 90's if I had to guess.
Thanks for taking a look.

 

 

 

Peter

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Sexy I like it , and that Blade is sick .

 

Sam

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That's awesome!!! Great shape and great materials!!!

 

Kip

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Nice work, first thought was solid. Just has that look of a little heft in the hand and solid feel.

This one is a thick chick compared to my usual fare, request was for a HD knife like something an outfitter might have hangin in his pocket, so this is my version of a HD pocket knife. Thanks,

 

Peter

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How did you manage to get that bright line between the layers, it looks like cracked ice!?

 

 

I beleive its alloy banding formed during the weld, but that's just my .02 worth. Maybe someone with some tech knowledge will chime in here.

 

Peter

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Stunning piece of craftsmanship there man! Nice work on the steel and aluminum.

 

The bolsters are titanium, sanded to 800 then buffed which gives the orange peel affect. thanks,

 

 

 

Peter

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