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Hello fellows and happy Friday!  I’d be more specific about the knife type if I had a clue as to what to call it. Finished it up and added it to my site. Sold on the second day! Nothing feels quite as nice as selling a knife. So 1084, local maple, bronze pins, and veg tanned leather. Thanks for looking and as always, constructive criticism is always appreciated.

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That turned out well.

 

Don't know what to call it either, but it certainly looks good.

 

Congrats on the sale.

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I would call that a trailing point skinner and for those who prefer this type of knife I can understand why it sold so quickly. Personally I have always used a drop point but the trailing point has a real history with a great many knives sold over the years. I have made a few to order so do know that it is a much liked style among some hunting groups.

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That's a really nice blade.  Way back in the day, like the 1800's  Green River Knives used to make a skinner that looked like a cross between your blade and a Nesmuck.

 

Doug

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