Thursday, April 26, 2012

6 knives

I had sold out of this style knife a good while back, and decided to do a run of them. These are popular regionally as an every day carry. These are tough little knives, and by hand made standards are reasonably priced.

The steel use in these is 5160. They have a 3" cutting edge, 4" handle, and are 7.5" over all length. 1/8" thick at the spine. I get 100.00$ without a sheath, and 165.00$ with one.

All have micarta handles. Micarta is a generic name for a man made product. Basically, it is some kind of material, (canvas, paper, fabric, etc,) layered with epoxy and pressed together. It is some tough stuff.

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