Forged fighter knife

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  1. SEMO

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    Good for sticking and skinning.

    Forged from this old piece of farm equipment

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    Hidden snap sheath.

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    Some scalloped micarta (thanks James Gibson for the inspiration), and a persimmon bead.
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  2. Chris Talley

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    Beautiful work as always!
     
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  3. DYSPHORIC JOY

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    Nice work.
     
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    Nice job. Love the source.
     
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  5. SEMO

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    Thanks Chris.

    Appreciate it, Dj.

    Yep, you would! I’m always looking for old harvester S tines. They have gray steel.
    This is from the ‘40’s
     
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    Excellent leather work!!
     
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    Awesome.
     
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