Knife and hatchet sale

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  1. mmbackpacker

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    Digging through more stuff and in an effort to minimize clutter and simplify my life here are some more (and some re-listed stuff) knives and hatchets for your purchasing pleasure!

    I do my best to be fair and honest in prices of the items, descriptions of the items, and getting them off promptly with tracking and communication. I can't always get to the post office depending on my work schedule fluctuations, but I try to communicate that with you.

    For now, these are only on here, time stamp of the PM takes first dibs.

    All prices are shipped to you.

    Tops Tex Creek XL. Great knife, I have never really used it though. $TRADED
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    ESEE/ Camp Lore RB3. Legend (wait-for-it) dary! Pretty much as new. Could be you last chance to snatch one of these up with the old logo in new condition. $TRADED
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    Grey Wolf Knives Pukko. I had this custom made and just never quite bonded with it. 01 steel if I remember correctly, curly birch with brick red liners and brass Loveless bolts. I do have a sheath for it, serviceable but nothing fancy. $125
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    Enzo Trapper #2, flat grind, D2, thuya burl, small carbon mosaic pins, red liners. This one has a very special stamp on the sheath and the belt loop is secured by a button making it easy to take on and off or put on a pack strap, etc. $SOLD
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    Unmarked tomahawk. Sheath and belt loop made by me. I have literally never used this.
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    Hultafors Jonaker. This is the small 9.5" pack hatchet, I did some carving with it but it really doesn't have a niche for me. $100
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    Ken Onion Worksharp system Works well, I used it for some kitchen knives, it comes with four completely serviceable belts, instruction DVD. $SOLD
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    Petzl TacTikka. Great battery life, three modes and a red filter. $SOLD
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    Bark River Micro Canadian spalted maple, little used, $85
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    Queen Canoe “Workhorse” model. The box does not have specs, but I think the blades are D2. Little stain on the big blade, good condition overall. $40
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    I'll take the izula sheath
     
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    Pm sent re Helle Turmann.
     
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    PM sent per RB3
     
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    Wow. Imagine that, I finally got the pictures to embed! TTT
     
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    I’ll take the Work Sharp and the Petzl.

    I believe that is a Mini Canadian. Great knife, but already have two.

    :edit: Payment sent. Thanks!
     
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    I’ll take the Enzo trapper.
     
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    Good call. Let me verify the size/ model
     
  11. Drew RedBear

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    I'll take the tomahawk

    Sent pm, payment sent as well.
     
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    I will take the Tex Creek XL and the ESEE/ Camp Lore RB3 in trade per our messages

    Thanks
     
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    Is the queen d2?

    Matt
     
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    Anyone thinking of buying from @mmbackpacker I will say you can buy with confidence! We have had multiple transactions in the past and all have been awesome!
     
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    Thanks, I appreciate that Mr. Dane!
     
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    I’ll see if I can find the box tomorrow Matt and let you know.
     
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    Ditto that!
     

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