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Old 06-11-2011, 11:41 PM   #1
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The first two knives pictured have elk antler handles with fancy wooden end caps. One of them has a 5-inch scoop tip skinner blade and the other has a 4-inch upswept skinner blade. The second two knives pictured have handles crafted from Whitetail deer antler sheds. People who hunt on the owner's property had the knives made for him to show their appreciation. One features a 6-inch bowie blade. The other has a "broad-bellied" 5-inch hunter blade. These pictures were taken before the knives were polished and buffed.



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Very, very nice looking knives here.



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nice knives man

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Those aren't the best knives I've ever made. They were custom jobs. The customer provided their own shed antlers for handles and picked out the steel blanks they wanted for blades. They didn't, however, turn out too bad. If you're ever in the market for a custom handmade knife, or know someone who is, please let me know.
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Nice looking blades there Randy. You do some awesome work.

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The second is pretty rad.



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