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Old 04-19-2011, 03:54 PM   #1
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Hi guy's didn't do much posting lately,but I am so bussy at work that it's hard to keep up with the rest of my life,LOL
now today I received my P-H Bowie knife made by Randy,could not believe my eyes when I saw the knife ,I attached some pics with one of my Colt's to give you a fair idea of the size of the knife,the grip is just awesome and It almost feels like holding a sword ,just fantastic,I LOVE this knife
Patrick Henry style Bowie knife - Other Weapons
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Patrick Henry style Bowie knife - Other Weapons
Patrick Henry style Bowie knife - Other Weapons



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Old 04-19-2011, 03:57 PM   #2
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WOW! cool


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Very nice knife you have there, is the handle Elk horn?
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thank you sir and yes it is Elk horn
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It's beautiful Reinhard and that Colt isn't too darn bad either. I wish you many, many happy years of cutting and slashing.


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