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Old 01-30-2011, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default Selection of Four Custom Handmade Knives by Randy Porter

Randy Porter has been making knives for more than a decade. This selection of four beaufifully finished pieces is a tiny sample of his work. They all come with a seven-day money back guarantee. Buyer pays return shipping. All prices include free shipping in the continental U.S. for Forum members. Supporting members take an additional $5 off the list price. They all feature elk antler handles that have been specially treated, finely sanded, polished and fitted with a fancy wooden end cap. The blades' tangs have been deeply inserted and permanently attached with industrial strength epoxy. Blade descriptions are in the listings below. Contact Randy at rp50817@windstream.net. Feel free to call 402-443-4947 or 402-304-1422. He also will work with you to make a steel or obsidian blade hidden tang knife that meets your specifications.
The Hunter measures 10-inches long over all. It features a 5 1/8-inch blade fabricated from 420c stainless steel with a solid brass guard. It has a cutting edge of 4 1/2 inches and is 1 5/16 inches at its widest point. It is $45.
The Foxtail measures 10 3/8-inches long over all. It features a 5 1/2-inch long blade fabricated from 440c high carbon stainless steel with a mirror finish. The blade is accented by a 1 3/4-inch blood groove slot. A fancy-shaped stainless steel guard separates the handle from the blade which is 1 1/8-inch wide. It is $45.
Porter's Cheyenne bowie measures a whopping 15 1/4-inches long over all. It features a 8 3/8-inch blade fabricated from 440c high carbon stainless steel with a mirror finish - RC 57-58. It has a great stainless steel guard. The blade is 1 1/4-inches wide. It is $70.
The upswept skinner knife measures 10-inches long over all. It features a 5 1/4-inch blade fabricated from 420c stainless steel. The curved solid brass guard accents the blades swooping design. It is $45.
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Old 01-30-2011, 09:36 PM   #2
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man you just can't resist them,I'want to buy a couple of your steel knives,will e-mail you assap
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Thank you for the compliment. Coming from someone who is a great judge of items worth collecting, it mean a lot.
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The Foxtail is gone.
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Absolutely beautiful knives. I will keep these in mind when I get some extra money. Great work!
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I'm never going to have any extra money!!

Until after El Paso!!
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Bumping this for some beautiful knives.
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