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first time I tried the blind pin thing. It worked pretty well.

Elk Hunter
1095 tool steel, .163 in thick, full tang, clay quenched
Overall length 8 in.
Blade cutting edge 3 3/4 in.
Elk Antler with red spacers
Hidden pins, 1/2 in copper lanyard tube
Screaming sharp!
With sheath


 

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Very nice knife. Looks to be about 8.5" overall. Should last several lifetimes. What is the price?
 

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It's another beauty Dan. But then I wouldn't expect anything less. :cool:
 

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How do you get an edge on it like that, im using a dremal buy its taking along time. Got any tips for a newb
Sand paper, leather, or a belt sander. He has a video of him sharpening em on his sight
 

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Nice knife Dan. That s some nice antler. I hate working with antler because of the burning hair smell. It is a lot of work
 

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Nice knife Dan. That s some nice antler. I hate working with antler because of the burning hair smell. It is a lot of work
 

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Link sent. And yes antler stinks to high heaven. Cutting it also is a pain. Finding the right piece for the right knife is hard to do.
Well worth the effort aesthetically
 

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Link sent. And yes antler stinks to high heaven. Cutting it also is a pain. Finding the right piece for the right knife is hard to do.
Nice video, while i don't have your conttaption i do have a dremal and i got a sharpening attachment and i can get it to quit folding over
 
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