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TrackerNy
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Here's the last of the pine cone I had laying around to use. Both knives have 4 1/2" blades of CPM35VN.

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ron w
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Kind'a neat.......

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Sam McMichael
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This is the second set of pictures of pine cone handles I have seen. I am really fascinated by this. They look great!

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Thanks guys.
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I love them. The first I saw of pine cone handles was a friend of mine made 2 for a man and his son. One was red and the other green. I thought they were fish spines.lol

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They do look like the spine of some dinosaur. I'm making two for a friend now.
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