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KSCATTRAPR
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I really like the blade design of the Puma "Hunters Pal" knife so I figured I would make one similar to it, but make the handle more to my liking.

Blade steel is 1084, the handle is elk antler and the guard is scrap steel I had left over. The blade length is 4 1/4" and the knife is 8" overall. I have a couple doe tags left so with any luck, I will be able to put it to use before deer season is over.

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just_a_hunter
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That is a very nicely done knife!

Todd

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"Before you get down on yourself because you don't have the things you want, think of all the things you DON'T want that you don't have."

You'll notice the "luckiest" elk hunters have worn out boots.

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Good solid and simple, I like it a lot!

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ron w
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Very nice......

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Well done Caley!
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elknutz
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Very nice!

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