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KSCATTRAPR
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Here are a couple I finished this last week on my spring break.

1084 with sheep horn and walnut liners.

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Here is a small skinner, 1084 with old hedge post scales and rose wood liners.

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blackpenny
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Very nice!

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Both nice Caley, but that sheep horn knife really grabs me.
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bjansen
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Nice work trapper. I like that sheep horn!
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DGW
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Nice ones, that hedge one looks like a good beaver skinner .
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Ah, sheep and osage...my favs!
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KSCATTRAPR
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Thanks Guys, appreciate it.
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Nook
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Love the skinner. Kind of a brute de forge nessmuk. Sweet....

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ron w
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Just so practical looking.......beautiful.

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Steve Nuckels
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I like them both! And the choice of materials too!

Steve
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Rick Richard
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Received the Sheep Horn today and it is much much better than the pictures.

Thanks Caley for all the effort in making this knife just as I wanted.

Rick

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KSCATTRAPR
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Thanks Rick, I had fun building it for you.
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Always awesome!

Todd

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BDann
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Looks really nice!
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