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KSCATTRAPR
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Here is one that went to a new home last week after working on it over my Christmas Break. It has an Elk antler handle, 1084 steel, black G-10 liners and stainless guard and end cap.

The blade has a 4" cutting edge and is just a hair over 8" if I remember right.

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bjansen
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Nice job trapper. That is an ideal handle section for that blade.
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TrackerNy
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Great looking EDC, Caley. Nice work.
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Beautiful job!
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KSCATTRAPR
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Thank you guys, I appreciate it!
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ron w
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Really nice.........well done!!

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