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    finished petty

    A finished petty out of O-1
    african blackwood bolster and snakewood handle
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    very nice looking knife

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    sweet. I think I'm beginning to appreciate snakewood scales and handles.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    I really like the look of it, Del. Can we see spine and choil shots? How tall is it at the heel?

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    I'm digging the blade profile. Really nice looking knife, Del!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I really like the look of it, Del. Can we see spine and choil shots? How tall is it at the heel?
    35mm at the heel if I remember correctly, spine and choil shots on the next one, this one was a custom order and it is shipped.
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    Del

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    Great looking work!

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    Here is another one, this time out of AEB-L.
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    Outstanding work! Great lines and handle!

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    Great looking work Del!

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