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    Love the logo on the tang.

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    Looks pretty cool Randy.
    Weight in grams?
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    Thanks guys. I like the HHH In the handle as well. Its pretty cool if I do say so myself!

    I will weigh one tomorrow and let ya know how much these are coming in at. I have a postage scale. I think it measures Oz. and Pounds. Not sure if it will work, but I will give it a try!

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    How are you doing that logo in the handle? I don't imagine that you're doing it by hand...

    Water? Laser? Mill? Awesome stuff.

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    Obviously, it's magic. Sheesh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Obviously, it's magic. Sheesh!
    LOL Yep its Magic.













    Combined with a CNC operated water jet machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wenus2 View Post
    Looks pretty cool Randy.
    Weight in grams?
    They weigh in at 1.9 Grams which is 53.86 oz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post
    They weigh in at 1.9 Grams which is 53.86 oz.
    Well Randy, at least we all know you've never bought drugs before. Lol.


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    LOL, Yea I kinda messed that up. It is 1.9 oz. Which google tells me is 53.86 grams. I think ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post
    LOL, Yea I kinda messed that up. It is 1.9 oz. Which google tells me is 53.86 grams. I think ???
    without incriminating myself, ahem, that sounds about right


    beautiful btw. love the homage to the workhorse and the embedded logo. too cool.

    now the history geek in me will come out, but wasn't Robert E Lee's horse named 'Traveler' too? he was a fascinating man and general.

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