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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Eli Chaps, Jun 30, 2019.
Great stag on that one, Will!
Here's another Ohta.
Okapis (Biltong and Baby Sable):
Northfield #43 Oregon Trapper - Orange Camel Bone
Some orange jigged bone on this Case
Osage Orange On She Oak
P is for Peanut
P is for Pattern Production Premier
Great Eastern Cutlery #15 in Old Barn Chestnut
Tidioute #43 Oregon Trapper
F&F #71 Bull Nose in OD Green Linen Micarta
Finnish Puronvarsi blade I handled in briar & brass.
Handle shape was inspired by the rombic blade shape.
Very good skill in working the handles It's somewhat like the Tapio Wirkkala Puukko
P PRADEL France. Yesterday, a very nice packet arrived from @Jolipapa with this horn beauty and a number of other goodies A wonderful knife with great W&T and sharp
Three Good Pals
Piscatorial 'Pick from Providence Cutlery: