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Grand Torino

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  1. I have a set of pine cone scales in blue waiting to put on something. Do you have a knife in mind? They look much like these...keep in mind every set is unique when dealing with natural materials.
  2. 11 1/2" OAL beauty with a false edge and hollow grind. The blade is right at 6" long. it has over 500 layers to achieve it's look. It's about 3/16" thick at the spine. It has ebony, faux ivory handle with purple heart insert, black and grey G10 accents with black liners. Mosaic pins and brass lanyard tube. Comes with sheath shown...$160 shipped.
  3. Sorry but this was sold from the get go. There was no option of showing it to anyone for sale as it was taken.
  4. 11 1/2" OAL beauty with a false edge and hollow grind. The blade is right at 6" long. it has over 500 layers to achieve it's look. It's about 3/16" thick at the spine. The handles are new product from Voodoo Resins. They have this unique look with the added aluminum mesh added into the blade. Very cool and different. It has SS pins and lanyard tube and comes with the combo kydex/leather sheath shown.
  5. Got it...I'll get it out this morning and give you the tracking # this afternoon. Thanks so much!
  6. These are the same size/pattern as the sawmill blades but of course made from farrier rasps. I have to charge a bit more for them only because they are a lot more work that normal sawmill blades. They must be annealed before working on as they are so hard and there is sooo much more sanding involved. But fear not...they are not meant to break the bank...instead of $75 these will go for $85 shipped including sheath. 1st Handle is roasted curly maple with Wenge and brass accents with Green G10 liners and mosaic pins and brass lanyard tube. It has thumb jimping on the spine. 2nd Handle from birds eye maple, tru-stone and camelthorn with white G10 liners and mosaic pins and brass lanyard tube. It has thumb jimping on the spine.
  7. Grand Torino

    Anyone

    I have a couple nearly ready. Get your checkbook ready cause the price is excellent and they are real lookers.
  8. I started with red dots (Leupold RMR) in 2012 and I do exactly as you do. My eye sight was going down hill and once I adapted to the RMR I found my on target shooting is very respectable. I constantly hit what I'm aiming at regardless if it's 7 yards of 25 yards. Of course my groups aren't that of a guy like Tony of probably even yours but I'm confident it's darn good enough to protect myself and do a little damage to the bad guy.
  9. I'm glad you like it. I'm making two more with different handle material...one which is already sold.
  10. Welcome to Tennessee and TGO!
  11. It's made from 5/32" thick 1084 carbon steel. I did a hollow grind on this one. OAL is 9 3/4" and a blade length of 4 1/2". It has a black oxide finish to add patina and aid against corrosion. The handles are spalted elm with Padauk and black G10 liners. The pins and lanyard tube are brass. The combo kydex/leather sheath shown comes with it.

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