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These are made from the same material as the usual sawmill blades I make. They are 1/8" thick and come with the kydex/leather sheath shown. These are 100 bucks shipped.

#1

Nessmuk style knife with a different kind of handle. It's pine cone set in resin making them strong, weatherproof and long lasting. Blade is 5" and OAL is 10". It has brass pins and lanyard tube.

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#2

Hunting knife with Cholla cactus handle....different right? I like it a lot. Blade is 4 3/4" and OAL is 9 1/2". It has brass pins and lanyard tube.

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1 hour ago, hughd said:

Really like that Nessmuk blade shape and both the handles, especially the Cholla cactus. Is it set in resin as well?

The cactus was stabilized for durability and I set it with West Systems epoxy and used black pigment dye mixed in.

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On 5/26/2019 at 6:41 PM, Grand Torino said:

#2 is sold men.

Crap! And it was a #2 again! lol

Really like that cactus handle. Any chance you have more of it? We have a cactus in our living room. That would look great on the table by it.

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2 hours ago, hipower said:

Crap! And it was a #2 again! lol

Really like that cactus handle. Any chance you have more of it? We have a cactus in our living room. That would look great on the table by it.

It's hard to find cholla cactus of any decent size that is stabilized but not set in resin. That's the only set I had like that. There are plenty that are in colored resin such as these and they aren't cheap.

 

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Thanks for the information, but these just wont work. What you had was almost a match for the petrified husk we bought in Sedona...WOW...I just realized this. It's been almost 20 years ago. Went in mid June of 1999. Time sure has gotten by me.

Anyway thanks. I won't show Susan the pics. It would really be sad.

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