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A tough, durable skinner with black canvas micarta handles, red G10 liners and mechanical fasteners as well as epoxy holding the handles on.

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A karambit with black oxide finish, black G10 handles and subdued SS pins to keep with the look.

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Another damascus knife featuring custom handles from Voodoo Resins...

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Those are nice, I really like the looks of that skinner! What is the length and blade thickness?  

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3 hours ago, hughd said:

Those are nice, I really like the looks of that skinner! What is the length and blade thickness?  

I'll have to get back to you. I just can't remember for sure on the length, The thickness is 1/8"

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I’m the one who adopted the Karambit. Gotta say, not only is it a sharp, hefty beast, it’s purty too!  Great craftsmanship, as usual. 

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I got the third one. These pictures don’t do your work justice. It’s absolutely beautiful. 

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