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All come with combo leather/kydex sheath shown, thumb jimping on spine and are $75 shipped.

1. SOLD!!!  Padauk handles with cocobolo and G10 accents and liners. Brass pins and lanyard tube.

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2. Yellowheart handles, Tru Stone, and G10 accents and liners. SS pins and lanyard tube.

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3. Gabon ebony and faux ivory handles with Padauk and G10 accents with SS pins.

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4. SOLD!!!  Bubinga handles with Tru Stone and G10 accents and liners. SS pins and lanyard tube.

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5. Sold!!  Cocobolo handles with Tru Stone and G10 accents and liners. SS pins and lanyard tube.

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Thanks for lookin'. 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, dralarms said:

oh yes. Got mine and it’s very nice. Can’t wait to see my sons face. 

I got this one for a potential Xmas gift to daughters' BF, but now I'm having second thoughts about it, as it sure fits the hand so well.  Maybe he'll give me a reason not to be in the giving mood between now and 12/25.  LOL

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Just now, jpx2rk said:

I got this one for a potential Xmas gift to daughters' BF, but now I'm having second thoughts about it, as it sure fits the hand so well.  Maybe he'll give me a reason not to be in the giving mood between now and 12/25.  LOL

Or you could buy another one.....just sayin'. :whistle:

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