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A gents knife with walnut, no ricasso

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Hello,

some hunters told me that they don't like a deep choil at the ricasso aera as it tends to hang up.

So here a try to make one without ricasso. Sure, a ricasso will make sharpening easier and looks good..

Here we go...

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82mm blade from 1.3505

soldered guard from copper, spacers from fiber, aluminium, bronze and buffalo

handle 110mm (total) form turkish walnut with london handrubbed gunstock finish.

 

Regards

Nicolas

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Spsurfer That is one elegant knife ....top quality as always .

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Thank you Sirs!!!

The copper is taking VERY FAST a nice, deep red patina :D

Regards

Nicolas

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