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    Very good looking knife, Lisa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerri View Post
    That looks great

    Great looking blade Lisa.

    Kerri I thought of you when I saw this.
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    ^ I thought of Skab haha

    That knife is great. Looks like it walked right out of the history books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxfire View Post
    Great looking blade Lisa.

    Kerri I thought of you when I saw this.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkcreek View Post
    ^ I thought of Skab haha

    That knife is great. Looks like it walked right out of the history books.
    I thought of cutting a nice big streak and drinking a beer, but then I am often thinking of steak and beer.

    That's a cool knife. I've always like how curly maple looks as knife scales.

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    Love the maple's character, and the subtle finger guard. Not a fan of long blades, but that's just me. Great-looking period piece!
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