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    Trapper MJ.'s Avatar
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    a brace of scandi's

    in the fading light a pair of scandi's in 3mm o1 near completion. the scales were supposed to be dark brown canvas micarta... evidently not as can be seen!


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    dark brown canvas micarta or not, they are very very nice.

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    Samuel Hearne
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    Very nice well done.

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    Lovely work. Clean clear lines!!
    I love the simplicity and functional design.
    Your makers mark is a typical reflection of that , simple functional and unique.
    I wish I had more money ...
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    Drool!
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    thank you, iv started moving away from the heavily contoured handles in favor of a simpler design. i find the contoured grip comfortable but these with a generous swell more so for prolonged use in a variety of holds.

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    Superb.


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    Great knives as always Mark.

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    thanks, i finished them a couple days ago



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    They really are beautiful. I do like the clean, unfussy designs.

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