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Pilgrim
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3 inch Green River paring blade. Maple scales, poured pewter bolster and brass pins.

 
Posts: 51 | Location: North Texas | Registered: 26 October 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Congrats on the knife Wink
 
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That's a good looking knife.


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That is a very nice slicer.
Is the blue color a patina that you have put on the blade, or just the way that my computer shows it?

I would be proud to carry it.

LeeRoy


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Booshway
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Good job on the knife it looks good.

BC


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Booshway
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beautiful little pig-sticker there,
prarie dog.


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Good work!


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Pilgrim
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It isn't blue, just the way the light reflected,
 
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Pilgrim
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Good job. BTW- how do you like the Green River blade? I've thought about getting one- it looks like an ideal ripping type blade.
 
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Pilgrim
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I have several Green River blades and i like them fine. Good carbon steel and they sharpen easily.
 
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