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Ok, got this from my buddy yesterday, and after tons of searching only thing I came up with was this site

Here are some pics of what I have...anyone else seen one of these, or at least heard of them?

Reference: overall length is 9", blade thickness is just shy of 1/4"

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well im sorry to say, i dont know shit about em. but i will say this, that is a very fine piece.

how is that texture done on the tang? is it milled or inlayed? or it it just the temper? i cant tell from the pics. the wood is fantastic! is it real or plastic? the finish on the blade is also emaculate, is it brand new?


however, pictures can be deceiving. ill probably come to find it was a $14 gas station knife.
 

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LOL no, not a $14 gas station knife :)

The texture on the tang looks milled, I'm hoping to get better pics after work out in daylight. the grips I think are wood, once again, want to see them under real light and no, its not brand new, it has very light sheath wear on the blade. Will also have pics of the other knives I got from him...heart problems suck :( He gave me all of his ammo and reloading equipment also because he isn't going to be able to come home.
 

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the fancy tang is done with a file and filled with some colored epoxy very time consuming and labor intinsive.thats a fine looking knife id buy it for $14 at a gas station. it also has some good looking mosaic pins as well.
 
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