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High end knives

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by garripputo, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. garripputo

    garripputo vancouver, wa Member

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    Selling a few knives to help fund some projects.

    Chris Reeve Large Sebenza: These are some of the best, toughest, oh and not to mention most expensive folders made. This one is a 1996 manufactured knife, which I was told was the first year that he used this steel. This knife is no longer made with this steel and is pretty collectable. It has been used, and shows a little pocket clip wear and some handle wear, but over all is in great shape. It comes with its original box.

    Blade material: BG-42
    Blade length: 3.625"
    Blade thickness: 0.125"
    Overall length: 8.335"
    Handle material: 6A14V Titanium

    $300

    Lone Wolf Harsey Tactical Folder: A very large folder made with some of the best stuff out there. Comes with original factory sheath. Carried it a couple of times, but never sharpened. Pretty much new condition. Small ding on back of blade that was clearly a part of the manufacturing process... factory finish was even bead blasted over it. This was the precursor to the T3... These are rare and no longer made.

    Blade Length: 4.8"
    Length Closed: 5.9"
    Overall Length: 10.75"
    Weight: 8.4 oz
    Blade Material: CPM-S30V High Carbon Stainless Steel
    Handle Material: Titanium liner with black textured nylon scales
    Pocket Clip: Stainless Steel
    Fasteners/Rivets: Stainless Steel
    Sheath: Harsey Sheath System

    $150

    Bob Dozier Buffalo River Hunter: The blade measures 3-3/4" long and 15/16" wide of D-2 tool steel with Bob's personal fantastic edge holding heat-treat (60-61 Rc.), possibly the sharpest and best edge holding knife in the knife world today. Measures 8-3/16" tip to butt and weighs 4.5 oz. with Cocobolo handle. Includes a Kydex sheath of Bob's own design and made in his shop. Knife has never cut a thing, but the brass studs that hold the cocobolo panels in place have discolored slightly. The waiting list for these knives is very long, this is your chance to own one without the wait.

    $225

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