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    A couple of knives!

    First one is a Arkansas toothpick I made for a friend as a retirement gift after retiring from the military. He served for 35 years.
    Second one I made for author David Peterson of Durango Colorado, aka "Elkheart".


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    Very nice! Cheers!

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    Yes, very nice! Love the sheath on the first one as well...what's the hooky thing in the middle of the sheath for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strewth View Post
    Yes, very nice! Love the sheath on the first one as well...what's the hooky thing in the middle of the sheath for?
    It's a bear claw.

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    i like the looks of that second one

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    Quote Originally Posted by zulu View Post
    i like the looks of that second one
    Me too! I have 2 of them, one I made for Mr. Peterson, the other was mine. It's my go to knife for hunting.

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    Nice.
    It is a single cylinder, single stroke internal combustion engine with a small diameter disposable free floating piston.

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    They look great. What kind of steel are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    They look great. What kind of steel are you using?
    The toothpick is 01, the other is CPM154.

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