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    Default Light Bushcrafter

    Handle..
    Stabilized Exhibition grade Amboyna Burr, 12cm.
    6mm mosiac pins with 6mm lanyard.
    Red Fibre Liners.
    Entire handle has been fileworked.
    Blade is high carbon steel 9cm and 3mm thick.
    RC58/59
    Premium quality leather sheath, firesteel included.
    Price £155.00 insured posted included.




    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SOLD, MANY THANKS AND THANKS FOR LOOKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!



















    Last edited by Driftwoodwalker; 21-09-2009 at 00:49.

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    Stunning, simply stunning.

    I'd have it, but a knife like that deserves to be used, and as I already have a full compliment I shall reluctantly pass sir!

    Simon

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    Stop it now Lance

    I just can't justify knife number eight to swmbo but I REALLY want that.



    Somebody please buy it quickly
    Rich

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    yeah, hurry up before i keep it, lol.
    glad you like it.

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    now that is a smart looking knife
    also known as 'gunbunny'

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    beautiful!
    The silence of nature has many sounds.

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    Quick, she's not looking, I'll take it please Lance

    PM inbound
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    jesus lance that's good!!

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    Sold to Rich.
    Thanks you.

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    Congrats Rich on nabbing such a smashing looking knife!
    Sooooo jealous

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    Didn't think a beauty like that would hang around for long!

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    Ive been shown alot of knives over the years and i have to say that is the nicest one ive seen so far . Beautiful work mate ,If i had the money spare id ask you to make me one! oh well !!!!!!

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    Very nice Lance,in a way i'm glad i was away yesterday because i would of had the knife,but i would of had to use SWMBO 40th birthday present fund and then my life would not be worth living.On the other hand i would have the knife which would of made things a bit easier
    Andrew
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    Cheers Andrew,

    Lnace.

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    Got woken up by mr postie braying on the door at 07:10 this morning, but I didn't mind because he brought me my new knife.

    Looks great Lance and feels so good in the hand.

    Looking forward to giving it some punishment this week.
    Rich

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    Excellent delivery time, got to say well done Royal mail.
    Glas you are happy Rich, enjoy.

    Lance.

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    Great way to start the day!

    Whilst I was taking my time to make a decision on one of Lance's stunningly beautiful knives, someone far more sensible (and faster) than I, bought it!

    I knew then that I simply had to have one, with the wonderful snakes on, and to be honest, seeing the photo's of this knife really was the catalyst to actually act, rather than look.

    Reckon you're going to be very happy with that knife, I'm looking forward to seeing the field photo's.

    All you got do now Rich' is to buy one for your lady!

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    Quote Originally Posted by helixpteron View Post
    Great way to start the day!

    Whilst I was taking my time to make a decision on one of Lance's stunningly beautiful knives, someone far more sensible (and faster) than I, bought it!

    I knew then that I simply had to have one, with the wonderful snakes on, and to be honest, seeing the photo's of this knife really was the catalyst to actually act, rather than look.

    Reckon you're going to be very happy with that knife, I'm looking forward to seeing the field photo's.

    All you got do now Rich' is to buy one for your lady!



    Already done that mate, I got one of Lance's small carvers a while ago and she's taken a shine to it because of the hole in the blade, she says it looks cute

    Rich

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    Wow! That is truly stunning!

    Sadly, I took too long thinking about the light ash (I think) scales on one of Lance's gorgeous 'Snake Bushcraft' knives....... not a mistake I'll be repeating.

    You have great taste in knives, they're a superb duo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shewie View Post


    Already done that mate, I got one of Lance's small carvers a while ago and she's taken a shine to it because of the hole in the blade, she says it looks cute

    Great knife...Lance does make a cracking knife...I love mine...

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