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Below is a selection of "small" knives I'm finishing up. Three of the knives are going to AR members and the knife with the black G10 handle is the knife that was loaned for the New Mexico quail hunt.

From top to bottom are a Small Drop Point Hunter with sheep horn scales, a Caping/Bird and Trout knife (In this case, Caping/Bird and Bass knife) with Desert Ironwood handle, a black G10 handled Caping/Bird and Trout Knife, and lastly another Desert Ironwood handled Caping/Bird and Trout knife that will complete a set of three knives.

Thanks for looking,
Lee
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http://baumgarthandmadeknives.blogspot.com/

 
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Lee, These are almost as pretty as the amber dyed bone B&T that you made for me. May have to try the sheep horn next time.

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Outstanding workmanship...!
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Very impressive! Sheep horn gives the knife a bolder stance...great job!!


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Prices?
 
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As usual, nice work Lee !
Glad you found AR .
 
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Gentlemen,

Thank you for the comments. Our first grandchild (a 4lb girl) arrived on Tuesday, so I've been out of town for a couple of days and wasn't able to respond sooner.

DIs,

The knives pictured are spoken for. If you'd like a similar knife, they start at $229.00.

Lee
 
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Congratulations, Lee! Becoming a Grandfather is a cool thing!
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I ask a knife maker for prices. His answer was if i had to ask i could't afford one. Told him where to put his knives.
 
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Bobg, that was the right thing to do.

Nice work Lee.


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Thank you Mr. Fisk.

Lee
 
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