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    S.potts Bow Hunter 2.0

    I made myself a version of this knife and used it all bow season so far, Any way I like it a lot this version has a few modifications.




    7 3/4" total

    3 1/4" blade from front of bolster

    Green dyed and stabilized giraffe bone handle with stainless satin finish bolster.

    Blade steel is 5/32" stock thickness D2 tool steel.

    sheath is Cape Buffalo

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    That is really cool. I really like that. Those pins are spectacular. I love that sheath, too. I love the wrinkles in it. What is that made of?

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    You have been busy....and another "one of a kind....Beautiful....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    That is really cool. I really like that. Those pins are spectacular. I love that sheath, too. I love the wrinkles in it. What is that made of?
    Cape Buffalo, when I purchased the leather it looked just like that, I just folded it over and stitched it up.
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    this why the cape doesn't have any buffaloes in it in anymore :P

    hahahah anyway... yeah very nice knife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonyraison View Post
    this why the cape doesn't have any buffaloes in it in anymore :P

    hahahah anyway... yeah very nice knife.
    ...And a lot of 3 legged griffiths.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    ...And a lot of 3 legged griffiths.
    Haha haha yeah... Anyway contrary to popular belief we here are not exactly over flowing with wild animals...
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    Well, the four legged kind anyway. The world has plenty of the 2 legged kind.

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