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Home Products Deer Antler Slipjoint

Deer Antler Slipjoint

by Arnold, Larry (LB)

SKU 17811

Date Added 03/16/2011

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $85.00


This slipjoint features a deer antler handle and brass fittings. Nice snap. Rustic look and feel. Direct from maker. Blade Steel: High Carbon Tool Steel

Product Details

Blade Length 2.75

Overall Length 6.25

Closed Length 3.5

Weight (oz) 1.6

Additional Specs

About the Maker

Arnold, Larry (LB)

Larry Arnold worked as a roofer in Alaska for over twenty years. After retiring in 1995, he moved back to Jacksonville, Florida where he was able to continue his lifelong hobby of making knives. His knives are traditional designs, hand-made and meant to be used.

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