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Home Products 2 Blade Medium Saddlehorn Jig Bone Slipjoint

2 Blade Medium Saddlehorn Jig Bone Slipjoint

by Moore, J.B.

SKU 1557

Date Added 02/11/2005

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $295.00


Distinct "snaps" with these blades. Great fit and finish. Stainless Steel "Bomb" shield and pins. Blade Steel: D-2 Satin Finish

Product Details

Closed Length 3.5

Weight (oz) 3.1

Additional Specs

About the Maker

Moore, J.B.

J. B. Moore is a member of the Knife Guild. He began making knives in 1978."The custom knife user and collector continually demands better quality knives for his investment. I strive to meet that demand with each knife I make. An extra effort is made to improve each knife over the last. Having never satisfied myself, I can only hope that my work pleases you, or that I will reach a point sometime in the future when my knives spark your interest.Each knife is made by the stock removal method and constructed entirely by hand. I use the best material available to knifemakers today and guarantee each knife against defects in workmanship."

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