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Home Products Ironwood Hunter

Ironwood Hunter

by Nobregas, Andy

SKU 2528

Date Added 03/21/2006

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $245.00

Overview

1/8 inch spine thickness, 1 inch blade depth. Full tang. Very nice desert ironwood scales. Good grip. Nicely ground. Blade Steel: ATS 34 Satin Finish

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About the Maker

Nobregas, Andy

Began in 1996 after being sidelined from work for 10 months and making a slow pest of myself in Milton Choates knife and tool shop here in Yuma AZ.Made 8 to 10 knives that year for family and friends at work who encouraged my efforts.Attended 1st knife show in 1997, Murphys Gun Show in Yuma. Throughout the next few years, attended with Milton, shows in AZ, CA, and Las Vegas where I meet a cadre of helpful and incredibly talented artisans in steel who had and have continued to have an enormous influence in this pursuit.The interest in making using knives has grown stronger and in 2005 I was given the opportunity to go "full time".Bowies, small fixed blade hunters and gentlemen knives utilizing exotic woods and Mastodon Ivory along with Indian stag are my mainstay.

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