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Large Stag Bowie

by Hardenbrook, Jim

SKU 775

Date Added 02/25/2004

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $750.00


Knife is in near excellent condition but does have a few scratches on guard, buttcap and barely visible on blade. Blade Steel: 440C Stainless Steel

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About the Maker

Hardenbrook, Jim

Jim Hardenbrook worked as Timberline Custom Knives, a small custom operation run by three knifemakers (Jim Hardenbrook, Bill Sanders and Vaughn Neely) that broke up after Hardenbrook's death in 1983.

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