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Item Number and Description

Item #3056
Railroad Spike
Hand Made
No Name On Knife

$59.95 

Item #3712
Bowie
Handmade by HR. This knife is over 16 inches w/ stag handle. With sheath weighs 2 1/2 pounds. Carbon blade is just under 1/4 inch thick. Shipping is $10.00

Sale $79.00

Anza

Atkinson

Bagwell, Ontario

Barminski

Barr

Blackstone

Robert Blasingame

Bone

Bearpaw

Beaver

Ben Bischoff- Eunice, LA

Bouse, Dennis

Boye

Ben

Bennet

Berry-Texas

Besic, Leroy

Item #3523
BESIC, Leroy
Hemet, CA., Retired. 8" Bird & Trout w/ Cocobola scales (full tang). Mint w/ heavy duty leather pressure pouch.

$179.00

Bird & Trout

Bittell

Item #3533
Robert Bittel
R.B. from Hays, KS. 8 1/4 inch oal w/ slight drop point. 440C rockwelled to 58. Brass hilt and sub-hilt w/ black linen micarta grip, full tang. Nice wet formed leather pouch stamped by maker. Has not yet been honed.

$145.00 Sale, $129.00

Bone, Ralph

Bowie

Item #3702
Bowie 2
Same specs as Bowie 1 only heavier sheath. Steel pins.

$99.00

Bratt

Item #3645
Bratt
Rio Grande style bowie by Bengt E. Bratt of Sweden. I am told, now deceased. 14 3/4 overall w/ a 10 inch spear point blade. Guard is soldered brass and handle is spalted Maple. Tang is tapered. No sheath. Appears to have been made from a used piece of steel as it contains alot of irregularities. Priced accordingly.

$135.00 no discount.

Brock, Dan

Bubba

Item #3712
Bubba

Custom knife by I don't know who. Custom sheath has stamped Bubbas Blades. ?? This knife is well made and has a 6 inch carbon spring steel blade. The handle is Sambar Stag and has aluminum guard and pommel. The guard has a brass collar and is soldered. The guard is stamped 19.1.1996. Some shop wear but unused

$99.95

Bubba

Pic #2

Buck

Buddy 2 Bears

Campbell

Carr

Certo

Chad

Item #3678
CHAD
Maker from Texas. 8 3/4 overall with 01 tool steel blade at 59 Rockwell & 3/16 thick & satin finish. NS fixtures, warthog spacer and African Blackwood. Slight defect in the ivory shows in pic. Crossdraw (R or L ) leather sheath by maker.

$139.00

Item #3683
CHAD
Similar specs as the above CHAD. This has Curly Redwood grip panels. RC 59. This is 7 7/8 with a 3 1/2 inch blade finished at 150 grit. Ground from 1/4 inch o1 steel. Hairline cracks on side shown but tight.

Sale $99.00

Civil War

Clark

Item #3537
R.W. Clark
Ron Clark, Anaheim, CA. 8 1/2 inch oal upswept skinner w/ satin hand rubbed blade, Figured Maple handle, dovetailed bolster, tapered tang, mosaic pins w, slight palm swell. Burl grips have a couple natural cracks near rear pins. Mint w/ basketweave sheath.

$195

Clontz

Collins

Cottrell

Crain

Crossland

Cowboy

Cruz

Customized Buck

Custom Skinner

Damascus

DeLeon

Detmer, Philip

Dew

DIX

Dickson, J.

DSC

E

Ed Harrison of Texas

Ed Mc

Elrod, Dave

Ensign

Ernie Self

Faust

Fred J. Fortier

F&M

J. Feltz

Finger

Fisher

Item #3710
Clyde Fischer Mesquite
It's a small world after all. 25 years ago, my daughter dated a young man from the neighborhood. His father was from the Victoria area. In the late 60s, this man cut down a Mesquite Tree in order to make a mantel for his fireplace in the home he was building. He took the wood from the tree to a man he knew in Victoria. The man cut this mantel piece and was asked how much he was going to charge. He told him that he didn't want any money, but could he have the left over wood for use in knife handles. We recently re connected with the first person through church and senior activities. Recently he told me that he had a piece of Mesquite that he was going to get rid of. When I asked him about it, he related the above story. That's right, the man from Victoria was Clyde Fischer. You may already have a knife with handles from this tree. I do, I think. This piece is now for sale. I will split the proceeds with the person who gave this to me. It is 53 1/2 X 9 1/2 X 3 inches and weighs around 50 lbs. If you figure app. 7 cubic inches for the average knife handle, that would be about 215 handles less waste should equate to about 100 handles. Or this would make a nice rifle stock, or maybe 2. Signed paperwork will be included. Pick up only in Sugar Land, TX.

$300.00 Inquire

Fisk/Camillus

Fortier

Gaston

G. Herbst

W. Gower

George Herron

Gorden Johnson-Texas

Gille

Greco

Grove, JL

Item #3689
Grove, JL
Maker from Duncansville, PA. 8.5 inch skinner of 154CM w/ steel guard and butt cap. Handle is Elk. Sheath by maker but not stamped. Average workmanship, but blade is a razor.

$139.00

Gustav

GW

Haines

Item #3663
Haines
This is the utility hunter. 5 1/2 inch blade is A2 X RC 58-60. Handle is Bocote w/ micarta pins. Sheath is 7 oz leather by the maker.

$89.00

Hall

Hard Hat

Harper

Hawk, Jack

HC

Hegedus

Helton

Henry, William

Hill

H.F. Rollins

Hudson

Hueske

Iron Mountain

Jackson

Johnson

Item #3550
Gorden Johnson
This is my ALAMO Hunter. Custom made by G. Johnson, Houston, TX. An 8.5 inch slight upswept hunter w/ 440 stainless blade and roll stag grip w/ fingergrooves. Carried by Mr. Lum while making the new Alamo by Disney, starring J. Patrick, D. Quaid, BB Thornton in June 2003. Serial # 36. I will have picture, COA and display case later on.

Not for sale

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