SOLD Coffin handle S guard rifleman's knife

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For your consideration, Rifleman's Knife OAL 14 inches, blade 9 1/4 inches 1084 HC steel. Forged iron S guard and iron bolster.. Hard Curly Maple handle. Knife and sheath are tastefully antiqued. Heavy leather hand sewn cross draw sheath with brass stud for sash carry. 300. shipped to you.
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BEAUTIFUL AND QUALITY WORKMANSHIP.
I OWN THE PREVIOUSLY MADE VERSION OF THIS BLADE.
NONE BETTER.
WHEN YOU PUT IT IN YOUR HAND YOU WILL UNDERSTAND.
GREAT JOB-AGAIN-TALLPINE.
HIGHLY ENDORSE THIS MAN'S WORKMANSHIP AND BUSINESS ETHICS.
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For your consideration, Rifleman's Knife OAL 14 inches, blade 9 1/4 inches 1084 HC steel. Forged iron S guard and iron bolster.. Hard Curly Maple handle. Knife and sheath are tastefully antiqued. Heavy leather hand sewn cross draw sheath with brass stud for sash carry. 300. shipped to you.View attachment 80113View attachment 80114View attachment 80115View attachment 80116
Oh my God! Dan you are posting them quicker than I can scrape up the money to buy them,!
 

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Seriously, for future reference, knives of the late 1700's and early (pre Civil War) 1800's that were clearly combat knives, and/or infantry tools? I need them.
 
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