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Up for sale is a small high carbon steel belt knife made by me. Blade is blued, with Aftican blackwood handles and black micarta pins. Wet formed sheath dyed black. 150.00 shipped U.S. Thanks for looking.
 

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Really nice blade, but not sure what it has to do with traditional muzzleloaders.
Not entirely sure how to answer you but ill give it a shot. This is an edged weapon sale area. This is an edged weapon for sale. It may not look 200 years old but its sharp and itll cut. Its high carbon stee that shapens easily and it's also 100% handmade in Florida.
 
Every knife here is a "modern knife" made in the 20th or 21st Century. This is a hand made in the USA fixed blade knife in a pouch style sheath and unless you quibble about counting stitches could very well be a replica of a handmade knife from long ago.

Does it have to an exact replica of something that appears in some book published by God knows who or would you question the authors research as well? Would you drive everyone from this site?
 
I appreciate the support fellas. I dont make elaborate stuff, but I do try and make them practical. Alot of my little blades are one offs from left over pieces of steel from other projects and I refuse to waste steel. Its hard to sell right now with all the socials shadowbanning and censoring all my "scary" knives while at the same time pushing truly horrific things. I enjoy this forum and have gotten some good info and made some good trades. Good group of guys here.
 

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