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SOLD Pending funds. Drop point patch knife with stitch on sheath

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Two Feathers

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Howdy folks:

About 2 years ago I made one of these for a member here. He loved it, since I had the knife laying here, I decided to make another sheath. It's a nice little drop point patch knife with a “Stitch on sheath.” The price is $110.00 + $10.00 s&h, with insurance. USPS has raised their flat rate box prices and insurance again. I only upped my price to partially reflect the increase in shipping and insurance, NOT the knife price and I’m probably still $2.00 under the actual cost? The insurance is where they get you.

If the pictures look somewhat different, I signed the sheath, convex ground and gently “reminded the blade of its age” just prior to snapping the signature/date photo. The sig/date photo is what the knife looks like now.

Its overall length is 6-1/4.” The blade is 3” long and razor sharp. The handle slabs are nicely figured Curly Maple with (3) 1/8” iron pins.

The “stitch on” sheath is made of 5oz. veg. tanned tooling hide. I have a tab at the top and bottom so it can be stitched directly to the shooting bag strap, thereby keeping it handy. I oiled the sheath for a more natural leather look. The sheath has been water molded to the knife for a near perfect fit. The sheath has also been treated with Aussie saddle cream to further enhance its water resistance and add life to it. You could fold the top tab down, stitch it, add a thong for neck carry.

This would be a great addition to any Mountain Man’s attire.

I take PayPal f&f, Postal or Bank MO’s and checks. MO’s will add one week for travel time. Check will add 2 weeks for travel and bank clearance. My bank requires 10 days!

If interested, PM me here. As always thanks for looking.

God bless:

Two Feathers
 

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Howdy folks:

About 2 years ago I made one of these for a member here. He loved it, since I had the knife laying here, I decided to make another sheath. It's a nice little drop point patch knife with a “Stitch on sheath.” The price is $110.00 + $10.00 s&h, with insurance. USPS has raised their flat rate box prices and insurance again. I only upped my price to partially reflect the increase in shipping and insurance, NOT the knife price and I’m probably still $2.00 under the actual cost? The insurance is where they get you.

If the pictures look somewhat different, I signed the sheath, convex ground and gently “reminded the blade of its age” just prior to snapping the signature/date photo. The sig/date photo is what the knife looks like now.

Its overall length is 6-1/4.” The blade is 3” long and razor sharp. The handle slabs are nicely figured Curly Maple with (3) 1/8” iron pins.

The “stitch on” sheath is made of 5oz. veg. tanned tooling hide. I have a tab at the top and bottom so it can be stitched directly to the shooting bag strap, thereby keeping it handy. I oiled the sheath for a more natural leather look. The sheath has been water molded to the knife for a near perfect fit. The sheath has also been treated with Aussie saddle cream to further enhance its water resistance and add life to it. You could fold the top tab down, stitch it, add a thong for neck carry.

This would be a great addition to any Mountain Man’s attire.

I take PayPal f&f, Postal or Bank MO’s and checks. MO’s will add one week for travel time. Check will add 2 weeks for travel and bank clearance. My bank requires 10 days!

If interested, PM me here. As always thanks for looking.

God bless:

Two Feathers
I would like to purchase your knife. Of course, I have lost your address since our last transaction so would need for you to resend it. I can go to town this pm for a postal m o. Thanks Larry (snail mail terminus) take care
 
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