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Model 218 Clip Point Hunter BOD 20211005

$319.95

We selected a beautiful piece of 3/16″ Alabama Damascus and built this handsome clip point hunter, which is decked with a nickel-silver guard along with a Stag (Elk tine) handle inlayed with a 1936 Indian head nickel.

 

Only 1 left in stock

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Description

Overall length: 9.5 “ (24.13 cm)

Blade Length:  4.5 “ (11.43 cm)

Weight:  6.0 oz (170.1 g)

Weight with sheath:  12.1 oz (343.03 g)

Steel:  Alabama Damascus (4 layers 5160, 3 layers 203E, 3 layers 52100, 3 layers 15N20 folded 5 times for 416 layer damascus)

Grind:  Hollow

Tang:  Hidden

Heat treated and quenched in light oil formula 2

Temper:  Single draw temper at 400 F

Handle:  Elk tine with inlayed 1929 Indian head nickel.

Blade Finish:  Etched with Ferric Acid

Furniture:  Nickel Silver, stainless pin

Ferro Rod Material:         Ferrocerium

Ferro Rod Diameter:       5/16”  (.794 cm)

Ferro Rod Length:            4.0 inches (10.16 cm)

Handle:           Hand-selected Stag Antler (Elk tine).  

Ferro Rod Sheath & Frog:  The sheath pin is made from a spent .45 ACP brass casing.  The frog is an open leather pocket that serves as a connecting holder between the belt and the scabbard. 

Sheath & Frog Material:  8 oz. vegetable tanned tooling leather with hand-sown, double-stitched, waxed, 1mm dark brown threading.

Sheath & Frog Color:  Sheath is chocolate brown with chocolate brown burnished ends, dark brown stitching.  The frog is chocolate brown with chocolate brown burnished ends with dark brown colored leather lacing.

Made in the USA


Georgia Residents – Please Note:  Sales tax charged for items shipped to:  GA (7%)

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