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Ochoco Hunter,one of my lastest builds

 

Thought Id share some more knives with you all
This one was made for donation to a shooting range I compete at alot.
Specs are
Forged W2 Blade with satin finish
Stacked nickel silver guard
Spalted maple burl handle

It now lives in the Ochocos of Oregon so hence the name.

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Very nice knife Romey. I love

Very nice knife Romey. I love the name since I live in Oregon. the Ochoco unit is a great unit to hunt. just beautiful over there. You do some of the best work I have ever seen.

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Beautiful craftsmanship. I

Beautiful craftsmanship.

I plan to add a custom knife to my collection in the near future. I pride myself on my hunting tools and a knife like that one would definately qualify.

How much does something like that one cost? Don't worry I know how much custom work can be.

I like the the functional design and beauty of it without being overbearing.

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Thanks guys,

Thats my goal, function and looks and craftsmanship. I wont talk price here but they are affordable by anyone who wants the aformentioned qualities in one package. You can visit my website if anyone likes. www.highcountryknives.com

The fellow who won this perticular knife in the auction looked like had the same look as a lil kid getting thier first bike,it was pretty funny.

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Thanks for the update I'll be

Thanks for the update I'll be checking them out shortly.

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