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Ka-Bar use to make one and Case still makes there Finn model nice small fixed blades. Probably not a more useful knife around. Your Russell with its new handle fits right in there. Very nice.
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Looks like a good user Clark
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I was once a great engineer. Now I am old, retired, and putter in the shop by making a knife handle...... and handiman to the grandkids.
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picked up a couple of gerbers over the past month or so...



flipper on the jukebox tool a little getting used to and since it sticks up quite a bit it may not be the best choice for some to pocket carry. i carry a knife with khakis every day and it works for me though.

both have budget steel (7Cr17MoV), which keeps the price down and the sheepsfoot blade works for the general cutting i do
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Handyman to the grandkids seems like practical application for an engineer. Also a hat-trick of small fixed blades. Arno Bernard's (from L to R) Porcupine, Squirrel and Fin and Feather. Shown with a not so small Buck 120 for comparison. Not exactly this month but not that old either.
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