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Old 03-06-2011, 04:25 PM
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PC Type French Boucheron Trade Knife

Just finished this one. A historically correct type French scalping knife traded to the NA's and others wanting a cheap and simple knife. 7" blade of 01 tool steel. Correct type oversized grip of Boxwood, with under tang gap filled with cutlers resin mixed with a brick dust filler. No epoxy used. Grip is riveted to the tang with iron pins. Sheath is a center seam up the back. Hope you enjoy a look.

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