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New Gene Ingram Semi-skinner

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Category: The Roy D. Finn Memorial Knife Forum
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Forum Description: All About Beautiful Hand Made Blades
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Printed Date: June/27/2017 at 19:19


Topic: New Gene Ingram Semi-skinner
Posted By: RifleDude
Subject: New Gene Ingram Semi-skinner
Date Posted: February/05/2017 at 19:05
Just picked up this little beauty made by Gene Ingram that he calls his "GWB." I have no idea what "GWB" stands for, but this knife is impeccably made, as is typical of Gene's work. I would classify it as a small "semi-skinner" blade. Blade length is 2-3/8" and overall length is 6" so it's almost small enough to carry in a front pocket. It features S30V steel, spalted maple scales, mosaic pins, thin black liners, jimping, rawhide leather lanyard with antler fob, and a nicely made thick leather sheath.








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Posted By: jonoMT
Date Posted: February/06/2017 at 00:23
Gorgeous!

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Posted By: Peddler
Date Posted: February/06/2017 at 05:12
Spectacular 💥💥💥

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Posted By: coyote95
Date Posted: February/06/2017 at 06:04
That's fricken gorgeous, Ted ! Can we start calling you the KnifeDude ? lol Smile

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Posted By: Urimaginaryfrnd
Date Posted: March/17/2017 at 15:58
That is a great length to work with. Personally I really like a shorter blade on a hunting knife and any knife under 3 inches is probably legal to carry even in the most restrictive places.  You do have an eye for quality work brother.


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