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Old 07-07-2004, 08:22 AM
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Very special knife and a very special history

Hello there gentlemen,

Knowing that the guys around here praise the value within the knife I wanted to share a pic of a knife I just got in stock because it has a very nice tale on it. During the last Atlanta Blade Show, Rodrigo Sfreddo, Luciano Dorneles and Ricardo Vilar met some Mastersmiths, made new friends and saw some old ones. They managed to get together and hit some iron at Jerry Fisk's shop after the show and Luciano and Rodrigo showed how they forge their famous integrals. This knife was born in this little demo amongst friends. In this ocasion, Mastersmith Jim Crowell presented Sfreddo with the maple used on the handle, and later on, for reasons of true friendship, it was given me to sell it. Rodrigo decided to name it the Fellowship Hunter, as from all the begging of it's forging to the offering of the knife, it is linked somehow to a sincere felling. And that is what I wanted to share with you, more then just a sight. Thanks for looking and reading.

Specs: 5" 5160 blade, curly maple handle, silver wire inlay, sharkskin inlay leather sheath and great energy all along!

Jeff Velasco

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Old 07-07-2004, 08:32 AM
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That's a beauty for sure. It's always nice to hear the secrets the knife holds. Very nice work on the wire inlay.

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Old 07-07-2004, 09:17 AM
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Old 07-07-2004, 10:45 AM
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Outstanding, all the way around! Plus special because of those involved. Someone's going to have a great knife, I wish it were me!

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