Why are there so few wood options for knife handles?
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I love the classic look of wood grain on a knife handle but I never see them on here.
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1Alexdropforged
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Nov 19, 2019
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I recently got a flipper that isn't wood, but it looks like wood and has a wood feel. It is a, "Molletta." I believe this is a collaboration. It's from Lionsteel; States Italy on the blade and "Sleipner," on the blade along with a symbol meaning that ball bearings are included in the opening mechanism. It is really a handsome knife. Despite being a liner lock, it is tremendously strong and beefy in construction. The blade has a wonderful fully belly that makes the knife extremely strong. Has an lanyard hole cleverly extended from the back-spacer which is amazingly beautiful in construction.
Nov 19, 2019
Seatrout
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Nov 16, 2019
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I have a Rosewood Gent on the FedEx Truck headed my way and will post a photo late this coming week. I am quite excited about this knife!
Nov 16, 2019