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"Raptor" reverse side view in CPM154CM powder metal technology high molybdenum stainless steel blade, 304 stainless steel bolsters, Peruvian Lapis Lazuli gemstone handle, hand-carved leather sheath inlaid with Caiman skin
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Trophy Game Set

"Trophy Game Set" obverse side view in D2 extremely high carbon die steel blades, hand-engraved brass bolsters, Tiger Eye Gemstone handles: field dressing, skinning, caping knives
"Trophy" Professional Presentation Grade Game Set
  • Sizes:
    • Field Dressing: Length overall: 8.5" (21.6 cm), Blade Length at edge: 4.5" (11.4 cm), Thickness: .1875" (.48 cm
    • Fleshing/Skinning: Length overall: 7.0" (17.8 cm), Blade Length at edge: 3.5" (8.9 cm), Thickness: .125" (.317 cm)
    • Caping: Length overall: 6.5" (16.5 cm), Blade Length at edge: 2.6" (6.6 cm), Thickness: .125" (.317 cm)
  • Blades: D-2 Extremely High Carbon Stain-Resistant Die Steel, Field Dressing and Fleshing Knives Hardened and Tempered to Rockwell C58, Caper Hardened and Tempered to Rockwell C55, all blades mirror polished
  • Fittings/Bolsters: Brass, hand-engraved
  • Handle: Polished Golden Tiger-eye Quartz Gemstone
  • Case: Imbuya Exotic Hardwood overlaying Red Oak, Deerskin Liner, Brass Fittings
  • Sheaths: Hand-stamped basket weave leather shoulder
  • This has got to be one of the the finest game sets made, for the collector, presentation, or professional use. The blades are ultra-thin, super tough and extremely wear resistant D-2, the highest carbon stain-resistant tool steel made. The Field Dressing knife features an upward trailing point with deep belly, a thick spine, and forward finger groove. The Flesher (Skinner) has a wafer-thin super-sweep "teardrop" shape ideal for skinning without cutting into organs. The Caper is a essentially a hollow-ground scalpel, tempered back to HRC55 for toughness without brittleness. All blades have palm-nestling handles of gorgeous chatoyant tiger-eye quartz, with full, elegant vine filework. The knives rest on a bed of deerskin in a tough antiqued red oak case overlaid with rich, dark Imbuya exotic hardwood with brass fittings. When field carried, the knives also have matching hand-stamped leather sheaths, hand-stitched from thick shoulder, dyed brown, lacquered and sealed. A stunning and unforgettable one-of-a-kind presentation or field piece!

Thanks, P. K.!

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"Trophy Game Set" case view. Case is oiled and waxed Imbuya exotic hardwood over red oak with brass fittings "Trophy Game Set" case view. Note finger cutouts to retrieve knives; case is lined with deerskin "Trophy Game Set" close case dedtail. Red oak is antiqued, durable, and houses knives well  "Trophy Game Set" reverse side view. Trio of knives all have palm handles, nest in the palm comfortably with finger groove control "Trophy Game Set" spine edgwork, filework detail. Open vine filework is long and lean, bolsters and handle scales are dovetailed, tangs are fully tapered "Trophy Game Set" with matching sheaths in basket weave leather shoulder "Trophy Game Set" sheathed view. Sheaths are protective and well made

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