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Exclusive Winkler Damascus Belt Knife - Tribal Pattern Maple Handle

Exclusive Winkler Damascus Belt Knife - Tribal Pattern Maple Handle
Exclusive Winkler Damascus Belt Knife - Tribal Pattern Maple HandleExclusive Winkler Damascus Belt Knife - Tribal Pattern Maple Handle
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ITEM# WK-BELT-DAM-TRIBAL

$510.00

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The Winkler Knives II Belt Knife with hand forged damascus blade and premium maple handle laser engraved in a tribal pattern offers both amazing looks and rugged reliability. The damascus blade is forged by Brad Vice with a bold pattern that really stands out. One of the advantages of a forged carbon steel damascus blade is its ability to throw a spark if needed for fire starting. The belt knife has a full tapered tang design that provides both strength and balance. File work on the thumb rest of the blade spine looks great and offers added traction.

Maple handle has a tribal pattern that adds class and traction. Lanyard hole in the handle makes adding a lanyard a breeze. Sheath is a brown leather that has a black kydex lining for strength and security. Sheath comes with multiple carry options so this knife can be carried various ways.

BRAND: Winkler Knives II
DESIGNER: Daniel Winkler
BLADE SIZE: 4 1/2"
TOTAL SIZE: 9"
BLADE MATERIAL: Hand Forged Damascus by Brad Vice
HANDLE: Premium Curly Maple - Tribal Pattern
GUARD: Integral
SHEATH: Custom Kydex Lined Leather Sheath
WEIGHT: 7.3 oz.

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5  Winkler knife, Exclusive Winkler Damascus Belt Knife - Tribal Pattern Maple Handle
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Awesome knife. Gift for son-in-law. I'm getting one for myself, these are really well constructed. KnifeArt delivered promptly. Very satisfied.

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