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Sold: Ken Erickson 3-1/2 Trapper

Discussion in 'For Sale: Traditionals, Slipjoints, "Old Timey"' started by sextant, Sep 30, 2018.

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  1. sextant

    sextant Gold Member Gold Member

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    Mar 21, 2006
    For sale is one of Ken’s 3 1/2 closed EDC's made up on his straight trapper frame.
    I’m the first owner, bought the knife new from Ken in 2010. I have never used it. Only the bolsters show very faint traces of handling.
    The black paper Micarta scales are nicely rounded assuring pocket friendly carry. The satin finished flat ground re-curve blade is sharp like a scalpel. Very nice walk and talk with about a medium pull. This one can be plucked open.

    3 1/2 closed length
    ATS-34 flat ground ,satin finished blade and spring 3/32 stock, ground nice and thin
    Standard nail pull
    Cut swedges
    410 integral frame and bolsters
    Black paper Micarta scales
    Bright finish on bolsters
    Fully finished inside
    Half stop
    Original pouch

    Price: $old, thank you

    Paypal only and only at verified Paypal address. Shipping and insurance to the US is included. Any other destinations is extra at your choice. The knife is in Germany.

    Please take a close look on the pictures and feel free to ask any questions.
    At the moment I'm not interested in trades.
    Thanks for looking and you can say "I will take it" here, pm or email.

    Regards, Peter

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    Please check my feedback, I have sent a couple of $$-knives to the US already, no problem. Please understand that I cannot assume liability once it leaves Germany and, if there are any, you will have to cover all taxes and dues at customs, too.
     
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  2. maxfazz

    maxfazz Gold Member Gold Member

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    Sep 11, 2010
    Thank you for the smooth transaction Peter.
     
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