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I recently completed this rehandle project for a client.  A Buck 547 skinner, the client is a huge fan of sambar stag, but it is getting hard to find stag the size of which we needed for this project.  I should also add that he likes for his knives to be stag from end to end...so I had to hide all of the hardware with exception of the actual handle fasteners.  I reached out to a vendor in upstate New York and was able to get ahold of a nice piece of Elk beam.  Here's a picture of the Elk as I received it, some pictures of the factory knife and then of the finished project.  

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Wow , that looks awesome.

Super job. 

Thanks JJ....the bad thing about doing stuff like that for other folks is that I don't get to keep em for mysefl.  LOL

J.J. Smith III said:

Wow , that looks awesome.

Super job. 

I just may need to send a few your way to beautify.  🙄

Hmmm, I'll be here.

J.J. Smith III said:

I just may need to send a few your way to beautify.  🙄

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