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D-2 blade
antler handle
21 cm 135 gr

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Comment by Jan Carter on July 18, 2015 at 18:27

LOL I looked at the knife for a good five minutes before I saw the background.  Lionsteel is beginning to impress me very much!

Comment by tim payne on July 18, 2015 at 9:59

true beauty kees, awesome stag.  snake shed is sweet background.

Comment by John Bamford on July 17, 2015 at 14:16

I have been doing a little opening and closing practice  ,but only when no one could catch me !!

Comment by Kees ( KC ) Mension on July 17, 2015 at 14:11

thanks john !   well i must say that when its oiled up it is a bit tricky to open but most of the time its already opened in my display anyway  LOL

good to hear that you are used to the studs....  so now you can open and close it all night while watching tv untill you drive your family crazy !

Comment by John Bamford on July 17, 2015 at 9:34

Oh yes I nearly forgot , great picture !!

Comment by John Bamford on July 17, 2015 at 9:32

That's a beauty Kees , look's like a fixed blade at first glance . Must be pinchable to open then with no nail nick.

By the way I have got used to the thumb stud on the Enzo Birk  , it's like you said I prefer them now !

Comment by Kees ( KC ) Mension on July 17, 2015 at 4:44

two weeks ago i took my new lionsteel folder for a few days in the ( very hot )  forest

the big opera comes in two versions..the usa version ( flat design with thumbstud and pocketclip )

and this european version  ("classic") without clip and not even a nail knick ! and with some more more "body"

handmade "max design" in european antler and D-2 steel

special thanks to the snake who shed its skin to complete my picture

flowers in the background are the poisonous foxgloves ( very beautiful ! )

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