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kootenay joe wrote:I am at my 'bush' place with internet speed of slow dial up, every mouse click is a minute or longer wait. I don't stand a chance, not even for the ugliest of the bunch, you know, the one that sells last.
If anyone wants to score a mammoth for me, i'll pay you back more than you spent
Part of the reason these sell out is the rush you get from trying to score in the scramble,and, this encourages people to 'play'. This is separate from wanting or getting the knife. So you play, get the rush and get a knife which is 100% good deal because if you decide you don't like it, you can sell it for more.
I cannot see any downside.
kootenay joe wrote:Mark, thank you. I had thought the picture showed a mammoth but it is giraffe bone. I have 2 giraffes and both are as fine as the best of mammoths. Not all giraffe bone is this good, there is a range, but most are really quite attractive.
If you want to score a giraffe for me that would be great. But you probably want to get one for yourself and buyers are allowed only 1 of each handle type.
I think the saber grind and swage make this a much better looking knife that those with a full flat grind (FFG).
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