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I have a 1 of 2 48 in white snakeskin. Does anyone know of any other patterns that Great Eastern used this acrylic handle on?
I was told it was only used experimentally on a few knives?
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Don't know anything about it Gunman 724 but would sure like to see a picture of it.
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Welcome to AAPK.
I too have not heard of it and would very much like to see a picture. Here's a link to the instructions for posting pictures. It's very simple ---► viewtopic.php?f=98&t=50258
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