Tree Brand Barlow

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Tree Brand Barlow

Postby Old Hunter » Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:58 pm

I saw this knife at a gunshow a couple of years ago and bought it because I like the large Boker Tree Brand emblem on the bolster and I wanted a Barlow knife - only one like this I have seen.

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Deep in the guts of most men is buried the involuntary response to the hunter's horn, a prickle of the nape hairs, an acceleration of the pulse, an atavistic memory of his fathers, who killed first with stone, and then with club...Robert Ruark

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Re: Tree Brand Barlow

Postby TripleF » Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:59 pm

Man, that's a beauty!! ::tu::
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Re: Tree Brand Barlow

Postby rangerbluedog » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:33 pm

Nice one old Hunter ::tu::
That handle material/jigging is called "Grand Canyon Bone".
I have the siblings to that knife in a copperhead and whittler pattern.
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