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I decided it would be better here than in the counterfeit section since it is a custom, albeit a really crude one. Someone thought they could get big bucks out of a beat up Boker USA 9215 by crudely carving out a section of the handle to fit an Indian Motorcycles lapel pin. In my opinion, it looks horrible, and they wrecked the knife and pin.
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Well it was an inexpensive knife and the pin is a modern one with little value. 0+0=0
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What a mess! I wonder why they showed it with the Indian pin removed beside the knife? And you are right, crudely done it was!
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