Short Line Camillus 72

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Short Line Camillus 72

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I bought this knife some time back. It had the awful shrinky-dink handles, and the secondaries were both significantly worn down. I finally got an older 72 with a broken main blade, so I combined the two and added some nice acrylic scales. The camera (or maybe the lighting) didn't capture the depth of the colors in the acrylic.
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beresman wrote: Mon Jun 10, 2024 9:46 pm I.....
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Will do!
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Great job beresman. 👏
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beresman wrote: Mon Jun 10, 2024 9:46 pm I bought this knife some time back. It had the awful shrinky-dink handles, and the secondaries were both significantly worn down. I finally got an older 72 with a broken main blade, so I combined the two and added some nice acrylic scales. The camera (or maybe the lighting) didn't capture the depth of the colors in the acrylic.
Looks great! ::tu:: The Short-Line and the #72 are near and dear to my heart, nice save!!! :D
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